Author - Kristof Ringleff

Hi I'm Kristof the founder of Fooman. I will share some of my experiences gained from developing Magento extensions since version 1.0 here on MageBase.

You can see a list of all my open source and commercial extensions on Magento Connect.

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Reader Comments (5)

  1. Robert
    May 20, 2010 at 3:14 pm /

    Good tip Kristof. However, have you ever tried disabling the Magento Wishlist module this way?

    While it appears that the Wishlist is disabled, I encountered an error when trying to view the customer records in the admin back-end. So, I had to re-enable the wishlist module and use the Advanced Settings to just disable the output.

    Lesson is, when you disable a module completely, make sure you check both the front and back end site areas for issues.

    Bummer, eh…

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  2. Anatomy of Magento’s xml files
    May 27, 2010 at 12:08 pm /

    […] Tip: You can turn off an extension completely by changing true to false This works for all extensions. See also this related quick tip. […]

  3. Sofiane
    Sofiane
    May 18, 2012 at 2:25 am /

    Hy,, is there any way that we can setup a PHP file that will disable the module by just puting the name of module and run the script,????????

    as im facing conflict between 2 modules and always i have to disable one for the other one will display???

    Thanks

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    1. Robert Popovic
      May 21, 2012 at 8:37 am /

      There are ways to resolve extension conflicts. Just do a google search on “resolving magento extension conflict” you should find some good pointers how to deal with this.

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