In this tutorial, we will be installing Magento Community Edition v126.96.36.199. This is the last official release of Magento 1 created by Adobe back in May 2020. This Magento 1.9 installation guide can become handy for those developers who are assisting Merchants in migrating their stores to Magento 2 or simply for adding new features to existing Magento 1 installation.
The following guide is our second tutorial dedicated to Magento installation with Docker. Whether you are just starting with Magento or a seasoned developer, you should be able to install Magento 2.4 in less than 30 minutes after reading the next simple eight steps.
In this guide, we will be using the free Visual Studio Code editor with VSCode .env syntax highlighting extension and new Windows Terminal.
Cloudflare is a service (content-provider) that allows speeding up of the work of the Magento online shop. It helps to protect your store from the threat of a variety of harmful bots, blocking them before they “hit” the server (it has Built-in Security). This prevents the server from losing traffic and resources which in turn leads to speed improvement. Cloudflare uses CDN technology, a geographically distributed network infrastructure that allows you to distribute content to the end-users on the Internet.
Learn how to prepare your Magento 2.3 online store for upgrade. We have prepared platform requirements, command line instructions and post-update check.
Data migration is a common if unnecessary step towards e-store improvement and growth. However, data import can become a time-consuming and challenging task. So, in order to avoid unexpected circumstances like data loss or running over the deadline, it is essential to find the right migration tool or service to perform a task. Thus, let’s find out the main steps of Magento 1 to Magento 2 migration, as well as what actions to take before and after transfer.
It is essential to install Plumrocket Magento extensions (as well as other Magento modules) with Compilation disabled prior to installation. In this article, you will learn how to disable Compilation before installing Plumrocket Magento Extensions, as well as how to run the Compilation process after it.
In this article you will learn how to install the Plumrocket extension using the native Magento 2 Component Manager.
Before you proceed with the installation of Plumrocket Magento 2 Extension - please, make sure the Plumrocket Base extension is intalled. This is a system extension required for correct functioning of all Plumrocket Inc extensions.
In this article you will learn how to setup a cron job in Magento 2. Setting the cron jobs is an essential part to ensure the proper functioning of your Magento 2 store.
In order for your Magento to function properly, you need to setup a Magento Cron Job in your cron tab. Learn how to set up Cron Job in two ways: with the help of command line and hosting panel.
Before you install Magento, you must set up one or more hosts that meet the Magento system requirements. Learn about System requirements for Magento 1 and Magento 2.