The physical process of rendering is conceptually the same as in Magento 1, but it differs from the code and architectural levels. Data meant for output to the browser accumulates in the controller in the internal variable Zend\Stdlib\Message::content, and is displayed by calling Magento\Framework\HTTP\PhpEnvironment::appendBody(). (more…)
Only a lazy person never had a thought of integrating his eCommerce with a pile of contemporary and voguish social networks. Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest (not to mention the ones which are local and less popular around the world) are only the first coming to my mind when thinking on the subject of the article. (more…)
Today we’re going to consider one of the most sought-after questions we’re always asked. Despite prospective website owners have a business they successfully run and know all the gimmicks that need to be implemented, there’s an issue left. Owners appreciate the necessity of upgrading their website to get the business flourishing, but can’t comprehend which elements require alteration. That’s why you’re proposed to consider the web shops that belong to the most popular brands and the key elements upon which the sites are based. Today’s topic for discussion is a menu header and search that are considered to be the essential elements of any sites. (more…)
What are the conventions for variable naming?
When naming classes and methods, it is taken to use the standard called “CamelCase”. According to the standard, each word in the middle of the phrase should begin with a capital letter. Besides, any separator, for example, underscore is not allowed to use. (more…)
It happens that you need to change the position of a module’s block on the frontend, for example, you want to place it higher or lower on the page. So in Prestashop 1.7, it can be done by using a special tool, you can find on “Positions” page. This tool lets you attach a module to one of the various available hooks in the theme, and you don’t need to write any code. (more…)
It’s no secret, that the world of commerce is advancing at a crazy pace. The business of selling has become a real science, why? Because it is no longer about people buying their stuff only in a brick-and-mortar store. The number of sales channels has increased significantly, or I would say enormously. Online stores, social media, brick-and-mortar, you name it, but this is only a small part of the picture. (more…)