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Tag Archives: magento

Magento Can’t login to admin panel.

Magento is an open source CMS for e-commerce based web sites. Sometimes, there are problems logging into the backend of our Magento site, despite the fact that we have not changed our username or password. We keep on getting the error message: “Invalid Username or Password” We’ve tried resetting the password, but this hasn’t worked.  Full Article…

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How to clean Magento Database Logs to improve performance?

Magento is a pretty stable eCommerce system but the database is not that efficient as it should be.  A major performance boost can be achieved by cleaning the logs regularly. The outcome is that it helps in reducing latency of query execution and thus improves performance. Regular database cleansing can tidy up Magento database and  Full Article…

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How to enable error and exception logging in Magento?

By default, Magento does not register messages about errors and exceptions, so if something fatal happens, the sysadmins are usually in trouble as there is no log, error or debugging messages. To turn on the logging, navigate to System > Configuration > Developer > Log Settings and set the «Enabled» option to «Yes» To Enable  Full Article…

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Tweak magento website for a better performance

Magento is a popular open source CMS used by ecommerce based websites. magento website can be tuned and optimized for a better performance Step 1) by setting up magento caching go to the System menu and choose Cache Management. Select the following 4 options: — Configuration — Layouts — Block HTML output — Translations need  Full Article…

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.htaccess restrictions for Magento Installs

Contents/HOME/$USER/PUBLIC_HTML/.HTACCESS/HOME/$USER/PUBLIC_HTML/MEDIA/.HTACCESS   If you installed Magento with Softaculous, then the necessary .htaccess modifications will have already been applied to your site. But if you install Magento manually, then you will need to make the changes as described below. Paths are given as /home/$USER/public_html/ where USER is your cPanel username. If your Magento install is located  Full Article…

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