While Magento 1 required an extension for configurable swatches, configurable swatches in Magento 2 come as an out of the box feature and is extremely simple to set up. We will show you the steps for setting up configurable swatches in Magento 2.
Many of our clients have asked for our help when managing a Get A Quote system with Magento. Whether it be using a quotation grid, the quotation detail page, editing or creating a quote, or even a file upload, it can be a little overwhelming at first. We will break down the basics of the Get A Quote system to assist you with managing your eCommerce Quotation system.
Magento released a patch, SUPEE-6788, on October 27, 2015. This patch addresses protection against security related issues such as information leaks and remote code execution. A site can be compromised in many ways by these types of threads such as potentially having malware scripts running on your server or having sensitive information stolen. This patch allows Magento store owners to protect against these security compromises. Although, unlike most patches, it can be a little confusing to implement. Before implementing this patch, here are a few things you need to know.
Many may be wondering how to setup tax exemption in their eCommerce stores for their customers. There is a simple step-by-step process this article will discuss to set up tax exemption for your customers in your eCommerce store through Magento.
In late January of 2015 the first remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability, or “shoplift” bug, was reported to Magento by Check Point Software Technologies. This bug affects both Magento Enterprise Edition and Magento Community Edition, and it allows attackers to obtain control over a store and its sensitive data, including personal customer information. As of February 9, 2015, Magento released a patch for this issue.
The term navigation refers to the methods shoppers use to move from page to page
throughout your store. The main menu, or top navigation of your store is actually a list
of category links. The category structure of your catalog is the main way people find
products in your catalog. You will also find categories in the breadcrumb trail that runs
across the top of most pages, and in the “layered navigation” that appears on the left
side of some two- or three-column pages. These are all examples of how categories can
be used to navigate throughout your store.