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An Overview of Front-end Changes Adopted in Magento 2

Published on 24 June 16
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An e-commerce store's success is often measured by the kind of user experience offered to the visitors. One may optimise and personalise the website to influence the visitors and make it convenient for the shopping process. Magento, the e-commerce platform possess almost all the features, functions, extensions or the modules, and custom development for a successful online business. Some of the things to be kept in mind by the merchants while contacting the Magento e-commerce developers are briefed below.

  • First impression of the visitor on the landing page
  • The user interprets on what he sees when typing in the search field
  • The e-mail message sent after registration, password change, sign up or order placement.
  • Thank the user for registration, purchase, or sign-up
  • Message for the user upon invalid e-mail address entry
  • Information expected from the user to close the purchase
  • The ways to earn the trust of the shoppers
  • The message when the user searches for the non-existing product

It is better to discuss these issues with the Magento development company before designing and developing the website. Furthermore, the updated version Magento 2 must be deployed to provide the omnichannel shopping experience for the shoppers.
Magento 2 has significant performance and scalability improvements with worthful changes at the front-end level. Some of the changes include HTML 5 tags addition into the templates, CSS3 techniques in style sheets, and a built-in LESS preprocessor.

Some of the technical changes brought about in Magento 2 for the benefit of Magento front-end developer(s) are summarised below.

Default blank theme: The default theme is fully responsive and is the mark of Magento's push to be responsive instead of having a mobile version or the desktop versions for the same site.

Layouts: Magento has opted to chose all the XML within a module and local.xml is no more available. Any modifications in the XML have to be made in a new XML file carrying the same name in the theme directory.

Containers and Blocks: A container is a structure which holds the blocks and containers without the content. One may specify HTML attributes and HTML tags
in the presence of ID or the class. That is one may create HTML throughout the layout.

CSS: In Magento 2, adding CSS is much simpler with just a CSS and the source.

Browser support: It supports IE9, latest version of Firefox, Chrome, Safari 5 and iOS6 safari.

Moreover, the changes in the JavaScript is one of the biggest changes as one may easily add, extend the existing and new JS as per the needs. To conclude, Magento 2 has brought in new and upgraded features which has made the task of development easier for the developers and more profitable for the merchants.


















An e-commerce store's success is often measured by the kind of user experience offered to the visitors. One may optimise and personalise the website to influence the visitors and make it convenient for the shopping process. Magento, the e-commerce platform possess almost all the features, functions, extensions or the modules, and custom development for a successful online business. Some of the things to be kept in mind by the merchants while contacting the Magento e-commerce developers are briefed below.

  • First impression of the visitor on the landing page
  • The user interprets on what he sees when typing in the search field
  • The e-mail message sent after registration, password change, sign up or order placement.
  • Thank the user for registration, purchase, or sign-up
  • Message for the user upon invalid e-mail address entry
  • Information expected from the user to close the purchase
  • The ways to earn the trust of the shoppers
  • The message when the user searches for the non-existing product


It is better to discuss these issues with the Magento development company before designing and developing the website. Furthermore, the updated version Magento 2 must be deployed to provide the omnichannel shopping experience for the shoppers.

Magento 2 has significant performance and scalability improvements with worthful changes at the front-end level. Some of the changes include HTML 5 tags addition into the templates, CSS3 techniques in style sheets, and a built-in LESS preprocessor.

Some of the technical changes brought about in Magento 2 for the benefit of Magento front-end developer(s) are summarised below.

Default blank theme: The default theme is fully responsive and is the mark of Magento's push to be responsive instead of having a mobile version or the desktop versions for the same site.

Layouts: Magento has opted to chose all the XML within a module and local.xml is no more available. Any modifications in the XML have to be made in a new XML file carrying the same name in the theme directory.

Containers and Blocks: A container is a structure which holds the blocks and containers without the content. One may specify HTML attributes and HTML tags

in the presence of ID or the class. That is one may create HTML throughout the layout.

CSS: In Magento 2, adding CSS is much simpler with just a CSS and the source.

Browser support: It supports IE9, latest version of Firefox, Chrome, Safari 5 and iOS6 safari.

Moreover, the changes in the JavaScript is one of the biggest changes as one may easily add, extend the existing and new JS as per the needs. To conclude, Magento 2 has brought in new and upgraded features which has made the task of development easier for the developers and more profitable for the merchants.

This blog is listed under Development & Implementations and E-Commerce Community

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  1. 06 December 16
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    As I know, customers have to send emails to request cancel orders in Magento 2. There are lots of demand from customers who want to have button Cancel Order in the frontend. So I want to suggest an extension that supports this feature: Frontend Cancel Order, here is its demo: http://bsscommerce.com/magento-2-frontend-cancel-order.html Hope it helps!

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