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 Learn how you can easily and quickly create a custom theme in Magento

How do Magento 2 media queries work? In the heart of Magento 2 media queries mechanism, defined in Magento UI library, is a .media-width() mixin. .media-width(<@extremum>, <@break>); @extremum: max|min – sets whether to use min-width or max-width in media query condition @break: value...
Whether horizontal (which are more common) or vertical, tabs are a great way to avoid information overload by organizing large content into easily digestible chunks of data. When done right they provide all the information (related to one specific...
There is always a certain level of customization required for every Magento project. This can involve adding entirely new elements or overriding the existing ones. Customizing your Magento store according to your preferences gives you a personalized feel and...
There are some fairly major differences between Magento 1 and Magento 2. Magento 2 provides major updates on its previous version after some hard work to create the best solutions to old issues such as performance and security. The...
Magento 2 has been out in the wild for some time now. Most developers I know haven’t worked on Magento 2 project yet. However, most of them installed it and played around with it, learning and experimenting. From the comments...
I. MAGENTO 2 INSTALL EXTENSION As you may know, there are two most popular ways of installing magento 2 extension. The first one is to use COMMAND LINE and the send one is to install manually. Option 1: Magento 2 install...
Locally stored fonts Place the font files to your theme directory under: <theme_dir>/web/fonts. Include locally stored fonts To include a custom font stored locally, use one of the following approaches: If you build a theme using Magento UI library, declare the font...
In this blog we are going to guide you on how you can make your Magento 2 store ready to test with Sample Data. There are some solutions: Install from Zip file: This solution is easy installation and no command...
Step 1 First of all, you need a create customer_account.xml in your theme in: app/design/frontend/_YOUR_VENDOR_/_YOUR_THEME_/Magento_Customer/layout/customer_account.xml Add a Custom Link All we need to do is add this code to our layout xml file: <referenceBlock name="customer_account_navigation"> <block class="MagentoFrameworkViewElementHtmlLinkCurrent" name="customer-account-navigation-custom-link" after="-" > ...
The Contact Us link in the footer of the store is an easy way for customers to keep in touch with you. Customers can complete the form to send a message to your store. By default, Magento setup email address...
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