Discover how to configure Magento shipping, how to set up free shipping in Magento and how to manage Magento shipment programmatically.
If you think that what the customers value the most in an online store is the multitude of items you offer them, you are right, but not entirely. A wide assortment of products is no use if a customer can not find their way around it. Therefore, it is vital to set up a clear and logical hierarchy and navigation system in your ecommerce at the stage of planning and development.
Taxes are the challenge that no merchant can avoid. Taxes are never fun, and calculating, collecting and paying them requires a great deal of attention, accuracy and knowledge of legislation, and the more countries around the world you work with, the more tangled the matters become.
In this article, I will explore the process of Magento installation. It will cover such preparatory aspects as how to choose a Magento version and where to download it, as well as what hardware and software server requirements should be met in order for Magento to be installed. Moreover, I will go over installation options for Magento. After we look into these matters, I will provide you a step-by-step guide on how to install Magento.
This article describes the directory structure of Magento 2 ecommerce platform. I will address in detail the general directory structure, module catalog structure, theme catalog structure and naming conventions and namespaces, as well as describe how can you identify the files responsible for certain functionality in Magento 2 directory structure.
When an online store is designed, naturally most of the effort is dedicated to homepage and product pages, while such seemingly tiny and inconsiderable element as footer is in most cases neglected and rather poorly, if not entirely overlooked. In reality, footer is a very important element, for it is the final thing your customers see as they scroll down a page, and what comes last, always leaves an impression. Therefore, the footer design must be approached with a proper amount of attention and reasoning.
Knockout.js — is a library that allows you to create dynamic interfaces and use different bindings for DOM elements. It implements the Model-View-ViewModel pattern and is used in Magento 2 dynamic modules such as Checkout, Customer, etc. In this article I will refer to module files that use knockout.js, and also describe how to use the framework to perform various functions in Magento 2.
A configurable product is one of the product types in Magento 2. It consists of a number of simple products, each with a single unique option like color, material, size, and so on, that a customer selects from a drop-down list at the product page. Moreover, each option configuration has its unique stock keeping unit (SKU), which makes such products easily tracked in the inventory.