Everything about the Magento 2 Store, View, and Website

The Magento 2 Store View And Website


  • Magento store view works great for multilingual online stores.
  • It works in such a way that one store view per language in previous. But here it allows your customers to choose one or more languages.
  • This feature serves those who wish to have different themes and designs for their store.
  • Not only the multilingual supporting platform. It also provides predefined localized support.
  • In this store view, there is no specific payment methods and shipping methods.
  • There won’t be any changes in the category structure. It remains the same.
  • Finally, you won’t view the majority of reports based upon store view segmentation.


  • Each Magento website has a basic advantage of having specific customers. And order base attached to them, they are not shared.
  • It allows dividing customers and orders into completely different sets to manage.
  • Magento 2 website allows customers to choose any payment and shipping methods of their choice. This is to provide them a better shopping experience at each website level.
  • This website particularly helps to feed many prices through configuration settings. So it is possible to meet distinguished reach globally.
  • There is some key difference between the Magento 2 view, website, and Store. That is the whole store views share customer databases and orders, websites do not share them.

Magento 2 VIEW

  • Magento 2 Store view can manage all the goods and services that are being sold. All this through a single web domain under their store view.
  • This feature enables your customers to find their desired product faster on your site.
  • All shopping-related attributes such as check-in, check-out, and selective pricing. And add to cart option are all come with the installation.
  • You’ll have the total control of all your online stores under various store views and IP addresses.
  • Also, you can enjoy the same category structure for all your store views.


  1. Firstly, log-in to the admin panel
  2. Find and select the Catalog tab to manage categories.
  3. Now click on “Add Root Category” button
  4. Enter the title on the Name set, and dropdown to Yes.
  5. Then click on the “Save Category” button
  6. After saving the category, move to the System tab, and choose Manage Stores.
  7. Now, click on the “Create Website” button
  8. For the sake of Code, insert “example.com” once again.
  9. Press Save Website
  10. Then, click on the “Create Store” button.
  11. Pick the example.com for the Website from the dropdown menu. And for the Name, enter the Main store. Then, select the example.com from the dropdown once more for the Root Category.
  12. Click on the Save Store button and Create Store view to create a new store view.
  13. Move to the System tab and select Configuration.
  14. Now change the dropdown from Default Configuration to example.com
  15. In the end, just click on the Save Config button to save and start the configuration.





Ecommerce consultant

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

An introduction to rubber duck debugging technique.

Simplify your AWS security audit with Scout Suite (Python)

How to Get User’s Country and State in Unity

Fibonacci’s Italians Puzzles: From idea to reality… (Part 1)

[How-To] Install the AssetSonar Agent in your Linux Devices

Trainings for the Automotive Industry


The Tech -Impact

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store


Ecommerce consultant

More from Medium

9 Differences Between iPhone App Development and Android App Development


Backend Development