Posted on Jan 3, 2018
Every store needs a contact form to allow consumers to approach store owners with ease. A good contact form although, is easier said than done. You may think a little piece of code from the internet would do the trick, but allow us to forewarn you of the security implications that an inefficient Contact Form could have on your store! An ill-built contact form is a very first doorway for hackers to take control of your store. So what’s the solution?
Posted on Dec 16, 2017
If you’re still on the fence regarding incorporating Social Login for your Magento eCommerce Store, we’re going to give you some very useful insights in this post. You absolutely need social log-in/sign-up enabled on your Magento Store regardless of your consumer demographics! We’ll also tell you how to accomplish social sign-up/log-in on your store – in a jiffy!
Hey there folks! Have you wondered why there’s a weird string appended to your Magento store’s admin URL? In this blog we’re going to tell you why that string exists and some dos & don’ts of messing with that string.We’re also going to tell you how you can achieve this the DIY way! So read on to find out under what circumstances you can change your Magento 2 Admin panel URL, and how you can do it yourself.
Did you know that adding Google reCaptcha in Magento 2 is just a matter of including an external PHP library? Today we worked on aclient requirement to include Google reCaptcha in the contact forms of his Magento online store. Captcha is an essential feature for any and every contact form in your website since it keeps the spammers and bots away from our inbox. Do you have a similar requirement? Read on to know the DIY way of achieving this. Alternatively, keep your hands off the code and hire a developer from VelanApps.
Hello there! What’s a website without menus? In contemplative times with my coffee, I do think that one day we might get to a WWW revolution wherein clever UI finds a way to browse a website without a menu, but we’re quite far from that. Unless that happens, creating menus is perhaps the best way to navigate through a website. When you’re working on a new Magento 2 module, a menu becomes inevitable in order to link/navigate to your module’s new layouts.
Do you have a Magento store with a set of functionalities that you wish were a little different? Most Magento store owners who’re on the DIY juggernaut, do not meddle with the Magento models unless they’re programming whizzes. But here’s good news for you –follow our blog written by programming whizzes, try a few of our tutorials in here and you’ll soon be rocking programming on your Magento online store!
Hello folks! It’s been quite a busy time for us techies at Velan. Recently we helped a client add some customizations and extend the core functionalities of Magento 2. I thought I’d share a tip or two on how to Override Core JS files of Magento 2.
Magento, one of the most stable ecommerce systems has released its most awaited version – Magento 2. The fascination for Magento 2 has already begun and developers have started digging into the Magento 2 folders to learn various things. Most commonly, novice developers use WAMP server for learning as well as development. This post is about setting up the server configurations and installing Magento 2 in WAMP server.
Hi folks. Our previous post was about configuring the WAMP server and installing Magento 2. That’s all what is needed for a basic user. For a developer who is striving to get their hands dirty on Magento coding, the rudimentary step would be to develop a 'Hello World' module. Yes, today we are going to dive into the coding part and say hello to the world in Magento 2 style.