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block content twig

block content twig

Friday 14 February 2014 3:24:56 pm - 3 replies


I have a mystery I can't resolve in my template. I have my homepage template that I define in my parameters.yml :

ezpublish_legacy.Mysiteaccess.view_default_layout: 'MyBundle::pagelayout.html.twig'

In this template I define a block named 'content' :

{% block contents %}
         in Block Content:
 {% endblock %}

But I have nothing on my browser. But it's visible when I name it 'contents' or 'wathever'....

Is anyone now why ??



Friday 14 February 2014 3:55:13 pm


The block is supposed to be called "content" not "contentS" happy.gif Emoticon



Modified on Friday 14 February 2014 3:55:26 pm by Damien Pobel

Friday 14 February 2014 3:59:38 pm

The ezpublish_legacy.Mysiteaccess.view_default_layout setting is for setting which pagelayout tpl is going to be called for legacy content/view module. It should have "content" block  ( {% block content %}{% endblock %}) where the legacy module will inject the result.

The question is what are you trying to do?

Friday 14 February 2014 4:46:56 pm

Indeed I have a result with:

{%block content%}
            {%if module_result.content%}
                {{ module_result.content|raw}}
{% endblock %}

I'm starting a project on ez 5.2 so I don't need to use tpl in Front End (I don't need any legacy in FO?). As Symfony develloper It was strange to have no result in a block define in a template.

Your Demobundle will help me thanks.

About templating organization :

I have to siteaccess (hosts). So I created 2 specific bundle and on common bundle which share layout for article (for example). Do you think it's a good oraganization ?

What the difference if I define my routes in routing.yml  or if I define a controller and a template in ezpublish.yml ?

I hope my questions are clear.



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