WhatsApp has proven to be a tool so valuable with all of the noise across social media — if you haven’t started building a WhatsApp marketing campaign, now is the time. That’s why we’re introducing Magento 2 WhatsApp Extensions: a new way to run your business on the go by bringing customer conversations, marketing workflows,…
High-quality extensions and themes that expand the reach of your store’s core functionality. Extensions make Magento a dream come true for beginners. In very short time there are vast collection of Magento 2 Extensions available in the official Magento marketplace, users find it very difficult to find the best Magento 2 Extension for the job….
Do you want to disable automatic admin notification popup in Magento 2? By default, Magento 2 sends an notification to inform you that your Magento 2 site is updated after security updates. Recently one of our readers asked if there is an easy way to disable this admin notification popup. In this Magento 2 tutorial,…
Have you ever wondered how Magento extensions affect your site’s load time? Magento extensions allow you to add features to your site, but they can also affect your website speed. In this article, we will show you how Magento extensions affect your site’s load time, and how you can control them more efficiently. How Magento…
In Magento 2, you will see notification about Dirty COW Linux OS Vulnerability. So what is this ? What it means ? Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) is a privilege escalation vulnerability in the Linux Kernel that can allow a local user (like a web hosting account) to gain root access to the server. This can also…
In order to reset the admin password from phpmyadmin in Magento 2, please follow below simple steps. 1) Go to phpMyAdmin 2) Open table admin_user 3) Run the following sql query
UPDATE admin_user SET password = CONCAT(SHA2('xxxxxxxxNewPassword', 256), ':xxxxxxxx:1') WHERE username = 'admin';
Here, NewPassword -> Replace it with your password. Thats it.
In order to retrieve version of any extension/module in Magento 2, you can use following code snippet.
$versionInfo = $this->_objectManager->get('Magento\Framework\Module\ModuleList')->getOne('Wallet_Version');
Here, Wallet is vendor name and Version is module name.
Recently I have found one solution to add jQuery calendar to custom frontend form. Lets discuss in detail. In order to add jQuery calendar to custom frontend form, we have to add text input field to custom frontend form. As per below code create one new text input field inside form block.
<input type="text" class="input-text required-entry" id="txtcalendar" name="txtcalendar" aria-required="true" >