Magento 2 heavily relies on the php.ini setting to make 100% sure that magento will run without any error. While installing magento 2 you may encounter "Readiness Check" Errors. The reasons for those errors are either you have not created local php.ini file for your project in the project folder or magento is unable to … Continue reading Fixing Magento 2 Readiness Check by local php.ini
Base Dir /htdocs/magento App Dir /app/ Code Dir /app/code Design Dir /app/design ETC Dir /app/etc Lib Dir /lib Locale Dir /app/locale Media Dir /media Skin Dir /skin Var Dir /var Tmp Dir /var/tmp Cache Dir /var/cache Log Dir /var/log Session Dir /var/session Upload Dir /media/upload Export Dir /var/export Module Specific Directories
Get Base Url : Get Skin Url : (a) Unsecure Skin Url : (b) Secure Skin Url : Get Media Url : Get Js Url : Get Store Url : Get Current Url Get Url in cms pages or static blocks Get Base Url : Get Skin Url : Get Media Url : Get Store … Continue reading Magento get urls
Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /app/code/core/Mage/ImportExport/Model/Export/Entity/Product.php on line 873 If you are getting above error while exporting products in Magento 1.7.X The fix is simple. Open this file /app/code/core/Mage/ImportExport/Model/Export/Entity/Product.php and go to line number 873. It should be working now.
Magento is yet a powerful opensource e-commerce solution. It allows you create multiple stores inside single installation. You can then point each of store to a new url. Lets start with multi store creation. Step 1: Create Category for new store Magento needs root category for the store, you can either create new store category … Continue reading Magento Creating Multi Stores on Different Domains
Magento is widely used as a powerful e-commerce platform, hence it is popular and widely used there are more hacks and malware created from outside world to attack magento to steal information or redirecting users to advertisement pages. Here I will tell you how you can protect your magento installation files, there are other steps … Continue reading How to secure you Magento installation from possible hacks
That is possible due to mod rewrite not working properly To solve this check either mod_rewrite is enabled if enabled then check your virtual host file and change it to following Often virtualhost file contains AllowOverride none that actually restricts magento .htacess files to execute. You need to put it to AllowOverride all.