In Magento Open Source, you have to follow a range of privacy security capabilities that satisfy legal requirements and industry guidelines for online merchants. Depending on your location, some are commanded by the Payment Card Industry (PCI), and other are restricted by law.
In this article, we will provide you some information about PCI Compliance, and the importance of setting up techniques to secure payment data.
PCI Compliance Guidelines
A checklist of prerequisites that allows payment by credit card online has been built up by The Payment Card Industry (PCI). Any merchants who can access customer credit card data must meet the following guidelines to maintaining a secure server environment:
Install and keep up a Firewall configuration to protect cardholder information.
For system passwords and other security parameters, don’t use vendor-supplied defaults.
Secure saved cardholder information.
Transmission of cardholder information across open, public networks must be encrypted.
Antivirus software must be install and regularly update .
Develop and keep up secure systems and applications.
Right to access to cardholder information must be restrict by business need to know.
Assign a unique ID to each person with computer access.
Physical access to cardholder data must be restricted.
All access to network resources and cardholder information must be tracked and monitored.
Security systems and processes must be tested regularly.
Maintain a policy that addresses information security.
When your business becomes larger, you may need to save an annual compliance report file. PCI reporting prerequisites increment in extent to merchant level. The annual compliance report is required for businesses that process more than 20000 credit card transactions per year.
Single store mode in Magento 2 is the store mode that you can disable all store view options and scope indicators. If you add more store views, the single store mode is overridden. By turning off all the store view options and scope indicators, you can rearrange the display when there is only a single store and store view in your Magento 2 installation. Every screenshots in this article were taken while we disabled the Single Store Mode to display the scope indicator for every settings.You can override the Single Store Mode, if you add more store views later. The Single Store Mode makes store administrator’s work easier and more simple.
In this article, we will show you how to set single store mode in Magento 2 admin.
Tutorial on set Single Store Mode in Magento 2
To set single store mode in Magento 2, follow these steps:
On the Admin sidebar, click Stores. Under Settings tap, click Configuration.
Under the General tab, scroll down to the bottom and open Single Store option.
Change Single Store Mode to “Yes”.
Click Save Config
Follow these step if you need to flush cache:
In the system notification on the top of the page, click Cache Management link.
Click the Page Cache checkbox
Set Action to Refresh and click Submit.
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In this article, we will introduce the Customer Accounts Scope and provide the tutorial on how to configure Customer Accounts scope in Magento 2 backend.
What is Customer Accounts Scope?
Customer Account Scope is a context of a configuration setting to apply the sharing option of customer accounts information in Magento 2 web store. Customer Accounts Scope can be restricted to the website where the account was created, or shared with all websites and stores in the hierarchy. This is one of the most important options in Magento 2 basic configuration, because the function allows store administrator to control the sharing customers account information with website and store in Magento installation.
To configure the customer accounts scope, follow these tips:
On the Admin sidebar, click Stores. After that under Settings, select Configuration.
In the Admin panel on the left, under Customers option, select Customer Configuration
Open the Account Sharing Options tab.
Don’t forget to uncheck the User system value checkbox, after that change setting of Share Customer Accounts to one of these following options:
Customer accounts information will be provided to every website and store in the Magento installation
Customer accounts information will be restricted to the website where the account was created.
Click Save Config after completed.
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In this article, we will find out what is price scope and how to configure price scope in Magento 2 Basic Configuration
What is price scope?
The price scope, or Catalog price scope is the context of a configuration setting to apply the price in Magento 2 web store catalog. In the price scope, the base currency scope is used for product prices that can be configured at either global or website level. If the Catalog Price Scope is set to the global level, the same price is used throughout the store hierarchy. If the Catalog Price Scope is applied at the website level, the same product can be available at different prices in different stores. In Magento 2 default installation, the scope of product pricing is global.
The different components can influence the price of the same product in one position and not another. For example, there might be additional costs to bring the product to the market and other decisions that affect the price of products sold in a specific store. This following picture provides a multi-website installation with the base currency set to the website level. The same product has a different price in each store.
In this article, we will provide the tutorial on how to How to configure price scope in Magento 2 Basic Configuration.
To configure price scope:
On the Admin menu, click Stores. After that under Settings, select Configuration
In the panel on the left under Catalog, select Catalog.
Move down to the Price option. After that, change the Catalog Price Scope to one of following option:
The Catalog Price Scope setting that you selected will display in price fields in your catalog.
Click Save Config after complete.
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Product Scope is the scope setting which decides the place where products are available for sale, and for each store view that the product information is available. At first, every product that you create is placed on the default website, store, and store view.
You can set the single store mode to hide the scope setting if you have only a single store with the default view. But if your store has multiple views, a scope indicator is displayed under the name of each field.
When you edit product information for a specific view, firstly you have to select the view that you want to edit by using the Store View control in the upper-left corner. Additional controls become available for any field that can be edited at the store view level.
The Product in Websites section of product information allows store owners to characterize the scope of a product in a multisite installation.
The process of editing a product for a store view is similar to including a layer of product information which is specific to the store view.
To edit a product for a different view, follow these steps:
In the upper-left corner, change Store View to the specific view to be edited. Click OK to change scope when you confirmed.
Clear the Use default value checkbox to override the default value. After that, fill the new value for the store view into the field.
Click Save after complete
In the upper-left corner, change the Store View to default
Follow these steps to verify the change in your store:
In the upper-right corner, click the Admin menu arrow. After that, select Customers View.
In the upper-right corner of the store, change the Language Chooser to the store view of the product that you edited. After that, find the product that you edited for the view.