Magento 2 product image size and other image options are defined in <theme_dir>/etc/view.xml. Themes located in app/design/frontend/<Vendor>/ folder. But magento built-in themes can be located in vendor/magento/theme-frontend-<theme_code> when you install it from the composer repository. /etc/view.xml contains images configuration for all storefront product images and thumbnails. This file is required for a theme, but optional […]read more
Slider Revolution gives you ability to create attractive content for any page in magento 2. It can be used in cms pages, category listings, product pages etc. You have several ways of intergration including shortcode for cms pages/blocks, xml code for layout files and plain php. Today we will learn how to add slider to […]read more
Yesterday, 22nd of November 2017 — we have released the new version 188.8.131.52 of Magento 1 and Magento 2 Slider Revolution Extension. In this update of Magento Slider Revolution we resolved compatibility issues with new 2.2+ versions of Magento 2 platform, added new feature and of cause patches & fixes for bugs we have done […]read more
Magento 2 developments involve strong usage of models concept. Usually magento models loaded by primary field. However, if you need to load it using non-primary unique field there are several methods to do it. To illustrate examples below lets assume that we have created tables sliders with primary index slider_id and unique index alias. Model, […]read more
Magento 2 development could raise a lot of questions. And if you see blank screen you and don’t know how to diagnose error this article is definitely for you. Basically there are 3 variants of errors….read more
In this guide you will learn how to install Slider Revolution Magento 2 extension. For this operation we will need our extension package and shell access to server with your Magento 2 installation. First you need to upload extension files to the root of your Magento 2 e-commerce installation. Once uploaded you will see extension […]read more
You can install module in magento in two ways: via composer and manual installation. If you no longer need a certain extension you may wish to uninstall it.
If you installed it manually…
<link src="http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Montserrat" src_type="url" />
But as a result it is not working. Correct code is
<link src="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Montserrat" src_type="url" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
It wont work without additional parameters. Google fonts used in our tutorial for Slider Revolution: […]read more
If you enabled one or more modules, then you will need to run magento setup:upgrade to update the database schema.
php bin/magento module:enable Nwdthemes_Module
php bin/magento setup:upgrade
First line simply adds your module to the app/etc/config.php. Please note that your magento will crash until you run second command. Second line trigger setup scripts of all Magento modules that needs setup. Current […]read more