This section of the guide provides an overview of the resources that are available to you as a member of the Magento community. Youâ€™ll learn about the current release, and how to log into your Magento account.
Finally, youâ€™ll take a guided tour of Magento Open Source from two different perspectives, with links you can explore to learn more about each topic
To download and install the latest release of Magento 2.x on your server, see the Installation and Configuration in our technical documentation. The Magento installation can be deployed to run in either production or developer mode.
Some tools and configuration settings are designed specifically for developers, and can be accessed only while the store is running in developer mode. To learn more, see: Magento Modes.
The Magento installation consists of the following steps:
Set Up Your Environment
Get the Magento Software
Complete the Web Setup
To update an existing installation, see Web Setup Wizard in the System section of this guide.
To include the SKU and Product URL information, add the following code to view.phtml:
$server_baze = "localhost";
$korisnik_baze = "root";
$lozinka_baze = "root";
$ime_baze = "2019_oop_tut";
$konekcija = mysqli_connect($server_baze, $korisnik_baze, $lozinka_baze, $ime_baze);
CREATE TABLE `osoba` (
`id` int(20) NOT NULL,
`ime` varchar(200) NOT NULL,
`email` varchar(200) NOT NULL,
`godina` varchar(200) NOT NULL
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;
-- PRIMARY_KEY for table `osoba`
ALTER TABLE `osoba`
ADD PRIMARY KEY (`id`);
-- AUTO_INCREMENT for table `osoba`
ALTER TABLE `osoba`
MODIFY `id` int(20) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, AUTO_INCREMENT=33;
The main sections of the page are controlled, in part, by a set of standard HTML tags. Some of these tags can be used determine the selection of fonts, color, size, background colors, and images that are used in each section of the page. Other settings
control page elements such as the logo in the header, and the copyright notice in the footer. The Page Setup sections correspond to the underlying structure of the HTML page, and many of the basic properties can be set from the Admin.