Posts tagged with tag: 'magento'
The Magento team releases patches when any vulnerability in the system is found in order to keep Magento secure and reliable. On Feb 2015, Magento has already released one critical security patch (SUPEE-5344), which was aimed to address a remote command execution. It’s been more than two months since the release and still more than 50% of all of the Magento installations worldwide have not been patched and are being open to attacks.
Magento reports section is a powerful tool. If you open Reports > Products > Products Ordered section – you will be able to generate a report of all the recently sold products.
Magento Enterprise Edition Full Page Cache is a great feature that significantly improves the frontend performance. Nevertheless, it is causing the troubles with the customisations that require the dynamic content output. As you may know, the customer and cart information custom outputs are the first “victims” there, especially, if you migrated your Magento store from Community to Enterprise Edition. Some of the custom solutions, as well as the Mage Store modules, may not be ready for such migration. This brief article will not only show how to avoid a separate block caching in FPC, but also uncover the way how it works.
To begin with, we should create a folder with an extension for making a simple Hello World module with the custom route for Magento 2. As you may also know, in Magento 2 – there are no code pools like in Magento 1.x.
I am a beginner Magento developer and recently I have received an interesting task where I had to create a custom address attribute for the customers and add a field with this to the customer’s edit address page and checkout. Moreover, the information inserted in that field should be automatically compared with the existing values to avoid the repeating, without page reloading.
From time to time the developers face with the necessity of adding buttons to Magento admin forms or grids. It is not a problem if a button is added to your custom container. So, our article is aimed to show the ways of adding the buttons to already existing third party or core containers, like an order view page or a product grid.
2014 year was a successful one for Meet Magento events family with 12 events taking place all over the world and stepping into the new continent – North America. The official “closing of the season” happened during 24 and 25 of November in Warsaw, where Meet Magento Poland traditionally took place being the last Meet Magento event of the year. Atwix sponsored every Meet Magento Poland, and this time was represented by me with a presentation about conversion rate improvements in e-commerce.