I am looking for people’s experience with integrating Magento with QBO. There are three main developers that sell extensions and I am currently testing the one sold by Mageplaza. So far I am unimpressed and feel like I am beta testing for them. I want to move away from Webgility and cut out the middle man and sync directly.
Our team at Ubertheme is sharing our work-in-progress PWA Mega Menu’s storefront for free.
Since Magento PWA Studio is a relatively new solution, we do hope the pwa mega menu storefront gives you one option to get started and interact with the Magento PWA Studio technology stack.
You simply pull the source code of PWA Mega Menu storefront from the repo, follow the instruction. Once done, you should have a Magento PWA Studio instance with UB PWA Mega Menu like the following screenshot:
PWA Mega Menu demo: https://static.ubertheme.com/blog/2019/12/ub_pwa_megamenu/menu_column_grid.png
(Please note that the PWA mega menu’s backend remains to be based on our existing mega menu demo instance)
I’ve written this blog post to resolve an issue with symlinks and extensions/themes in Magento (mostly for personal reference). But I’d like to know why it’s required to redeploy static content in development mode. I thought that wasn’t necessary? https://magentowizard.wordpress.com/2020/02/21/path-cannot-be-used-with-directory/
Thanks for any help.
We have a B2B website and all our customers are approved to be on the site. No public or guest checkouts. Typically they all use credit cards. Some of the transactions are being marked as fraud. We don’t know why.
Magento 2 – Fraud Protection is not enabled. I can’t get the orders to go to a pending state or processing state. We have to call the customer and take everything over the phone which is causing delays and backing up customer service.
The credit cards are authorizing and nothing is wrong with the data from the merchant services. How can I stop this?
I had been selected recently to manage and improve an ecommerce with Magento 1.9 and they asked me to build several custom attribute modules so I figured how to build the basics about, but in the install of the module, I need to know the constants that I can use in “used_in_forms” because several attributes need to be in different forms on the store, but I can’t find any valid reference, just several StackOverflow/Exchange topics with fragments of code where I can find several of those constants but I need all of them…
Any help with that? or since Magento belongs to Adobe, I’ll need to pay the
highly expensive certifications? I’ll appreciate.
Thanks in advance!
Magento is so flexible that one instance of it can have multiple websites/stores with different languages, domain names, categories, etc. You can configure the websites, stores, and store views in the Magento Admin. You use the
variables in entry point scripts(index.php), .htaccess or Nginx configuration files(depending upon the webserver you are using) to start the Magento application using these websites or store views.
I can’t find this in the docs anywere, and I’m afraid that means it doesn’t exist natively. When a customer requests an RMA, is an email sent to the website admin? It seems not.
Also, when the RMA is approved by an admin, can the customer print a shipping label? All I can find on this topic is shipping label integration info for order shipments, but not RMA.
Thank you for your help!
Following are my mysql join query,
SELECT cpe.sku AS Sku, ccp.category_id AS Category_Ids FROM catalog_product_entity cpe JOIN catalog_category_product ccp ON cpe.entity_id = ccp.product_id
return value like,
Sku Category_Ids 1 34 1 36 1 37 2 65 2 87
How to merge like,
Sku Category_Ids 1 34,36,37 2 65,87
I know this depends on the person and their experience, but I was trying to get a rough sense for how long it would take to get up to speed with Magento 2 and certified as someone who has been working with Laravel most recently.
About 8 years ago I worked with Magento 1 for about two and a half years. I worked with heavily customized WordPress projects for a couple years and for the last 3 years I’ve been building and maintaining Laravel applications.
Could an experienced PHP developer get certified in a matter of weeks or would it more likely take months?
I’m not employed at the moment, so I could dedicate full-time learning of Magento 2.
I was looking at purchasing a couple Udemy classes to get up to speed quickly, but if there are other better resources, besides the Magento documentation itself, I would be open to suggestions.
Is Laravel a decent foundation for learning Magento 2? I know Composer was added since I last used Magento, so I’m guessing there are other more modern updates that might be similar? I know the structure is different, but I’m somewhat familiar with the XML structure for modules and themes.