This is a special blog post that sums up all of our Magento 2 tutorials up to now. Regardless of being a “new player” or an experienced Magento developer, you will find these resources valuable!
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you how to create order and quote programmatically in Magento 2 – in just 5 minutes.
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you a quick way to can get the attribute information including attribute name or label, id, entity_type, and so on from the attribute code.
As you may know, the Newsletter Popup is one of the most common types in any Magento store. It can be used for multiple purposes such as gaining more newsletter subscribers, promoting new products, delivering special offers, and so on. Although most of the Magento e-commerce stores nowadays employ newsletter popups, this is not an available function of Magento Core. In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you how to create a Magento newsletter popup easily and quickly?
A good rank or position in the search engines is the desire of all Magento e-commerce stores, and using the sitemap is a simple way to support SEO by letting those search engines crawl and index each page on your site. In other words, a sitemap is a plain-text XML file consisting of links to all pages, which is pivotal since web crawlers often overlook a number of pages.
The advantage of using the Flat Catalog is enhancing the speed of the catalog and cart price rules process. In other words, it will contribute to boosting your performance. In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you how to use the flat catalog properly.
Using newsletters is one the most effective ways to connect e-commerce stores to their customers. It will help to promote your store, deliver news and updates or draw buyers’ attention to your sales campaigns. In Magento 2, you will be able to create multiple newsletter templates and send to your send these to your subscribers. Also, it gives you the great ability to control the process of sending newsletters as well as to manage the subscriber list.
There are 2 types of coupon codes: fixed coupon codes used for all purchasers and auto-generated coupon codes used for each buyer. For the first type, the store owners can promote it easily by sending it to customers’ emails, showing it on promotional popups, catalogs, banners, advertisements, or printing it to give to the buyers directly. Meanwhile, the second type of coupon code is more personal, which will just be sent to buyers’ emails.
In general, the purposes of using the widgets are to enhance the interaction between customers and the store. For instance, you can use the widget to draw visitors’ attention to the new promotional campaigns/ new products/ featured items, to stimulate them to leave feedback, participate in a poll, and so on.
Google Analytics and Google Adwords are the two most popular Google tools to support websites. Google Analytics is a freemium professional web analytics service that offers essential statistics about your website traffic as well as how users use your site in order to serve SEO and other marketing purposes. Meanwhile, Google AdWords is a paid service for businesses who want to enhance their online presence by displaying ads on the Google search engine and its large advertising network.
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you how to clear cache/ refresh cache at ease in Magento 2 – in just 5 minutes.
In the previous Magento 2 tutorial, we have shown you the basic definition of the URL rewrites function in Magento 2 as well as how to configure it in the back-end menu. Today, we will continue showing you how to create URL rewrites (both Product Rewrites & Category Rewrites) step-by-step.
In Magento 2, when you change any URL key of a product, it will create automatic redirects. Then, when your customers access the old URL, they will be redirected automatically to the new/ edited address. However, you must conduct several configurations in the back-end menu to make it work.
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you how to change the logo in the page header, transactional emails, and PDF invoices in Magento 2 – in just 5 minutes.
In simple words, the URL rewrite function in Magento 2 allows us to modify/ edit any URLs in your store (e.g: URLs of the Product page, Category page, CMS page, etc.). After changes, when anybody accesses the old URL, they will be redirected automatically to the new URL.
There are an array of PayPal payment methods; however, in this Magento 2 tutorial, we will give you detailed instruction on how to set up the PayPal Express Checkout. This payment method might contribute to enhancing your sales since it allows the buyers to pay by both credit card and from the security of their PayPal accounts.
Overall, there are two types of payment methods in Magento 2: Online and Offline payments. However, the Offline payment methods include Check/ Money Order and Cash On Delivery (COD). Meanwhile, the Online payment methods consist of Bank Transfer, PayPal, and other credit card payments through payment gateways. In this Magento tutorial, we will show you how to configure Offline payment methods first and leave the online ones for the next lesson.
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you how to change the favicon in Magento 2 – in just 5 minutes.
In the previous Magento tutorial, we have shown you how to configure the Offline payment methods including Check/ Money Order and Cash On Delivery. Today, we will continue to give you detailed instructions on how to set up Online payment methods which are Bank Transfer and Purchase Order. Let’s get started!
In many cases, the customers ask for a refund because they are not satisfied with your products. Therefore, Magento 2 offers us the Credit Memo function in order to help the Magento store owners give the refund easily to their purchasers. In this Magento tutorial, we will show you how to create, print, and check records of credit memos in Magento 2. Let’s get started!
Magento 2 provides us with 3 default customer groups namely General, Not Logged In and Wholesale. However, your Magento e-commerce business might have to deal with more types of purchasers such as Retailer and V.I.P. Therefore, in this tutorial we will show you how to create a custom customer group to meet your needs.
There are 6 simple steps to complete customer accounts configuration in Magento 2. Let’s get started!
Magento 2 provides a basic default theme for all stores; therefore, once starting a new store, you must create and install a new exclusive theme to distinguish it with your competitors. In other cases, after a certain period of time, your current store becomes obsolete and boring in the eyes of the customers so that it raises an urgent need of changing and installing a new eye-catching Magento theme.
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you several steps of currencies configuration in Magento 2 (including defining the accepted currencies and displayed ones).
To begin with, tax rules are a combination of Product and Customer Class, Tax Zone, and Rate. Every customer will be assigned to a specific customer class; similarly, every product will be arranged to a product class. In Magento, the customer’s shopping cart will be analyzed and calculated with a certain amount of tax according to the customer and product classes they belong to, and the region (based on their shipping address, billing address, or shipping origin). In this Magento tutorial, we will show you how to configure/ set up the tax rules for your store step-by-step.
Flat Rate Shipping is a popular shipping method in Magento 2 that allows you to define a fixed charge applied per item, per shipping class, or per order. In this tutorial, we will show you step-by-step how to set up the Flat Rate Shipping in your Magento store.
It’s no doubt that Free Shipping is a competitive necessity for some online retailers. Although there are certain costs associated with this shipping method, what it can bring about is much greater. As a Magento store owner, you might need to know how to set up free shipping to stimulate purchases so let’s follow this Magento tutorial!
In general, most of the Magento 2 stores will need Google Maps to display their chain of physical stores and give directions for their customers. However, since Magento 2 Community Edition does not provide this function, you will have to find a proper extension and install it in your store.
In Magento 2, we are allowed to set up the Fixed Product Tax (FPT) in order to apply different taxes for different countries/ states. In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you 6 simple steps to create a new Fixed Product Tax in the back-end.
In Magento Community Edition 2.0, the store views are created with the aim of providing different versions of the store in several languages. Owing to that, the buyers are allowed to select their language in the store header and change to the correlative store view. Before we start, let’s figure out how your store hierarchy would be (how many store views that you want to build).
In this Magento 2 tutorial, we will show you several steps of admin security and admin CAPTCHA configuration.
Before submitting any extensions to the Magento Marketplace, you will need to know how to validate the composer package accurately. Otherwise, there is a high possibility that your modules will be rejected since it is packaged incorrectly or doesn’t comply with Magento coding standards. In this tutorial, we will show you a detailed instructions on module validation in order to pass the technical review at ease.
[VIDEO] How To Install Magento 2 With No Error In 7 Minutes
It’s no doubt that e-commerce has been growing fast in recent years. Choosing an appropriate platform for your e-commerce website is the first step on your way to success. Although there are many choices for platforms, Magento is proved to be the most prevalent one as it is trusted by more than 25% of the store owners worldwide. In this Magento 2 tutorial, we would like to show you how to install Magento 2 step-by-step and handle possible obstacles during the process.
The configurable product is one of the most popular product types of Magento. It looks like a simple item plus a list of options for each variation. For example, the store sells a T-shirt and offers different colors (yellow, green, and red) and sizes (S, M, and L) of that shirt for the buyers to choose. There are only 5 steps to create a configurable product…
In simple words, the downloadable product in Magento 2 is something you provide and the customers have to pay for downloading it. For example, it can be an e-book, a song, a video, software, and so on. In general, the sellers often offer samples of products such as a section from a book, a clip from an audio file, or a trailer from a video in order to stimulate customers’ buying. There are 5 steps to create a Downloadable product…
In Magento 2, the virtual product is non-tangible items and can be traded like other normal physical products without shipping. For example, you might want to sell extra (support) services, memberships, warranties, subscriptions and so on. These items can be sold individually or as part of the grouped or bundle product.
The grouped product is a combination of multiple single products which are gathered in a group. It is worth noting that each of these items can be sold independently or as a component of the group. One more thing, when the customers add the grouped product into the shopping cart, it will show each product respectively.
There are just 5 simple steps to create a new product attribute in Magento 2. Let’s get started!
There are just 4 simple steps to create a new category in Magento 2.
There are just 4 simple steps to create a new cart price rule in Magento 2.
As you might know, using the catalog price rules to create discounts is one of the most essential marketing features of Magento 2. More specifically, it allows us to create a set of conditions for certain type(s) of products, and when the customers buy these items they will receive discounts without submitting any coupon codes.