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Monthly Archives: November 2020

  1. How to Exclude Some Image Tags from WebP Conversion

    Optimizing images is one of the first steps to website performance improvement. The best way to do that is to convert images to the modern WebP format with the Magento 2 WebP Images extension. WebP images are smaller in size from traditional .png and .jpg formats and that makes them load faster.

    However, sometimes there might be images you want to exclude from the WebP conversion.

    You have converted images to WebP format manually or just want some <img> tags to be ignored during WebP conversion? Please, add the data-webpconverted="1" attribute to the <img> tag as in the example. 


    <img src="image.jpg" />     —>    <img src="image.jpg" data-webpconverted="1" />

    Thus, once y

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  2. Remove Magento 2 Admin Panel Footer Information

    Magento is an eCommerce platform that provides a lot of features for your store development. It also provides a convenient and comprehensive admin panel with all information you might need. Some of this information is the Copyright, Magento Version, and Legal Information in the footer, accessible from every page of the admin.

    Magento 2 Admin Panel Footer Information

    Sometimes you might want to remove that information from the footer when customizing your Magento admin colors or changing logos to

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  3. How to Change Magento 2 Admin Color?

    Magento admin panels look quite the same. However, that is definitely not what you want your business to look like.

    To make your store admin as unique as your brand the first step would be to change the Magento 2 admin logos. If you have already done this, the next step would be to customize the admin color schema.

    Most often Magento admin colors are changed only with some code adding or updating. Magento 2 Admin View module though, allows you to do this directly from the admin with no technical skills.

    Isn't it convenient?

    Following steps to change the colors of Magento 2 admin panel:

    1. Go to Stores > Configuration

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  4. How to Change Magento Admin Panel Logo?

    Magento 2 admin panel is the heart of your store without which it simply wouldn't function. And your Magento 2 admin panel and website logos together are the face of your brand. To build your brand awareness you need to make sure it is represented in as many ways as possible. So wouldn't it be a great idea to customize the Magento 2 admin logo?

    Every Magento 2 store admin panel looks almost the same. Thus, in order to make your Magento 2 store admin unique, we offer you to use the Magento 2 Admin View extension. It helps you to customize your admin design and, most importantly, change the Main&Menu Admin Logos with no code editing.

    Following steps to change Magento admin panel logo:

    1. Navigate to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Admin View > Logos.

    2. Upload the Main Logo

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  5. Uninstalling Magento 2 Admin View Extension

    If you decided to remove Magento 2 Admin View Extension by Magefan, please follow the steps below, also you can contact our team for a free consultation in case you have any issues with Magefan's extension.

    Remove Extension Files

    Removing files instruction depends on the way the Admin View extension has been installed.

    1. If you can find the extension files in the folder


    then remove this folder.

    2. If the extension was installed via the composer and its files located in the folder


    then run composer CLI command to remove it

    composer remove magefan/module-admin-view

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  6. Updating Magento 2 Admin View Extension

    If you need to update Magento 2 Admin Panel View by Magefan, please follow the steps below. Note that the update instructions depend on the method Admin Panel extension was installed with.

    Update using composer (Method 1)

    If the Admin View module was installed via the composer (check if vendor/magefan/module-admin-view folder exists), then you need to run these simple CLI commands in Magento 2 directory:

    composer remove magefan/module-admin-view
    composer require magefan/module-admin-view ^x.x.x
    # replace x.x.x with the version you want to use
    php bin/magento setup:upgrade
    php bin/magento setup:di:compile
    php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

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  7. Magento 2 Admin View Extension Installation

    To install Magento 2 Admin View Extension by Magefan, please use one of these installation methods.

    Installation Method 1 - Installing via Composer (recommended)

    Please navigate to your Magefan Account > My Downloads > Install via Composer to get the composer installation instructions.

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