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Magento launched its User Guide. It’s about time…

by Melissa Smich on July 20, 2009


As most of you all know, Magento is a popular open source e-commerce web application, which offers complete flexibility and freedom to its users. It’s powerful and feature rich shopping cart makes Magento a popular e-commerce solution amongst web developers. You may get more information about Magento and its functionality from here.  Magento recently released its long over due User Guide. This guide will not only teach you how to use Magento more efficiently but it will also help you solve your problems you may face while using Magento. It provides the site administrators detailed instructions to set up a store for managing products, pages and promotions.

You may review Magento User Guide from their official web site. Go ahead and read the table of contents or check out the free chapters of the eBook. You may buy it either as an eBook or order it in print format. If you are already using or planning to use Magento, this guide will save you lots of time and energy.

Do you know that, all web hosting packages include an auto-installer for Magento? It is a piece of cake to install and use. Also, our customer support team will be pleased to help you if you encounter any problems.

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Rusher November 8, 2010 at 10:20 AM

I was really relieved when magento launched its user guide way back when. There were so many times before that when I really needed one!

WrigleyF January 14, 2011 at 11:55 AM

Yeah, it’s amazing that so complex a program would go so long without a user guide.

PotsNPans February 17, 2011 at 6:49 PM

I didn’t realize there were any major programs that were ever released without a user guide. Well, better late than never.

Randy5 July 28, 2011 at 5:23 PM

I can hardly use a toaster without a user guide.

Texas2Step September 29, 2011 at 9:25 AM

Love that Magento auto-installer. I’m not sure I’d have the patience to learn how to install and use Magento otherwise.

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