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Commerce Storefront

The following guide is intended as an introduction to the OroCommerce default storefront. It illustrates how to navigate, browse and interact with the store.

Sample Storefront



Navigate the left-panel menu to find the content you are interested in, or use the search bar above.

If you are working with the OroCommerce application with demo data, you can explore all the features and capabilities that the storefront provides with preconfigured list of customers, products, submitted orders, the structured master and web catalogs. For that, sign into the storefront using one of the predefined demo user roles, such as a guest user, a buyer (use both as your login and password), or a manager (use both as your login and password).

Before you proceed, consider watching the following media library tutorials:

  • Set Up Your Website Storefront – Buyer’s Perspective. It guides you through the storefront features and possibilities available in the storefront to both guest and authenticated users. The highlights of this video tutorial include:

    • Key elements of the storefront interface (storefront menu, navigation, and search bars).

    • Step-by-step guest checkout.

    • Benefits of the My Account menu that enables buyers to view and manage their personal data, track submitted orders, quotes, and RFQs.

    • User registration and sign in.

  • To get insights into the advanced capabilities and permissions a company administrator has in the storefront, watch the Exploring Storefront Possibilities as a Company Administrator. After watching this tutorial, you’ll be able to:

    • Create a new role and assign it permissions with different data access levels.

    • Submit and cancel reorders for buyers.

    • Create and manage new buyer accounts.

    • Enable and disable user accounts.

    • Collect statistics on orders and quotes.

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