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7 Ways to Make Magento 2 Theme Faster

April 12, 2018 // by Konstantin Gerasimov

Magento 2 is known to be a powerful and feature-rich eCommerce platform. It delivers decent page load times but might be quite sluggish under heavy customizations.

Part of the performance problem might be a poorly developed custom theme. On one hand the default Luma and Blank themes are quite fast. On the other hand some of the customized themes are slow and could make your online shop a nightmare to buy from.

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How to register a theme in Magento 2

November 21, 2016 // by Igor Furseev

Creating a custom theme in Magento 2 involves a process of registering your theme. In this post we will describe how to do it. All the awesome theme customizations are up to you.

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Error page customization in Magento 2

August 25, 2016 // by Yaroslav Rogoza

Have you ever seen a page with “There has been an error processing your request” when using Magento 1 or Magento 2? If no, you are lucky. This page is usually displayed when an issue appears in a system execution flow. Magento processes such issues by creating a separate report file in the var/report directory and by showing the error page with the details. You can also see a similar page “Service Temporarily Unavailable” when the maintenance mode has been enabled. Did you know that you can easily customize these error pages?

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OroCRM theme customization

April 20, 2016 // by Denis Saltanakhmedov

Default OroCRM application has quite good theme. But sometimes users prefer to change or modify themes of their applications. Luckily OroCRM allows to create and use any of the custom themes. In this article we will share our experience on how to change the default theme and describe the structure of bundle for the custom theme.

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Prevent JS and CSS caching during deployment

April 25, 2013 // by Nick Kravchuk

Hi guys, as you know, while moving changes to the production server very often we need to flush CSS or JS cache on the client’s side, as without this action clients will see broken design or, in case with JS cache, might get broken functionality. Therefore, we guess it is a good idea to describe how to prevent JS/CSS caching.

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