August 24th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Magento is a powerful solution for e-commerce sites. Unlike WooCommerce, it is not a WordPress-based solution, which means you will have to learn a new CMS to run your website. It is still based on PHP and MySQL though. Whether you want to integrate Magento with WordPress or migrate it to WooCommerce, these 4 plugins have something to offer you:


Magento: lets you integrate Magento content into your WordPress site. It has a shortcode and a widget. [click to continue…]


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October 25th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Magento does not need any introduction. It is one of the most powerful content management systems for e-commerce websites. It is used by many reputable companies to host their online shopping stores. It works for small shops and established businesses. If you are planning to use Magento to manage your e-commerce store, you may as well take steps to integrate it with your WordPress install. That’s what WordGento offers. It is a free plugin that seamlessly integrates Magento into your WordPress system.

In order to get this plugin to work, you are going to have to provide it with the path to your Magento site’s root directory. It is versatile enough to handle multi-store Magento installs. Various elements of your Magento site can be integrated into your WordPress site using simple PHP code snippets. [click to continue…]

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