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A flat shipping rate refers to a fixed predefined cost for shipping which can be applied per item or per shipment, according to your preferences.

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Tax rates are generally applicable to transactions that take place in specific geographical areas. The Tax Zones and Rates feature enables you to specify the tax rate for each geographical area for which you collect and remit taxes.

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You create customer tax classes and assign customers to them depending on the type of customer. For example, in some jurisdictions, wholesale transactions are not taxed but retail transactions are.

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You create product tax classes and assign products to them depending on the type of product. For example, food might not be taxed (or might be taxed at a different rate).

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Setting up Taxation may take a while, because there are a lot of steps to complete.

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The following steps are the same for all product types. Subsequent sections describe the differences between each of the product types.

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Magento CE offers a variety of product types that enable significant flexibility when defining products. The following lists the available product types and their typical usage: simple product, grouped product, configurable product, virtual product, downloadable product, bundle product.

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What is Layered Navigation? Of course, you want the customers browsing through your site to find the products that interest them in the fastest possible way.

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This section describes the most important steps in creating a category.

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Understanding Scope Magento CE enables you to organize your operations into multiple websites, stores, and store views.

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This section describes how to specify shipping options. Configuring shipping settings and shipping methods enables you to provide customers a selection of shipping methods with shipping rates during checkout.

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You can configure Magento CE to send emails that confirm an order, invoice, shipment, or credit memo to both registered customers and store guests.

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The Store Email Address page of the system configuration makes it available for you to specify email addresses and contact names to be used when sending email to customers upon registration and at all steps of the order lifecycle. These email address are also used for sending error reports to the store administrator.

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Magento has a good system that helps you create orders from the admin panel which is really helpful in case you are having problems with other forms of creating orders.

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submitted on  25/03/2013

Magento indexes most of its data in order to access it faster. When you make changes to your store such as updating some of your products, you need to reindex the data so that the changes can show up on your frontend.

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Magento includes a backup tool that will back up your Magento database and regularly backing up your Magento web store is important.

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This information can be handy if you are troubleshooting an issue you may be experiencing or if you are looking for compatible extensions.

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Deleting the message notification is easily accomplished in the Notifications section of the Magento Admin Panel.

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submitted on  21/01/2013

Changing your password is a very easy process in Magento. We won’t require any email addresses or phone numbers, because we trust you.

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submitted on  17/01/2013

At this point, you’ve installed and configured Magento and you’re ready to log into your Magento Admin Panel. The administrator backend is where you’ll perform all of your shopping cart’s administrator functions. Continue reading

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