Jan 10, 2020 Update: UB Mega Menu v1.1.8 has just been released, packed with the newly added service layer for UB Mega Menu (MegaMenuGraphQL with GraphQL APIs ready for PWA Storefront).
Dec 31, 2019 Update: UB PWA Mega Menu has been enhanced with progressive skeleton loading pattern and newly added sticky menu.
Dec 20, 2019 Update: We’ve just updated UB PWA Mega Menu demo with incremental optimization and video content type demo.
For those who are curious about the things we are working on, here is a glimpse at our upcoming Magento PWA mega menu module called UB PWA Mega Menu.
For the past month or so, we have dived deep into early development of this module which is built on top of Magento PWA Studio. Although the module will undergo further development, we’re excited to share a quick preview of the features and demo to give you a general overview of the module.
Ready GraphQL based module
As you might know, GraphQL is defined as the main API to support PWA Studio functionality. You can check out this article to learn why GraphQL API could be an obvious choice against REST API in Magento 2 in the near future.
Our approach of UB PWA Mega Menu is to help build a flexible mega menu on top of Magento PWA Studio, so the module uses PWA Studio’s libraries -- GraphQL, React and many other technologies as part of its stack. Continue reading
The creation of different Magento 2 stores is a time consuming and costly process. What if you could lay one strong Magento 2 bundle that can help get you started with any Magento 2 project faster and more stable development?
With UB Trex Pro, you have a new theme and pre-integrated extension package that can speed up the development on the Magento 2 platform. It contains one core theme, built-in extensions, and theme helper covering essential Magento 2 theme elements -- many of which are easily extendable.
Here are five of the key improvements of UB Trex Pro that you are sure to benefit the most from: Continue reading
If you read our previous blog post, you will already be aware that Magento 2.3 is that latest major release adding great new improvements and impactful functionalities:
- Progressive Web App (PWA)
- GraphQL support
- Declarative DB Schema
- Asynchronous and Bulk Web API
- Elasticsearch Updates (Moved to Magento Open Source)
- Complete PHP 7.2 Support
- Multi Source Inventory (MSI)
- WYSIWYG Upgrade
- Page Builder
- Cache-Management ACL
- Google reCAPTCHA and Two Factor Authentication
Today we’re happy to announce compatibility updates of our Magento 2 themes and extensions that help get you started with both Magento 2.2.7 and Magento 2.3. You can find the official release note of the latest Magento 2.3 here.
Magento 2.3.0 Updates
- Nov 4, 2019 Update: UB Mega Menu v.1.1.7 has just been released which allows to restrict access to specific menu groups to selected customer group(s). Fully compatible with Magento 2.3.3.
- Nov 7, 2018 Update: Scroll down to see the new enhancement in the new UB Mega Menu 1.1.4
We just pushed UB Mega Menu 1.1.3 out with important new features.
For a massive retail store with a lot of categories and subcategories, how to create a mega menu with deep navigation options? And how are you sure your customers can easily find what they’re looking for in one place?
This update brings a simple solution by allowing for direct hover of each of the product categories to reveal its sub-categories. Continue reading
Nov 4, 2019 Update: UB Mega Menu ver 1.1.7 has just been released which allows to restrict access to specific menu groups to selected customer group(s). Fully compatible with Magento 2.3.3.
Nov 7, 2018 Update: UB Mega Menu ver 1.1.4 released -- making it easy to add thumbnail to each sub-menu item.
Sept 24, 2018 Update: New enhancement in UB Mega Menu ver 1.1.2 -- added dynamic width (%) option that allows to create full width menus. Fully compatible with Magento 2.2.6.
Aug 31, 2018 Update: UB Mega Menu ver 1.1.1 has just been released which allows to customize the mega menu title for SEO value.
If your Magento 2 store contains a wide range of products with many promotional deals to deliver, it gets a perfect chance to add a mega menu as it helps to organize and structure the store navigation in an intuitive and efficient way.
And this is where our UB Mega Menu -- Magento 2 mega menu extension -- comes in handy. Let’s dive in to see how the extension can give you an ideal solution for building your effective navigation system.
Effectively structuring horizontal and vertical menus for a large catalog
Easy to create both horizontal and vertical menus on the same page with UB Mega Menu
For the past few months, we have gone extra miles in developing and improving our Magento 2 extensions. Some of these extensions also compliment our responsive Magento 2 themes. The goal is to bring improved native features in our extensions and themes and make it easier for you to set up new Magento 2 stores.
Our eight Magento 2 extensions that are becoming must-have items for ecommerce stores trying to stay ahead are: Continue reading
Nov 4, 2019 Update: New enhancement in UB Mega Menu ver 1.1.7 -- allows to restrict access to specific menu groups to selected customer group(s). Fully compatible with Magento 2.3.3.
We’ve just released Magento 2 Mega Menu version 1.0.5 for Magento 2.1.8, which we think you are going to like. Technically, this update is not just a Magento compatibility release, it has been completely revamped throughout LESS/CSS code base. If you look back at the original code of the old version, you can see that, this update offers such advantages as easier and unlimited customization. The version 1.0.5 introduces an absolutely new default style and restructures all existing 4 styles much simpler. Overall optimizations are to make the extension run smoother with the latest Magento 2.
And you can try it right now here.
UB Mega Menu members, just head to your profile at Ubertheme to download the latest version 1.0.5 and follow our user guide here to keep you up-to-date on what changes we have applied to UB Mega Menu.
Below I’d run you through the new 5 default styles -- a very brief Before & After changes in the Magento storefront layouts: Continue reading
How do you make a person stay in your Magento site without their eyes squinting or brows meeting, looking as though he is about to analyze the most complex, deep and meaningful painting? With so many pieces of unsorted, and most often unsolicited, advice on how to improve site navigation, choosing the best can be as easy as walking on a field full of active landmines. That’s right, it is never easy. However, with the right points, proper prioritization, and appropriate placing this can be achieved. Indeed, navigation can either make or break your site depending on significant design and development.
“Out with the old, in with the new.”
If anything, that mantra would best fit the world wide web and everything linked to it. And why shouldn’t it? As with the fashion industry, when it comes to the virtual world, a lot of trends simply come and go. So with several months already into the year 2017, you might well expect that many of those web design trends that have debuted or been in season the previous year is no longer the mainstream these days.
You wouldn’t be far off mark if you think that way, but it’s also good to note that web design trends and fashion trends have a key difference; web design trends aren’t just all about visuals. So web design trends aren’t immediately rendered outdated and obsolete after a year, unless of course these designs no longer work for the majority.
Floating elements, hamburger menus, parallax scrolling—all these became popular for some time until better design options have become available. While these trends faded in time, the trend for mega menus continues.
Apparently, mega menus are still popular among web design experts and developers. Wondering why? This article will outline 3 key reasons your Magento store would benefit from having a mega menu.
But first, what’s a mega menu? Continue reading
May 10, 2017 Update: UB SportsGear is fully compatible with Magento 2.1.6. Download here.
This is the very first week of 2017, we at Ubertheme wish you and yours good health, happiness and success and always. Happy New Year!
To kick start 2017, we are excited to introduce our 6th Magento 2 theme -- UB SportsGear. The theme’s based on flat design, bold typography and a well-tuned placement of of promotional blocks, imagery modules. We think it’ll help you stand out from other online shops.
Even though UB SportsGear is best fit for a professional makeover for your sport apparel and equipment ecommerce sites, it is highly adaptable to various types of content, as long as the content comes along well with the energetic and sporty impression.
We took time to carefully apply all of Magento 2 core features with UB SportsGear iconic styles. Here comes a quick overview of UB SportsGear: Continue reading