Many Tutorials’ followers have passed their Magento exams and many encouraging comments have been received, all of which are great motivators for me to continue our Tutorial series however busy I have been these days. So, why not start right away with the last session: Topic 10 – Advanced Features and the first part will be widgets…
Here we are again, meeting up in Magento Blog after one week. Before we proceed further, let me ask you a very simple question: “What is the basic difference between a successful and an unsuccessful business?”
Hi buddies, So after enjoying Easter and April Fool, we meet up again on Magento blog. This week tutorial will refer to cancelation, which is an important operation since everyone can make a mistake sometime, right?
Welcome back, Magento friends It has been quite a long time since the last post in this category. How have you been lately? Are you still thirsty for more Magento knowledge? Today we are happy to continue our series with part 5: Partial Operations.
Happy New Year and welcome back to our Magento blog! I hope that you have had a wonderful holiday. And now let's come back to our Topic 9 with the part of Refund. A refund usually refers to the reimbursement of funds to a customer for a product or service provided. Magento framework will create a Credit Memo for the returned orders.
Welcome back to our topic: Sales and Customer! It has been two weeks since we talked about part 2: Invoice. Can’t let you wait any more, we continue with order process in Magento. In this post, I’ll talk about the shipment, the next step of sale process.
Invoices are essential parts in sales transactions. An invoice or a bill is a commercial document issued by the seller to the buyer indicating the products, quantities and agreed prices for products services the seller has provided the buyer. This week, I would like to focus on how to create invoices with Magento technology.