Related Products are other products that may be needed for the base product or will extend its use. For example, Take laptops as a base product, related products may be a mouse, a keyboard or a monitor. Related Products are displayed in the product view page. In this blog, we will learn how you can get, add and remove related products in Magento 2.
Maintenance Mode is a useful to temporarily disable a website to test the site before it goes live, or do maintenance tasks such as updating, fixing the bug, etc.
When your website is in maintenance mode, store visitors will receive a Service Temporarily Unavailable message in their web browser instead of the frontend store.
In this blog we will understand about files and folder permissions in magento 2.In magento File and Folder Permissions can be set using either the command line(terminal) or a file manager application provided by your hosting provider. Let’s see all the topics related to file and folder permission in magento 2 one by one as below.
In this blog, we will learn about setup:static-content:deploy command for deploying static content. All Magento 2 extensions are located in app folder, so there is no access to these folders from the browser, but modules have static content like CSS, js and images, so browsers cannot download these static files. So, static content deploy allows you to move the extension files to the pub/static folder to download in the browser.