Magento Themes and Magento Extensions

How to Install Magento 2 of Plazathemes

Posted on December 30th, 2015 | Posted by admin


As you know, Magento2 has been released full version on Nov 17, 2015. Magento 2 is an open source eCommerce R&D project facilitating the improvement of Magento Core products. With the new and improved features in Magento 2, developers will be able to offer functionality to customers and continue grow with the platform. In this post, we will show you how to install Magento 2.0.

How to add products in Magento

Posted on October 5th, 2015 | Posted by admin

We will show you in this tutorial how to add products on your Magento store in a few simple steps.

The first step is to login to the administrator back-end of the store:

If you have installed Magento under a subfolder of the www root folder for an example “store” you should add this directory name before the index.php. To create a new product, you will first need to navigate to the Manage Products page by going to Admin Panel -> Catalog -> Manage Products.

How to convert file to database in Magento?

Posted on March 10th, 2015 | Posted by admin

Magento’s session goes the same way at the underlying as other programming framework. Main concept of session is to store Data and used whenever required. It is always kept in one of the four storage infrastructures, consisting of Database, Filesystem, Memcache and tmpfs-backed Filesystem, which can easily be chosen during installation phase and is not cared by developers as well as end-users. Generally, we just see it as a key-value map, almost enough for programming. However, what differentiates Magento from its counterparts is that it introduces grouping to manage session data for different usage. Magento keeps all session data in global variable $_SESSION, an array from programming view and then divides them into independent groups with each group represented by an array encapsulated by a session class. Magento itself is equipped with three session classes for customer, core and checkout. One of the key concepts of Magento is the session either customer session OR core session. Magento can be fully customized the way we require. Here is how to convert file to database in Magento. Basically Magento provides two type of session management. Session can be stored in Magento in two ways

1.File based session
2.Database based session

How to speed up Magento

Posted on December 15th, 2014 | Posted by admin

Many Magento issues are caused by slow performance. The recommended way to speed up Magento’s performance is to enable its Compilation function.  The performance increase is between 25%-50% on page loads.

You can enable Magento Compilation from your Magento admin panel > System > Tools > Compilation.

How to disable Admin Notifications in Magento

Posted on November 7th, 2014 | Posted by admin

If you find the Notifications pop-up message as annoying as we do, here at PSD to Magento UK, then you might want to disable it. If you didn’t figure it out by now how to get rid of them we will tell you how.

Navigate into you back-end of Magento, and under SYSTEM > CONFIGURATION > ADVANCED, where you got listed all the modules, select DISABLE for the Mage_AdminNotification module.

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