Magento books we recommend

Magento books we recommend

Ashlee Muscroft

Learning Magento is difficult as it’s a complex platform. You’ll need to put in a lot of hours of reading and learning as well as spending time getting to grips with the physical practicalities of the platform to really make the most out of it. The complexity can seem a little much but it’s because of its full range of features that Magento is the most popular e-commerce platform around.

But how can you go about learning everything that you need to know in order to become a fully paid up Magento professional? Here is a list of books we have in the office, the ones we keep around as reference guides and the ones we learn from in order to become Magento experts.

Mastering Magento by Bret Williams

If you are looking for a handy guide to Magento, whether you are just starting out or if you’re a little more experienced, then this book by Bret Williams gives you a comprehensive look at the platform, covering everything from installation through to customisation with helpful step-by-step guides to everything you may need.

Magento PHP Developer’s Guide by Allan MacGregor

If it’s the development side of Magento you are looking into, this book from Allan MacGregor covers pretty much everything for devs, with lots of helpful information, tools and techniques to help any developer get to grips with the e-commerce platform, from understanding the core Magento architecture through to deploying custom modules and testing.

Magento Search Engine Optimization by Robert Kent

Search engine optimisation is at the heart of any e-commerce marketing strategy. This book from Robert Kent helps you to understand all about Magento SEO so that you can build website traffic, make more sales and help drive consistent growth to your website.

If you’d like to chat about Magento and its capabilities as an e-commerce platform, please get in touch with Elementary Digital today.

Ashlee Muscroft

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