1. Magento Security Scan Tool

    Great News! Magneto has introduced a new feature -  Security Scan. This tool allows you to monitor your site(s) for known security risks from patches updates to malware and unauthorized access. Security tool is FREE for merchants and developers. 

    Security Scan is available for Magento 2 stores as well as for Magento 1. We have already setup it for and recommend you do the same.

    Magento Security Scan Tool


    Please watch the videos below to learn how to setup Security Scan for your store.

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  2. EM Themes Blog for Magento 2 / EM Blog

    If you use (or have used) EM Blog & News extension on your Magento 1 store, and now you're migrating to Magento 2, you can have a problem because EM Theme does not provide Blog extension for M2.

    Fortunately, you can use Magento 2 Blog extension by Magefan, what has a lot of features and it's free. Our team can help you to migrate all blog data such as posts, categories, tags, comments, images to your new store on Magento 2.


    Request a Quote Today

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  3. Magento2 Ultimo Theme Blog Link in Menu

    If you have already installed Magento 2 Blog Module v2.6.2 (or later) you can easily add a blog link to the Menu on your Ultimo theme.

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  4. bash: bin/magento: Permission denied

    If you run the CLI command:

    bin/magento ...

    and get the error:

    bash: bin/magento: Permission denied

    You'll need to add execute (x) permission to the file bin/magento.

    To do this, please run the command:

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  5. The Blog Links in SmartWave Porto Mega Menu

    If you have already installed Magento 2 Blog Module v2.6.2 (or later) you can easily add a blog and blog categories links to the SmartWave Mega Menu.

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  6. The most used Magento 2 Blog extensions

    Have you ever wondered that open Magento 2 extensions are the most commonly used? Based on the data from (the biggest php modules repository) we have created a list of top 3 often used blog modules on Magento 2 and compared their stats.

    1. Magefan Blog Extension

    It was downloaded over 31 000 times during Q1 2016 - Q1 2018. It already has 78 stars, 15 watchers and 47 forks on GitHub.

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  7. Restrict Login as Customer Permissions

    1. Navigate to Manage User Roles Settings

    Go to M2 Admin Panel > System > User Roles

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  8. Login to Customer Account from Admin Panel

    1. Navigate to Manage Customers

    Go to M2 Admin Panel > Customers > All Customers

    2. Use "Login as Customer" button on customers grid or in edit customer account page to login under customer account.

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  9. View Login As Customer Enterence Log

    1. Navigate to Log Grid

    Go to M2 Admin Panel > Customers > Login As Customer Log

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  10. Manage Magento 2 Blog Permalink Settings

    All pages of the Magefan Blog Module for Magento 2 use SEO friendly URLs.

    In order to manage Blog Permalink Settings, please go to the 'Admin' panel > 'Stores' tab  > 'Configuration'  > 'Magefan Extensions'  > 'Blog' and find 'Permalink Settings' group.

    Configure Magento 2 Blog Path

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