Thanks to DSGVO some customers want to have a cookie notice: Magento has this feature already built in. You can turn it on in the backend: System > Configuration > General > Web > Session Cookie Management > Cookie Restriction Mode: YES Beside this you can define what the customer sees in the CMS block:
This is an old problem, quite a few security researchers already wrote about. But repeating things, helps learning them (especially me). In MageSetup [https://github.com/firegento/firegento-magesetup] we read posted agreements (terms and conditions) and compare them with all the agreements we expect. This looks like that: $requiredAgreements = $this->
I want to add tabs to a custom form in the backend. There are a couple of great tutorials how to add tabs, like from Inchoo [http://inchoo.net/magento/magento-grid-serializer-ajax-grids/] or Erfan Imani [https://erfanimani.com/intro-to-magento-adminhtml-layout-blocks/]. But I wanted this: And got this: The problem is simple -
I found a nice new, rarely trigger Magento bug. In one of our projects, we have an example file to create new products: data-upgrade-example-new-product-import.php Beside this we had data scripts: data-install-1.0.1.php data-upgrade-1.0.0-1.0.1.php data-upgrade-1.0.5-1.0.6.php Unfortunately data-upgrade-1.0.
I'm searching for exceptions containing logic, not only class ... extends ..., so I searched for a way to get the real file size. What didn't work # only lists directories find . -type f | du | grep Exception # lists files in block size (4kb) which isn't accurate enough find . -type f | du -a | grep