Magento 2 is the best online store application but we also need wonderful responsive theme for Magento 2 and Porto is a good choice but if you are not familar with Magento 2 or Magento 2 theme structure, it’s little hard to customize Magento 2 appearance. Let’s customize Magento 2 theme base on Porto.
As soon as applying Magento 2 platform for your store, one of the first things you’ll want to do is to change the Magento 2 default logo in the header, and upload a favicon for the browser. Uploading your own logo will make the store more professional and more reliable in the customer’s mind. Especially, the business logo will help you increase the awareness of your brand significantly.
Magento is open-source. So we can customize Magento themes easily. When we create Magento 2 Child theme which is inherited and we are able to take any items in the parent theme. We can custom Magento 2 looks through Magento 2 child theme base on parent theme, which there is no affect for parent theme upgrade. This tutorial will show you step-by-step “ How to create Magento 2 child theme ?
There are number of improvements to the way themes are managed and set up in Magento 2. The use of the theme.xml definition file, introduced in Magento 1.9, and a new fallback system, are two of the most significant improvements. The fallback system in Magento 2 works in a similar way to Magento 1.x, but has the added advantage that you can select unlimited parent themes to inherit from / fallback to – all via the theme.xml file in your theme.
Magento always releases Community Edition updation, normally speaking it’s necessary to update the Magento to latest version, meanwhile the Magento related theme need to updated but how to update Magento community Edition 1.x theme?
As everyone knows, Magento 2.0 was released on 17th November 2015 after more than 4 years of development. Of course, Magento 2.0 will include more advantages than its first version-Magento 1.0, so do you know what differences between Magento 1.0 and Magento 2.0 are?
A frequent request with customers is adding CMS pages to Magento’s top navigation. There are many ways to accomplish this, but the best way is to make it a static block so that clients can add or delete links by their own.
Today we’re going to look at how you can use php to add blocks, both static CMS blocks and blocks that include things like featured products, we can use this line of php in any of our phtml files within the template folder of our themes. Although the same result can be replicated using the XML layout files, this can be used as an alternative way of getting the same result.
Magento’s default contact form is smiple, which only have name, email, telephone and comment fields. If you want to supply more friendly contact us page, you have to customize the contact form.
In order to remove the discount code block you have to open the checkout.xml file which is located in /app/design/frontend/default/[your_theme]/layout/checkout.xml.