[New Release] OneStepCheckout for Magento 2, version 1.2.037

version 1-2-037 One Step Checkout for Magento 2

ver_1.2.037 is bringing a couple of long awaited features: Feature: it’s now possible to control item quantities and remove items directly from the order summary area of the checkout page. Feature: billing and shipping address address lines are equal and can both be exploded to separate rows. Lots of other fixes to improve the extension… Read more »



Magento 2 showcase: 13 US- based online stores

US Magento 2 stores using OneStepCheckout

The US has always been a top market for Magento. According to BuiltWith, as of April 2020, the US account for over a third of all the Magento 2 installations with a penetration of approx 13,000 out of 32,000. By popular demand, here is a showcase of some of OneStepCheckout’s most popular US customers. Most… Read more »


Crisis Management: quick wins for Magento stores

online businesses crisis solution

The International Monetary Funds forecasts global growth in 2020 to plunge at -3%, vs +3.8% projected in Jan 2020. Ad spend from eCommerce sites doubled in a month, how can you survive? Here are a few tips to optimize your online store and get more out of your existing traffic. Read more »





[New Release] OneStepCheckout for Magento 2, version 1.2.035, supports Magento version 2.3.2

OneStepCheckout for Magento Compatible with version 2.3.2

1.2.035 brings solution to conflicting changes in Magento 2.3.2 and 2.2.9 where billing address related templating structure changed for default checkout and needed new ways to be managed and to be future proof from any other under laying template changes that core upgrades might introduce. ver_1.2.035 refactoring: magento-coding-standards verified refactoring: instead of free payment method… Read more »




Magento 1 to Magento 2 Migration: top tips from 13 expert agencies

Tips to migrate to Magento 2

Where do we stand with Magento 2 migrations? As discovered through the customer survey we ran last April, we extrapolate it to be approx: 60,000 stores who will stay on Magento 1 75,000 who are planning to migrate to Magento 2. With Magento 1 ending all support in 2020, we want to help our 20,000+… Read more »