Everything listed under: Mont Blanc

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    2016: End of Year Review

    As the end of the year approaches, I wanted to take time to talk about some of my picks — as editor of the site — of the best things that have come out this year. It'll be a mix of content ranging from tutorials, news, videos and documentation. I hope you'll find the list useful in case you've missed anything throughout the year.  Read More

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    TIL Thursday: Migrating from SiteBuilder to SuiteCommerce Advanced

    So we've covered migrating between SCA releases and from pre-Denali to Mont Blanc, so here's the big one. This time around, we're talking about migrating from SiteBuilder to SCA. I talked to Intente, who recently took a NetSuite customer through this journey.  Read More

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    Add Custom Translation Text

    When running a multi-language site, a key component is offering text translations to shoppers who use the different languages. As a platform, NetSuite offers a number of translations built in, but these only cover backend data and labels, and some frontend ones. Thus, if you do custom frontend work you will need to provide your own translations, as well as ensure the code you write is written in such a way to serve translations.  Read More

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    Examining User Demographics and Targeting Users

    Do you want to better understand your customers and see what different groups of people visit your site? With demographics, you can learn things about your customers like age, gender and location, and then use this information to tailor your site to them. Learn about how you can do this with Google Analytics and Bronto.  Read More

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    Extending JavaScript: Add MSRPs to your Products

    Purchasing incentives come in many forms, and the typical ones tend to be things like promotional discount codes, free or discounted shipping, multi-buy discounts. In this article we're going to see how to add retail prices to products, and learn about extending JavaScript along the way.  Read More