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Accepting payment via PayPal

This is tutorial #9 in the Drupal Commerce tutorial series. In the previous article, we enabled Authorize.Net Payment Gateway for the site. This article will focus on PayPal.PayPal is easily the world's most preferred payment solution. Drupal has several competent modules that can handle PayPal transactions. In this article, we will be downloading, enabling and configuring the Commerce PayPal module.

Accepting Credit Card Payment via

This is tutorial #8 in the Drupal Commerce tutorial series. In the previous article, you learned how to enable Express Checkout on your Drupal Commerce site. In this article, you will learn about how to accept credit card payments using is a hugely popular gateway service provider that allows you to accept credit card payments from buyers online.By the time you are done with this article, you would have configured gateway settings as shown below:

Express checkout to increase conversion

In this post, you will learn how to enable express checkout to increase conversions on your site. It's a fairly simple procedure that allows the shopper to proceed directly to the checkout without visiting the Cart. This saves time and ensures that you are able to win the shopper's business quicker.

Reducing Drupal's page load times using Fastly CDN

If you have ever optimized a Drupal site, you must have heard that you should serve static assets using a Content Delivery Network (CDN). In this post, we'll go over how CDNs help in reducing page load times. We'll cover one CDN, Fastly, in detail. The reason being that in addition to caching static assets, it caches dynamic HTML content as well and since it's built on top of Varnish, it integrates with Drupal seamlessly. This post will cover the following topics:

Adding a Shopping Cart

In this article #5 of Drupal Commerce tutorial series, you will learn how to add and configure a shopping cart to your Drupal Commerce store.

Is Drupal Dying?

Two weeks back, I was over at eBay when one of the product managers we work with interjected "I will be really sad if 3 years from now, you are still stuck in Drupal."

Adding fields and metadata to product

This is tutorial #3 in the Drupal Commerce tutorial series. In this post, you will learn how to add fields and other metadata to the Drupal Commerce Product. In this specific example, we'll add description and image fields. This information will be exposed on the product display page so that it appears next to Add to card button. We will also enable user reviews and ratings.

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