We assume you know how to set up a virtualhost with Apache 2.4 and where to store your Magento 2 project directory. Here we provide a quick guide to set up a Magento 2.2 e-commerce website with a custom theme. This article will be more of a try/test to learn about the development of a […]
Today we will dive into theming Magento2 by using blocks which are available on the client side (backoffice) and used within our templates and layout in our brand new Theme. Let’s start by creating a block from the backend of our website. Create a block on Magento2 Create a module to handle our block $ […]
From what we’ve introduced while talking about adding a footer link to our Magento2 store, we will dig a little further so anyone can understand more precisely how to deal with layouts & templates using Magento 2. Of course we strongly advice you to read all the details covered on the dev doc of Magento […]
There are a lot complains on the Internet about the loading time of a Magento 2 website, some people have even been switching to another CMS ! Here at Linkstraffic we like to analyse what’s behind the scene and how could a new Magento 2 install could generate such performance issue. First thing to say, […]
The default footer that comes with Luma theme is the following : Using the admin interface, you may enable/disable some links but for a full customization, there is work to achieve. You can refer to Magento2 dev documentation for more information, here we will focus on a simple and efficient method to add a link […]
Sometimes, you need to update a whole list of products at once and to achieve this in Magento 2, you can come up with the following ideas : using a module, exporting/importing updated products, any manual method hitting through the right Mysql tables Now depending on your skills, you might choose one option over another […]
How to quickly apply a new CSS stylesheet to a custome Magento 2 theme by extending a layout from a default parent theme. A basic tutorial with code snippets to learn the best way to achieve this on your website.