Magento Commerce, 1.14.x

Magento 1.x Software Support Notice
For Magento Commerce 1, Magento is providing software support through June 2020. Depending on your Magento Commerce 1 version, software support may include both quality fixes and security patches. Please review our Magento Software Lifecycle Policy to see how your version of Magento Commerce 1 is supported.

Core Content

The Magento demo store has examples of core content pages to help you get started. Before launching your store, each page should be updated to reflect your message and brand.

  • Home Page

    Home

    The demo “Home” page includes a banner, an image carousel, several static blocks with links, and a list of new products.

    About Us

    About Us

    The “About Us” page is an example of page hierarchy with a content navigation menu on the left. The page has an image on the right, and another at the bottom to indicate the end of the page.

    Customer Service

    Customer Service

    The “Customer Service” page is another node in the page hierarchy. The two headers on the page have content that only becomes visible when the header is clicked.

    Reward Points

    Reward Points

    The “Reward Points” page is also a node in the page hierarchy, and explains how the reward program works, and the exchange rate for reward points.

     

    Privacy Policy

    Privacy Policy

    Your store’s “Privacy Policy” page should be updated with your own information. As a best practice, your privacy policy should explain to your customers the type of information that your company collects and how it is used.

    Page Not Found

    Page Not Found

    The “404 Page Not Found” page is named for the response code that is returned when a page cannot be found. URL redirects reduce the number of times that this page appears. However, for those times when it is necessary, you might as well take advantage of the opportunity to offer some links to products that the customer might find interesting.

    Enable Cookies

    Enable Cookies

    The “Enable Cookies” page appears when visitors to your site do not have cookies enabled in their browsers. The page provides step-by-step, illustrated instructions to enable cookies for the most popular browsers.

    Service Unavailable

    Service Unavailable

    The “503 Service Unavailable" page is named for the response code that is returned when the server is unavailable. This page can be set to appear when your store is in maintenance mode.