A comprehensive guide book for Magento 2, teaching you how to get your Magento 2 store up and running, attracting customers and improving your profit.
In this blog, I'd like to share with you the step-by-step procedure of how to install Magento 2 running on Zend Server on Ubuntu. Step 1: Install Zend Server First of all, you can go to the following website to download Zend Server package: http://www.zend.com/en/products/server/downloads The package usually will be save in Downloads Then open [...]
Email is a form of communication between you and your customers. If you want to take the most out of your email, you need to include a logo in the email header. It will help customers to get familiar with your brand and make your email look more professional. Reading an email that has a [...]
Introduction In this second part of the series, I’m going to guide you how to start a debugging session, place a breakpoint and track the debugging progress. But before we begin, make sure that you have installed and set up Xdebug with PhpStorm. If you don't know how to do it, please visit our instructions [...]
Users who search are more likely to purchase than those browsing. As a result, managing your search engine can be crucial for this reason only. Specifically in this tutorial, we will go into details on how to use the Search Terms and Search Synonyms in Magento 2 to improve your store search engine. What are [...]
Widget is a manageable component of Magento 2, which allows users to display data anywhere on their own front-end site. So are you looking for the way how to create a widget in Magento 2? You're welcome! In this blog, I would like to share with you the detailed procedure of adding a custom widget [...]
Debug Magento 2 with Xdebug and PhpStorm Debug Magento 2: Introduction Debugging is critical in the development process of any system. Some developers like to log things out, some like to print it right on the screen, but most prefer run-time debugging. Predictably, correctly debug your application will save you tons of time [...]
In Magento, the default language is English. So the question now is: Can we add another language for our Magento site? Of course it's a Yes. Just pick the desire language for your site and follow this step-by-step procedure. Step 1: Installing a new language package First, locate your desire language package. Here is some [...]