Configuration: General

Magento Community Edition (CE) 1.9 and Enterprise Edition (EE) 1.14 Documentation Home
May 13, 2014

Documentation home page for the Magento CE 1.9 and Magento EE 1.14 releases.

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How to Use Indexing Improvements in Magento Enterprise Edition (EE) 1.13 and Later
April 2, 2013

Magento EE 1.13 includes major changes to the way indexing works, eliminating the need for full reindexing in most cases, speeding up the indexing process, and no longer locking the front end while indexing is occurring

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Upgrading to and Verifying Magento Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE), Part 1
April 2, 2013

Upgrade map to EE 1.13 and CE 1.8, how to set up a parallel system, migrate assets to it, set up the MySQL database, and upgrade Magento

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Installing and Verifying Magento Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE)
April 2, 2013

Installing and configuring required software for Magento CE 1.8 and EE 1.13, configuring the MySQL database, and installing Magento

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Magento Community Edition (CE) Release Notes (1.8 and later)
March 20, 2013

Fixes, enhancements, changes, and other information for the Magento CE 1.8.x.x release.

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Magento Enterprise Edition (EE) Release Notes (1.13 and later)
March 14, 2013

Fixes, enhancements, changes, and other information for the Magento EE 1.13.x.x release.

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Magento Community Edition (CE) 1.8 and Enterprise Edition (EE) 1.13 Documentation Home
March 13, 2013

Home page for the Community Edition 1.8 and Enterprise Edition 1.13 documentation. Documentation includes release notes, performance and benchmarking details and results, configuration information, and step-by-step help with tasks to get you running as soon as possible.

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Configuration: General - Content Management
Platform: Magento Go
September 30, 2011

The Content Management tab lets you set how content is handled on the CMS pages of your Magento Go store.

Configuration: General - Design
Platform: Magento Go
September 22, 2011

Use the Design tab to brand your Magento Go store by placing your logo in key places on your store's pages such as headers and footers, in transactional emails, and to control other aspects of page design.

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