For more details see how the Jet Theme for Magento 2 works.
Trendy, responsive, customizable. The Jet theme brings both stable store performance and stunning visuals to your Magento 2 store.
The compatibilities with other Magento 2 types will be added in further releases.
The Jet theme can be installed both manually or via Composer.
After theme installation, we recommend you to check 5 things to ensure the stability of theme work.
The Jet theme goes with sample data, for example, products, images, texts, CMS pages, etc. You can use Jet's sample data to replace the default one by Magento.
How to install sample data?
To install the Jet theme sample data, the first step is to run the following CLI command:
php bin/magento jettheme:sampledata:deploy --clean
This an important step that ensures the sample data is correctly installed, without mixing with previously created items.
After that, run the following strings:
php bin/magento indexer:reindex php bin/magento cache:flush php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy -f
That's it — the sample data is installed to your Magento instance.
See the examples of Jet theme's frontend looks. Please note, that all screenshots are made on the Magento 2 instance with custom sample data installed.
Catalog Pages are equipped with options to simplify product browsing.
Hide Filters - by click, it hides all product filtering options and frees screen space to enlarge product cards.
Compare - bright floating 'Compare Products' button always visible and reminds users of products they'd like to compare and buy further.
Back to Top Button - a green button with an arrow is visible at all times and enables shoppers to get back to page top in one click.
First step of the checkout — Shipping
Second step of the checkout — Payment
We also redesigned the 'Share Wishlist' action. By click, now a pop-up appears and allows users to share wishlists by email.
To configure the Jet Theme, please go to the Stores → Configuration → Jet Theme.
Allow Access to Style Guide at Frontend - set to Yes to enable the access to the Style Guide via frontend link. We advise you to restrict access to Style Guide in the Production environment.
For example, on the demo instance, the link looks as follows: https://jet-theme-m2.magento-demo.amasty.com/styleguide
The Style Guide is a comprehensive documentation Storybook-based tool that consists of font, layouts, elements settings. They are used to give a standardized look to the stores' frontend.
An example of a style guide is shown in the screenshot below.
Enable Sticky Add to Cart Panel at Product Page - set to Yes to enable 'sticky' Add to Cart block. It's 'sticky' because it stays in the same place on the page right, visible to users at all times.
Show Social Network Links Block - set to Yes if you want to display the block with clickable icons of chosen social networks in the footer.
Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter - enter full URLs of your social pages.
Show Newsletter Subscription Form - set to Yes to display 'Subscribe to Newsletter' block on the frontend.
Headline Text - enter the text you'd like to see as a headline.
Additional Text - enter the text that adds extra info about the value of a subscription to your newsletter.
Placeholder for Email Input - set the text that will be displayed as a placeholder.
Background Image - upload the image for the block background.
The Jet theme allows you to quickly customize the colors of your store. To do that, simply choose the colors you'd like to see for a variety of elements.
In this section, you'll find answers for the most frequently asked questions.
By default, if you are installing the Jet theme without sample data, all custom CMS blocks by Jet theme will be disabled.
It is made to ensure that no unnecessary blocks will be visible on the frontend.
To enable custom Jet theme blocks, you have to do it manually by enabling each particular block one-by-one.
To ensure the correct extension work, please check the following configurations.
Magento is running with Magento_CSP, no Varnish
Please increase the buffer size in nginx configurations:
fastcgi_buffers 16 16k; fastcgi_buffer_size 32k;
Magento is running with Varnish or any other proxy
Please, add to Proxy section the following:
proxy_buffers 16 16k; proxy_buffer_size 32k;