I am installing one plugin for one WordPress website and there is the followed notice after the plugin activated: Current memory limit: 40 MB | We recommend setting memory to at least 128MB Although there is “Dismiss this notice” tip, but when you see this notice, which means the plugin may need more memory, so it’s […]
Multilingual website definitely will bring more positive visitors, which is the target for every website owner. But how we can make a multilingual website easily and costly? There are lots of wonderful plugins for WordPress applications, but I think PolyLang and GTranslate plugins are more suitable for my websites, which both are free plugins although […]
It is essential for every Drupal developer to know how to use configure and use Drupal through Drush as it is a very valuable skill.
Initially, you might have thought that you can add 50 variations to products in WooCommerce. This is not true, you certainly can have way more variations than that. The important part is “max 50 per run” (by default, you can add only 50 at a time) – what this means is, that you have to […]
To keep track of cart data, WooCommerce makes use of 3 cookies: woocommerce_cart_hash woocommerce_items_in_cart wp_woocommerce_session_ The first two cookies contain information about the cart as a whole and helps WooCommerce know when the cart data changes. The final cookie (wp_woocommerce_session_) contains a unique code for each customer so that it knows where to find the […]
I get this error “Invalid credentials for ‘https://repo.magento.com/packages.json’, aborting.” when trying to update via composer. Solution: Use your public key as username and private key as password from your magento connect account You can find public and private key at: https://www.magentocommerce.com/magento-connect/customer/account/
This worked for our 2.1 CE installation. Disable single store mode (admin>stores>configuration>general>general) Assign a store view to the CMS page. go to your cms pages ( admin>content>pages) edit the page which gives you the 404 message Set the store view to “All Store Views” save the page enable single store mode(admin>stores>configuration>general>general) refresh cache (admin>system>cache management)
A Sitemap is a plain text XML file that contains link to all of the pages on your website. It is used by the Search Engines to properly crawl and index your website. In Magento 1.x this option was called Google Sitemaps and was located in the Catalog menu. However, things have changed in Magento 2.
Setting the effective way to show your product listings will help to encourage customer buy more and customer will conveniently and easily find the preferred products.
SEO is still very important for current mobile internet age, especial for eCommerce. Magento is the best eCommerce solution, so it’s very important that how to setup Magento 2 SEO.