Fix m-crypt module open is deprecated
Sunday, 13 August 2017 / Published in Magento Development, Magento Information
If you're like me, you prefer to keep things updated as often as possible. Besides, keeping things updated is a part of preventing security breaches and taking advantage of bug fixes. Unfortunately, this can cause a headache with Magento 2. The issue Magento 2 fails to load and reports 1 exception(s):Exception #0 (Exception): Deprecated Functionality:
How to fix Magento 1.x checkout after upgrading to or
Sunday, 06 August 2017 / Published in Magento Development
The fix to this issue is because the form key validation is missing on check out. You can view the fix here How to fix Magento checkout after upgrading
Prerequisites This is part 1 of a series of steps that I take to speed up Magento. With these steps, I've managed to get a Magento website to load all elements in under 3 seconds. Visually, it appears to be less than 1 second. I've also chopped the loading speed of client websites in half. (Note:
Prerequisites Thank you for visiting my blog. First, I'd like to point out that this guide does not apply to cloud hosted websites such as Shopify or big commerce. What are expires headers Expires headers tell the browser, which elements of a website to keep in the browser cache and for how long. Every time
After you've upgraded to Magento version have you noticed that your check out just sits on billing information and doesn't proceed to the shipping options? Apparently, the Magento team discovered a security issue and added form key validation on check out. What are form keys? Form keys help prevent Cross Site Request Forgery attacks on Magento
Utilizing expires headers is an important part of optimizing your website. At times it can be tricky. Apache2 configuration syntax is extremely particular. I've gathered a few items to check when you've experienced this issue. 1. Server logs When troubleshooting anything with Apache 2, your first step should be checking the apache error log. The
500 Internal Server Error
Sunday, 16 July 2017 / Published in Full Stack Web Development, Web Hosting
Quick Introduction Recently I was optimizing a client website on a development server. Typically when optimizing I'll start with going through .htaccess and ensuring that it’s set up for the best web performance. I will typically spend the most time with Expires headers. Every website will respond to expires headers differently which is the reason