Can you be really sure that all visitors of your site see it the same way as you do – design and content? In the era, when content matters more and more, one type of hacker attacks became particularly popular – content spoofing. You will find out the algorithms and tools that hackers use to perform such attacks, specifically replacing website’s content for particular visitors.
In one of our previous posts we described what a dashboard widget is and how to add a custom widget to an OroCRM dashboard. OroCRM has many native widgets with different useful functions, and one of the favorite ones is a Quick Launchpad.
Recently we have shared a tutorial on how to add custom Admin system messages in Magento 2. Today we will cover another type of notifications that uses Default Admin Notifier – Notifications.
Having a particular version of the software easily discoverable makes hacker’s job easier and allows automated scrapers to gather a database of URLs with particular software versions that can be used at an event of security vulnerability discovery for attacks. Of course, hiding the Magento version won’t be enough to secure your store, but it is just a simple step to take, just like changing your admin URL that makes store a little bit more secure.
We’ve all been taught that the preparation for winter starts early in summer. For those in eCommerce it seems that we are constantly under pressure of “Winter is coming!”. The digital world is changing rapidly and so are the needs of digital consumers. It is not big news anymore that digital shoppers have almost conquered the offline world, and for those brands, who haven’t yet jumped on the wave of providing omni-channel experience, it’s better to start catching up.
Magento 2 Command-line interface (CLI) tools differ from those in Magento 1. In Magento 1 you could simply add a script to the “shell” directory, include abtract.php, and extend from it. Magento 2 is a bit more complicated. This post will show you how to create a simple CLI script in Magento 2.
Imagine 2017 is just 20 days away and most of the attendees have already planned their trip to the conference. But if it is your very first Magento event, there are some useful things to consider. We’ve gathered some recommendations that proved to be good for Atwix each and every Imagine since 2011.
Hooray! Imagine 2017 is just around the corner and Atwix is proud to sponsor the conference this year. Come chat with us at our booth, we’d be happy to provide express security audit of your Magento store, talk about general eCommerce trends and innovations, or simply have a nice little chat. All the visitors will be supplied with recommendations on implementations, discounts on maintenance packages, and a cool swag for you and your kids.
Make sure to stop by our booth – we will be happy to talk all things Magento. Or schedule a meeting by simply sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Magento is a great eCommerce platform to work with. Many solutions are available out of the box, ready for you to use them and grow your brand online. Your Magento solution partner will always help you develop the best-in-class online store, but there is basic knowledge you should acquire when managing a Magento store – from knowing how to use Magento admin to doing little SEO tweaks and security checks.
Any application should be unambiguous. Every user should easily read and understand it. OroCRM applications contain many forms and fields. Developers can customize them and add even more, which can make the application difficult to use by other parties. The easiest way to avoid this is to add comments to the application elements: fields, forms etc. This can be done with tooltips in OroCRM. And we are going to show you how to do it.