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  1. How to Configure Magento 2 Zendesk Chat Extension?

    Magento 2 Zendesk Chat is a complex solution that will help you to get closer to your customers and establish the relationship that will distinguish you from others. It helps you to provide lightning support for your customers and use the information you get from them to make your service even better.

    In order to configure Magento 2 Zendesk Chat extension take the following steps:

    1. Go to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Zendesk Chat.

    2. Enable the extension and Embed Zendesk Chat Widget Script.

    Note: Everyone gets a personal script. To find it go to LiveChat Settings > Widget > Embed the Zendesk Chat widget.

    3. Enable the Use Customer Data option if you want the customer's name,

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  2. Magento 2 Blog Canonical Meta Tags

    Magento 2 Canonical Meta Tags are tags used in the HTML code of the page in order to define the original content URL to avoid duplication issues.

    That is why it is important to set canonical tags for your Magento Blog pages to improve your blog SEO.

    In order to use canonical meta tags for your blog pages navigate to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Blog and find the Search Engine Optimization section. There choose pages you want to Use Canonical Link Meta Tag For.

    Magento 2 Blog SEO Configuration

    Once you finish don't forget to Save Config.

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  3. How To Check If My Magento Server Configurations Are Ready for WebP?

    In case you don't know if your webserver is already configured well and can use WebP, please follow these steps to check:

    1. Create a new testwebp.php  file in your Magento 2 root directory.

    2. Add this code to it:

    <?php 
    
    $errorSufix = '<br/>Please enable it in your hosting configuration or ask the server administrator to help you with this.</strong>';
    
    if (!function_exists('gd_info')) {
       echo ('<strong style="color:red">Error: GD is not enabled in PHP settings.' . $errorSufix);
    exit(); } $hasWebP = false; foreach (gd_info() as $key => $value) { if (stristr($key, 'webp')) { $hasWebP = true; break; } } if (!$hasWebP) { echo ('<strong style="color:red">Error: WebP option is not enabled in PHP GD.' . $errorSufix);
    exit(); } if (!function_exists('imagecreatefromwebp')) { echo ('<strong style="color:red">Error:
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  4. How to enable Blog Comments reCaptcha in Magento 2?

    In case you want to prevent scammers in your Magefan blog comments, protect your website and personal data and improve security in general you can use reCaptcha. 

    The following steps to enable the Magefan blog comments reCaptcha:

    1. Make sure you have the Magento 2 Blog Extension reCaptcha installed on your Magento Instance.

    2. Navigate to Stores > Configuration > Security > Google reCaptcha and find Frontend section there.

    Magento 2 Google ReCaptcha Configuration

    3. Enable Blog Comments reCaptcha in the Use in Magefan Blog Comments field.

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  5. How to configure CMS Block Restrictions in Magento 2?

    CMS Display Rules allow you to display CMS blocks to different groups of customers: General, Wholesale, Retail and NOT LOGGED IN. Moreover it enables you to set the date, weekday and even the exact time period you want the CMS Block to be displayed on.

    We are going to show you in this article how to configure CMS block restrictions in Magento 2.

    Follow these steps to configure the CMS display rule for CMS blocks in Magento 2:

    1. Navigate to Content > Elements > Blocks, choose the CMS block you want to create the display rule for and find the Display Conditions and Display Rules sections.

    Magento 2 display rules and conditions

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  6. How to enable CMS Display Rule for Static Pages in Magento 2?

    CMS Display Rules as a great contribution to your marketing strategy allows you to decide which CMS pages to display to different groups of customers: General, Wholesale, Retail and NOT LOGGED IN. Besides, there are other options that allow you to customize the display of CMS Pages not only by separate groups of customers, but date, weekday and exact time.

    In this article, you will learn how to configure CMS Display Rule for a static page. There is no need to tell you how to create CMS Page in Magento 2 because if you are reading this article you probably already have CMS pages you want to set the display rules for.

    In order to enable the CMS display rule for CMS page in Magento 2 follow these steps:

    1. Navigate to Content > Elements > Pages, choose the CMS page you want to create

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  7. How to Configure CMS Display Rules in Magento 2?

    There are plenty of reasons and cases online store owners might want to place the notification about some special offers or sales. Magento gives that opportunity enabling you to create CMS Blocks and display them on different pages of your website as well as create different CMS Pages. However, there is no option that would allow you to "hide" these or that block or page for different customer groups.

    Think about it.

    You probably have some special info you want to share with the wholesalers or VIP buyers that is not to be displayed to NOT LOGGED IN ones.

    That is why Magento 2 CMS Display Rule extension was created for. It allows you to restrict some customers' access to different CMS Blocks/CMS Pages.

    In order to configure Magento 2 CMS Display Rules navigate to Store > Configuration > Magefan

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  8. How to Enable Mautic API?

    In order to enable Mautic API log in to your Mautic Account and press the Setting icon in the top right corner.

    Mautic Dashboard

     Then, choose  Configuration from the list of settings in the flyout menu.

    Mautic settings

    Finally, go to the API Settings tab and enable the API option. Besides, enable the HTTP basic auth options in case your API uses it (e.g. Magento 2 Mautic Integration extension)

    Mautic API settings

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  9. Configure Mautic Integration in Magento 2

    In order to configure Magento 2 Mautic Integration extension navigate to Store > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Mautic Integration.

    Magento 2 dashboard

    There are 3 sections you have to configure.

    General

    1. Enable Extension.

    2. Enter Product Key which you can find in your Magefan Account.

    3. Set the Mautic URL.

    4. Choose the Authentication Method.

    5. Enter Mautic Login and

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  10. How to create Automatic Products on Sale Category in Magento 2?

    Creating a Sale category with all products you have special offers for is one of the best marketing practices. So, how can you create the Magento 2 sale category? 

    Magento 2 sale

    You definitely can add or remove all the products from the sale category manually or with the CSV import, but it is really time-consuming. Doing this manual job on a daily or hourly basis you lose your time. Every business has to optimize their processes to move forward.

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