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Session depersonalization in Magento 2, why and how?

September 27, 2018 // by Dmytro Cheshun

Most likely, at least once you faced the issue when customer session does not work except an account page etc. And usually, it’s not obvious why. Is it a bug? No, actually that is the case when it’s not a bug, it’s kind of feature.

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Adding blocks to the head section in Magento 2

May 3, 2016 // by Yaroslav Rogoza

As we all know, the page’s HTML <head> section contains different meta tags, CSS and JS files definition, pieces of JS code etc. As a rule, we don’t need any complex logic to add some proper content there. However, let’s imagine the situation when we need to insert some element that depends on the system configuration or so into the head section.

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How to exclude block from the Full Page Cache

May 6, 2015 // by Igor Furseev

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.

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How to insert your block into any place in Magento

March 5, 2013 // by Nick Kravchuk

Hello guys, it’s time to tell you how to insert block into any place you want in Magento. As you know, very often we need to set some block into selected weird place without editing template, so we’ll try to describe the way how to do this using layouts and observers.

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Filter products by attribute on a Magento CMS page

December 21, 2012 // by Yaroslav Rogoza

Ability to create pages with custom content is a great feature provided by Magento. You can easily create a new page for your store and add text, html, images, different widgets there. But sometimes people want to have something non-trivial on their pages. Usually it means that you need to operate some knowledge before you’ll get an appropriate result. In this article we would like to suggest you a simple solution on how to place a products list, prefiltered by some specific attribute, on your CMS page. The example below describes how to create a simple extension for this purpose.

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Adding a column to the customers grid in Magento admin. Alternative way

November 7, 2012 // by Yaroslav Rogoza

Pretty often we face a task, where we need to add a custom column to the customers/orders grid in Magento admin. The solution is simple and if you google for it, you will get tons of solutions. However, pretty much all of them describe the same way, which isn’t always proper.

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Proper way of adding tabs to the Magento Product Page

October 16, 2012 // by Yaroslav Rogoza

The product page is one of the most important parts of your store. That’s why so much attention is paid to make this page look perfect.
Tabs is a good way to display a lot of data inside a compact block. It helps to avoid huge scroll bars and also looks much nicer on portable devices. You can find tons of Magento templates with tabs on the product view page and we are going to tell you the easiest way to add them there. All examples are applicable to the default Magento theme, but with practice you can use following methods to customize your own theme.

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Advices and Best Practices for Magento developers

September 10, 2012 // by Yaroslav Rogoza

I think everyone who is interested in ecommerce development get familiar with Magento earlier or later. It’s a very popular platform, where a lot of modern programming technologies are used. Since Magento is one of the most powerful and flexible shopping cart engines, it requires a deep level of expertise to develop extensions or even do some basic changes. So we’ve decided to share our tips for Magento Developers in this article. [Continue to Part 2]

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How to add a new item to the navigation menu in Magento

November 30, 2011 // by Nick Kravchuk

Adding a new item to the navigation menu is fairly simple.

We will add this ability to a custom module. There is no need to modify core Magento files or templates and layouts.

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