How to Create a Custom Page Layout in Magento 2

If you want to express the uniqueness of your brand, you’ll need to create a custom page layout for your Magento 2 website.

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Magento 2 – Custom Payment Method

Sometimes, clients can request specific payment methods. These offer much more than out-of-the-box Magento ones. In order to customize all the fields based on clients’ needs, you need to create a custom payment method. It also allows you to customize the checkout and API logic used for implementing the payment method.

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Magento 2 API Authentication Types

As explained in one of our previous articles, API (Application Programming Interface) is a set of protocols and tools for building software applications. The main focus of this article will be on the types of Magento 2 API authentication and their use.

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Magento 2 Development Setup With Docker

Developing for Magento 2 has never been… well, more difficult, at least when we compare it with Magento 1. Back in the days of Magento 1 (though these days are far from over as there are still more Magento 1 websites than Magento 2 websites but the majority of Magento developers have moved on to Magento 2) things were simple – install PHP, Apache, and MySQL and you’re set to go.

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MageMojo 101

Who is MageMojo?

If you are an online business owner, you are aware of the importance of a fast-running, perfectly-optimized web store. You are also aware of the fact that Magento is one of the top eCommerce platforms out there, but also one of the more complex ones, especially in terms of maintenance, support, and hosting. Speaking of these, in case you are in need of an experienced Magento software support provider, we would like to say a word or two about one of the top choices out there – MageMojo. 

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How to Alter Magento 2 Functionalities

Altering Magento 2 functionalities and inserting your changes is a necessity. So, today, we will go over some basic altering methods – Observer, Plugin, and Preference/Rewrite in your module and in your theme where you can override .phtml, .css, .xml, and .js files.

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