If you are reading this, you are probably looking for an easy way to add static content to the Checkout address fieldset.
If you open the Magento Checkout module, you will notice technology complexity of the Magento Checkout. When you consider Knockout, HTML, PHTML, XML, JS – such a mix of technologies can often make a simple straightforward task seem super complicated.
Usually, if you need to edit something on the Checkout, you need to create a custom module, which will override the Layout Processor. This approach makes sense if the Checkout modification is complex and there needs to be some kind of a dynamic.
But for simple tasks, such as updating input placeholders, adding the notes to the inputs or adding the text between inputs – custom modules are an overkill.
Let me share with you a simple frontend solution for situations when we need to add some text or an image banner, for example between the Last Name input and the Company input. Read more
With time we are becoming more and more familiar with Magento 2 Checkout. And we are trying to build our knowledge furthermore. Hopefully, this article will help you in that process. With this article, we’ll learn how to change inputs fields ordering on the Checkout page.
If you ever tested Magento 2 you are familiar with default Magento 2 Checkout and the default fields sort ordering. If you wish to want to recall it, check this screenshot: Read more
Layouts play a major roll in Magento. This roll is well known from Magento 1x layout approach. With Magento 2 couple of things are changed and improved. Really, we finally have on our disposal useful layout manipulation options. Read more
If you are reading this article, you are probably somehow involved with web development. It is also most likely that you already know how search engines use page speed as one of the parameters for evaluating your site. We have couple of options on our disposal when it comes to increasing site speed. Today we will cover one of them. Read more
It is widely assumed that knowledge is power and that it has to be built upon every day. It takes a lot of time to put a person’s knowledge into a book. For the past few months I was looking for a new book in order to expand on my frontend knowledge.
Due to lack of free time I usually read only particular sections of some book or I surf the Internet if I need a specific piece of information.
Long story short, just at that time Andrea Sacca published his new book which covers one of my favorite topics – Creating responsive Magento theme. As one of the frontend developers at Inchoo, I had the opportunity to receive one of first copies of that book (and a copy for entire Inchoo). To return the favor to the author, we were asked to write a review of the book. Read more