Follow the steps below to install the Zakeke extension on your Magento 2 / Adobe Commerce store
Place an order for the module through the Magento Marketplace.
Open a terminal and run the following command in your Magento directory
Note: If you’re using Composer for the first time, or if you see a Composer error, make sure that you’ve saved your authentication keys.
composer require futurenext/zakeke
Set up the module by running the following commands.
php bin/magento setup:upgrade php bin/magento cache:flush php bin/magento cache:clean
- If you run Magento in production mode, you must also compile and deploy the module’s static files.
php bin/magento setup:di:compile php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
Fianlly ensure that you run the eventual command needed to restore the file permissions
Disable your pop-up blocker prior to connecting your Magento 2 to your Zakeke account.
Here below you find guides on how to disable the pop-up blocker for most popular browsers:
Go to System > Extensions > Integrations.
Locate the line with
Zakeke Product Customizationthen click on Authorize
Click on Allow in the prompt that comes up
If your User account has not already been authenticated, you'll be redirected to the login page. Once logged in, you'll have a confirmation prompt to create the connection.
Get your authentication keys
During installation, you may be asked for a username and password. Provide your Magento 2 authentication keys.
You will also be asked to save your credentials. If you select Yes, Composer saves them in
If you’ve saved your keys and see the error
Invalid Credentials, update them by editing
~/.composer/auth.json or delete the file and run the
composer command again.