New projects are usually developed on a separate dedicated web-server which settings may differ from those of a production server. So, to avoid mess-ups when trying to back up the production server it is required either to reassign data in the core_config table or to use a special script. The situation goes worse when there is more than one developer involved in the same project, because each developer may use its own custom set of server configurations. (more…)
Any modern website should be well adapted for all sorts of devices, such as PCs, tablets or mobile phones. Following this approach, we have to choose one of the following methods when developing our website – either to apply a responsive or a mobile theme. To understand, what the differences between them are, let’s consider each theme in more details below. (more…)
In default Magento 2, categories don’t contain many additional elements. You can change the way your category page looks using static blocks, and it’s not as difficult as it may seem at the beginning. In this article I’ll explain you how you can add CMS Static Blocks to category pages.
The copyright is a text in footer that by default in Magento 2 says “Copyright © 2016 Magento. All rights reserved.” If you have a store and want to legally protect your store, you probably want have the name of your company here. This is a small change that doesn’t require contacting your developer and can be done by yourself. (more…)