Hello there, Magento fans!

Hey hey! It's been a while since we last shared the Magefan updates. Are you ready for the January compilation of news?

Then, let's start!

We would like to begin with the new module that has been released recently. With the Magento 2 Zero Downtime Deployment extension you can forget about a broken website and increased bounce rates during the deployment time.

There is no need for you to lose profits or choose the most inconvenient time to run deployment commands when you can do this harmlessly with this module.


Magento 2 WebP Images —  extension that helps you increase your website loading speed and boost performance — is even more beneficial now. We have improved HTML tags style attribute background parsing and module compatibility with MGS themes. Moreover, we have fixed the following error:

TypeError: strtolower() expects parameter 1 to be string, null given in app/code/Magefan/WebP/Plugin/Magento/Framework/View/Element/AbstractBlock.php:69 .

We encourage those of you who haven’t yet updated to v2.1.1 to do this on short notice to avoid facing the same issues.

We were wondering how you can benefit from the Magento 2 Guest to Customer extension even more and came up with a new feature!

Now, except for “Convert Guest to Customer”, “Change Order Customer”, “Convert All Old Guest Orders to Customers”, you can subscribe converted customers to your newsletter during the conversion.

However, please make sure it is compatible with your GDPR/CCPA/LGPD policy not to violate any customer rights.


Social media are one of the main traffic sources to use to grow your online presence. And Magento 2 Facebook Open Graph is just the tool to make attractive and clickable posts.We have made a couple of changes to ensure the extension runs flawlessly:

- unvalid OG type "category" has been removed and replaced  with the "website" type

- entity_id field type has been changed from smalint to int(11) in the module database (DB) tables

- zero records from magefan_og_blog_category and magefan_og_cms_page DB tables have been removed


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