Magento 1 Invalid Form Key

magento 1 login error

When login to Magento 1 Admin area, i get an error Invalid Form Key. Please refresh the page. This is because the value of web/cookie/cookie_domain set wrong. This should be the current domain name.

In this case, the domain name was different. To see the value, you can run

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Magento 1 Password Reset

To reset the password for the admin user in Magento 1 installation, go to phpMyAdmin, run the following SQL command.

In the above SQL command, replace PASSOWRD_HERE with your new password. If you don’t know Magento backend URL, you can find it in file app/etc/local.xml

In this case, Magento backend URL is yourdomain.com/2XwA5Vb6PW […]

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Magento 2 Unable to proceed: the maintenance mode is enabled

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When i visit a Magento 2 site, i get error

To fix this, login to the server using SSH, run following command.

This will disable Magento 2 maintenance mode. If you need maintenance mode enabled, you can run

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Install Elasticsearch 7 on Ubuntu for Magento 2.3

To install Elasticsearch, add the key

add apt repository

install elasticsearch with apt

Set elasticsearch to start on boot

Elasticsearch can be started and stopped as follows:

verify elasticsearch is running with

or with

if it fail to start, you can debug with

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Magento 2 Disable Two-Factor Authentication

Magento 2.4.0 come with Two-Factor authentication. Once you installed Magento 2.4.0 or latest you will be asked to setup Two-Factor Autentication. To Disable Two-Factor Authentication, edit file

Find

Replace with

Run commands

Now you will be able to login to Magento Admin with out setting up Two-Factor autentication. See Magento 2 […]

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Magento 2 list enabled modules

To list Modules in Magento 2, run

Example

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Magento Change URL

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Magento store website URL in table core_config_data. This is the same for Magento 1 and Magento 2. To see the current URL, in phpMyAdmin or MySQL command line, run

Normally this shows 2 entries. If it shows more than 2 entries, it is because you have more store configured in your Magento installation. In […]

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