feedaty/module-badge2 2.5.0beta2

Feedaty Badge for magento 2

Type

magento2-module

License

AFL-3.0

Requires
Requires (dev)

None

Suggests
Provides

None

Conflicts

None

Replaces

None

FEEDATY BADGE 2

Feedaty is a social commerce site dedicated to online stores for the professional management of customer feedback. The service is provided through a platform Saas (Software as a Service) and may be activated quickly and easily through a short integration process.

REQUIRED MAGENTO MODULES

magento/framework: 100.0.* |
magento/module-store: 100.0.* |
magento/module-catalog: 100.0.* |
magento/module-customer: 100.0.* |
magento/module-backend: 100.0.* |
magento/module-rewrite: 100.0.* |
magento/module-bundle 100.0.* |
magento/module-catalog-url-rewrite 100.0.* |
magento/module-url-rewrite 100.0.* |
magento/module-cron 100.0.* |
magento/module-sales 100.0.* |
magento/module-translation 100.0.* |
magento/module-widget 100.0.* |

SUGGESTED MAGENTO MODULES

magento/module-theme: 100.0.* |
magento/module-ui: 100.0.* |
magento/module-cache-invalidate 100.0.* |

REQUIRED SERVER CONFIGURATIONS

  • php >=5.5.27 | php 5.6.* | php ~ 7.0.0
  • php-curl

INSTALL FEEDATY MODULE

Install from composer

1st) move to your magento root directory ```bash # cd /var/www/html/path/to/your/magento-root-dir


2nd) add http://packagist.org/ repository in your composer.json file 3rd) login as the owner of your magento filsystem, for example: ```bash # su magentouser

4th) require and install the package

 # composer require feedaty/module-badge2

Install Feedaty module manually in app/code

1st) Move Feedaty_Badge-2.0.1 directory in path/to/your/magento-root-dir/app/code/ and rename it Feedaty

ENABLE FEEDATY MODULE

Enable Feedaty module from backend

1st) Move Feedaty directory in path/to/your/magento-root-dir/app/code/

2nd) Clink on "System Config" in the left sidebar menu.

3rd) Click on "Web Setup Config".

4th) Click on "Component Manager".

5th) Enable "feedaty/module-badge2".

If a blank page returned, maybe you haven't a right configuration in your Magento installation. Check for permission in /var/www/path/to/your/magento-root-dir/var directory. If the apache error log report a permission denied on var directory, run command:


# chown -R apache:apache

if your server run on Centos

or if your server run on Debian/Ubuntu:


# chown -R www-data:www-data on "path/to/your/magento-root-dir/var"

to let apache get the permission to write cache.

enable module from Magento console

1st) login with the own of the magento installation for example:

 # su magentouser

now enter below commands:


# cd /var/www/path/to/your/magento-root-dir # bin/magento module:enable Feedaty_Badge

console ask to run setup:di:compile command, some times you can avoid enter this command if you enter "setup:di:compile" command, don't forget to check permissions to "path/to/your/magento-root-dir/var" directory, otherwise a zend exeption rise because magento can't write cache in var directory.

DISABLE FEEDATY MODULE

Disable feedaty module from backend

same procedure like enabling, when you arrive in "component manager", select "Disable" and save your configuration.

Disable feedaty module from Magento Console.

1st) login with the own of the magento installation, after you must enter below commands:


# cd /var/www/path/to/your/magento-root-dir # bin/magento module:disable Feedaty_Badge

to clear static contents you can append "--clear-static-contents" in module:disable command If you append "--clear-static-contents" don't forget to run


# bin/magento setup:di:compile # bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

SETUP/CONFIG FEEDATY WIDGETS

To setup Feedaty Widgets follow these steps;

1st) Click on "Stores" in the left-side bar menu.

2nd) Click on "Configurations".

3rd) Insert Feedaty merchant codes and Feedaty merchant secrets on relative stores .

4th) Select preferences aboute module design, and set on enable widgets and/or product reviews.

INFOS AND CONTACTS

www.zoorate.com www.feedaty.com

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