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How to Allow Users to Delete Their Account Data in Magento 2

A client came to us to implement a General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR on their e-commerce webstore. One of her problems was that there is no way for a user to delete their account from the Magento profile page. This was one of the GDPR requirements.

[11 February 2020]

How to create configurable products using CSV spreadsheet Import

I have gone through the process of creating configurable products manually for quite a few sites and its very time consuming. So, I decided to work out how to do it using a spreadsheet.

Here’s how to make uploading of products in your catalog easier and to avoid the tedious process of creating configurables manually.

[17 January 2020]

Magento 2 release updates

Looks to be a progressive year for Magento having a total of four new updates for the year 2020. The first update pre-release for 2.3.4 was on the 14th January 2020. Magento releases security and functional patches for each supported release line of Magento Commerce every quarter.

[17 January 2020]

Google My Business Listing Harmful for Online Store SEO?

Sometimes a GMB Listing can Harm Alex one of our SEO guys has uncovered what may turn out to be a stunning revelation. He has found that having a  Google My Business (GMB) can negatively affect SEO in certain cases. I was shocked when he told me. Why was I shocked? Because the quest to verify our customers Google Business listings has always been a difficult part of our go- ...

Your Magento 1 Store Has 10-Months To Live

This is an article I wrote about the impending doom of Magento version 1 based online stores from a South African perspective. The intent though, is still applicable for the UK market, the only change is the actual number of Magento 1 stores running in the UK. ...

Magento 1 Upgrade Bottleneck

Still Running Magento 1? You Need to Pay Attention.

In less than 12-months, Magento 1 will go end-of-life and quite possibly your online checkout will stop working.

June 2020 is the official end of support date for the Magento 1 Platform. If your Magento store is currently in production and you don’t have an upgrade plan in the works, you have a problem.