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FAQs

  • Log in to your domain using SSH/CLI and go to the root of your store.
  • Run the bin/magento module:status command.
  • Use the command bin/magento module:disable Internal Module Name> to disable an internal module.
  • Run the bin/Magento setup:upgrade command.
  • Go to the root directory of the module you want to uninstall.

We can use the Uninstall-Module command to uninstall the PowerShell module directly, but it must not be in use, otherwise it will throw an error. When we execute the Uninstall-Module command, the module can be uninstalled from either the current user profile or the profile of all users.

A module is a logical grouping of blocks, controllers, helpers, and models that are tied to a certain business feature. A module contains one functionality and has minimal dependencies on other modules, in keeping with Magento's dedication to optimal modularity.

  • Create the module folder.
  • Make a file called etc/module.xml.
  • Make a php file called registration.
  • To install the new module, run the bin/magento setup:upgrade script.
  • Verify that the module is operational.

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