First Data is one of the world’s largest payment processors that proved its reliability and safety for about 50% of ecommerce merchants in the US. First Data provides online store owners with the Payeezy payment gateway, allowing them to offer extended payment options to customers and ensure secure payment transactions. The Paradox Labs First Data: Payeezy extension brings Magento 2 merchants a full integration with the Payeezy solution on their stores. The module allows online shoppers to save their credit cards for future payments and stores all cardholder data entered on your website on the First Data servers. Thus, your clients enjoy fast and secure checkout, while you collect payment data in the most convenient and safe way.
Below, you will find an overview of the Magento 2 First Data: Payeezy module’s features, as well as the description of its backend and frontend functionality.
In ecommerce business, website security and protection of sensitive data are the top issues. Today, we want to talk about the Stripe payment gateway and how you can integrate it in your store with the help of the Paradox Labs solution.
Stripe is a powerful payment gateway providing merchants and customers with the set of features that optimize payment procedures and guarantee safe processing of confidential cardholder data. The Paradox Labs Stripe Payments module for Magento 2 provides online stores with Stripe integration. With the extension, store owners improve the user experience by allowing customers to save their credit cards and do the checkout in one click. All sensitive data is stored on the Stripe server, which brings the security of ecommerce sites to a new level and builds customers’ trust.
Below, we look closer at the benefits that the Magento 2 Stripe payment module brings to merchants and customers, and describe how it functions in the backend and frontend.
In this post, we are exploring a tool that helps Magento 2 merchants make their marketing efforts more effective and targeted. Today, we will talk about the Magenest Event Tickets extension and the possibilities it provides for managing event campaigns. Event Tickets for Magento 2 is a must-have tool for e-ticket sellers, as well as merchants who are into organizing promotion and entertainment events of various types. The module offers advanced functionality for creating custom event tickets with multiple options and tracking the event performance. By leveraging the Event Tickets extension’s features, you will get extended possibilities for promoting your brand and increasing conversion rates. Below, we look closer at the core functions of the Magento 2 ticket module.
Today, we are exploring a tool that allows streamlining a customer sign-up procedure and improving security on a Magento 2 store. Meet the SAML Single Sign On extension – a solution for connecting your website to SAML authorization systems with the Single Sign On support. After implementing the Magento 2 module, you will be able to provide your customers with an option to log in to your store with access credentials from third-party sites. Below, we look closer at the functionality and configuration of the Magento 2 SAML integration module.
Today, we are describing a tool that offers a solution for crawl budget and duplicate content issues – PRG Pattern Link Masking for Magento 2 by JaJuMa. The module boosts SEO on your Magento 2 store by implementing the Post-Redirect-Get pattern. The PRG technique helps Google to crawl and index relevant content and URLs on your ecommerce website. Thus, you will avoid wasting crawling budget on useless URLs and improve your SERP ranking. The Magento 2 extension allows you to leverage the full potential of the PRG pattern by optimizing layered navigation filters URLs via link masking.
Below, we explore the functionality of the PRG Pattern Link Masking extension for Magento 2 and its advantages over other solutions. Continue Reading
In this post, we will talk about Punchout Integration for Magento 2 and the possibilities of implementing supplier procurement functionality on an ecommerce store. The Punchout Connect extension provides all necessary tools for establishing a successful B2B or B2C business model on a Magento 2 site. With the Punchout turnkey solution for ecommerce business, you will be able to leverage connectivity with major eProcurement and ERP systems and provide your customers with a punchout catalog right on your Magento 2 store.
One of the advantages of the updated Magento 2 Commerce version is the content staging function. With the feature, it is possible to convert a static web page into a dynamic one with various elements displayed to customers at different times. Unfortunately, the platform didn’t introduce the same functionality for Magento 2 Open Source. Luckily, there are third-party modules that allow implementing the content staging feature and enable online merchants to deliver improved shopping experience to their clients.
In this post, we give an overview of the Sharadice schedule modules for Magento 2 that provide the necessary tools for scheduling automatic updates of various content on an ecommerce site. Below, we also describe the basics of Magento 2 Commerce Content Staging and explain how to import and export content staging data.
Below, we shed light on one of the most robust Magento 2 themes. Pearl is a solution that suits both small businesses and ecommerce giants. The Magento 2 theme offers tons of various features and several pricing plans. In the following post, we make things as clear as a bell, so after reading it, you will know what to do with the Pearl Magento 2 theme. Continue Reading
Although the default Magento 2 checkout procedure has been significantly revamped in the new platform version, there is still room for improvement. Therefore, the new generation of Magento 2 one step checkout extensions attracts more and more attention from merchants. If you still don’t use such tools with your Magento 1.X website, quickly check our digest with a list of the best one page checkout Magento extensions that we’ve prepared before.
Now, let’s return to our mutton – the new generation of Magento 2 one page checkout extensions. Designed with both store visitors and backend administrators in mind, they provide complete Magento 2 checkout customization. Below, you will find a short description of each Magento 2 one page checkout extension. If you are looking for a corresponding Magento 2 one page checkout tutorial that describes more details, follow the appropriate link in each module’s description.
In today’s post, we describe a solution that allows ecommerce store owners to generate multiple language versions of their websites – the Magento 2 Language Translator extension by Appjetty. The module offers a Language Switcher tool developed specifically for Magento 2 stores. The tool provides merchants with necessary settings for modifying translations performed by Google Translate and taking full control over the translated content on the storefront. Below, we explore the functionality and configuration of the Appjetty language translation Magento 2 module in more detail. Continue Reading