Magento 2 Wiki
Greetings and welcome to Magento Wiki by MageWorx. This set of articles will guide you through various aspects of Magento eCommerce store setup, and tell you about the best ways to enhance the platform’s capabilities for better marketing and sales effect.
These mini guides will help you understand the basics, tell you how to solve most common Magento issues and optimize various platform management aspects.
We begin with Magento product types and explain you the difference between simple, configurable, downloadable, bundle, virtual and grouped products. While discussing product types, we will touch upon Magento 2 Attribute Sets and Product Attributes.
Next, we guide you through SEO for Magento 2 to tell you how to make your store stand out from competition in the search results. You will learn about HTML and XML Sitemaps and Rich Snippets, understand the difference between 301 and 302 redirects as well as .htaccess and robots.txt files. Last but not least, we are going to explain how Up-sells, Cross-sells and Related Products can help you increase your store profits.
On top of that, we'll tell you what payment methods are included in Magento 2 by default, and how to configure them.
Magento 2 is also packed with such features as emails and newsletters - we'll also go through these features in one of the sections.
We'll also touch upon shipping configuration challenges. From the guides, you'll learn how to configure the pre-installed shipping methods and define shipping rules to provide customers with perfect shopping options.
As any other website, Magento 2 store requires quality navigation. You can learn how to get the most out of it from our Wiki guides. We'll describe the essence of layered navigation, menus and their types, breadcrumbs and many other tools to empower your eCommerce store.
If you plan to go global with your store, you will certainly need the appropriate multi store or multi language solutions. We’ve got them covered for you. Also, you'll find out how to set up multiple currencies and make them switch automatically using GeoIP detection technology.
Finally, we have almost all this information adopted to Magento 1. If you are still using the 1.x version of the platform, you will find many useful articles and guides to enhance your store.
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