By using AJAX, you can essentially improve the user experience of your Magento 2 website with various asynchronous features related to login, cart, catalog, navigation, etc. Such features are based on a background exchange of data between apps and the server. Being widely used in Magento 1.X projects, AJAX is also available for 2.0. And instead of complicated customizations, you can rely on simple Magento 2 AJAX extensions described below. For appropriate Magento 1 modules, follow this link: Magento AJAX Extensions.Continue Reading
Search engines provide your potential customers with a list of search results, where your e-commerceMagento website is shown. The list of search results often consist of hundreds of pages, and you will agree that your store should be at the top of this list. Otherwise, it will be lost among other results, and your potential customers will never find it. In this post, we have gathered everything you need to know about search engine optimization of your Magento store. Want to know what to do with the website in order to optimize SEO and climb to the top of all search results? Check the post below.
You can read the full version of this post in our “Magento DIY. The complete Guide” book. Besides SEO, the it describes a lot of other improvements and modifications. For instance, the book shows how to improve performance, security, and other vital aspects of every ecommerce website, run a successful marketing campaign, and create a top-notch user experience. Furthermore, “Magento DIY” teaches how to get all Enterprise-level features on the basis of the Community Edition platform and implement opportunities which are not available in both editions out-of-the-box. The article is just the beginning, and all robust improvements are described in the book. For further information about “Magento DIY,” follow the link below: