Do you need to build an eCommerce site with Magento? 

Today, we're delighted to say that the "Magento 2 Explained" book is here.

This step-by-step guide will get you up-and-running quickly with Magento 2.

Magento has a reputation for being a complex platform, but we've successfully explained similar software before with Drupal, Joomla and MySQL. This 300-page book is a fun and straightforward beginners guide to Magento 2.

How to Get Magento 2 Explained

Magento 2 Explained is available now in PDF / ePUB / MOBI formats for OSTraining members.

The book is also available in Paperback and Kindle format on Amazon.com.

Table of Contents for Magento 2 Explained

  1. Magento Explained
  2. Getting Set Up For This Book
  3. Your First 12 Magento Tasks 
  4. Simple Products Explained
  5. Product Attributes Explained 
  6. Configurable Products Explained 
  7. Grouped and Bundle Products Explained 
  8. Virtual and Downloadable Products Explained 
  9. Magento Payments Explained 
  10. Magento Taxes Explained
  11. Magento Shipping Explained 
  12. Magento Extensions Explained 
  13. Magento Themes Explained 
  14. Magento Pages Explained
  15. Magento Blocks and Widgets Explained 
  16. Magento Marketing Explained 
  17. Magento SEO Explained 
  18. Magento Site Management Explained 
  19. What's Next? 

A huge thank you to Nexcess

Magento 2 Explained was made possible by the support of Nexcess, who specialize in hosting Magento sites.

Since 2000, Nexcess has developed an outstanding team and excellent technology. If you're a Magento operator bent on maximizing revenue, then you'll benefit from their famous 13X performance boost.

While writing this book, we tested Magento on several different hosting companies, and it was very sluggish. We moved to Nexcess and Magento ran so fast that it was like using new software. I highly recommend Nexcess' hosting and support.

Check them out at Nexcess.net.

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About the author

Steve is the founder of OSTraining. Originally from the UK, he now lives in Sarasota in the USA. Steve's work straddles the line between teaching and web development.