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Display an image on bundle with Ez5

Display an image on bundle with Ez5

Wednesday 22 January 2014 9:14:17 am - 4 replies

Hi !

I've a question on EZ5. I've a Bundle (MyBundle) and I put an image on my folder : MyBundle/Resources/public/assets/img/logoHeader.png
Then, on my template I write this :
{% image '@MyBundle/Resources/public/assets/img/logoHeader.png'%}
    <img src="{{ asset_url }}" alt="logo" class="img-responsive"/>
{% endimage %}
I open my terminal and I empty cache and assetic:dump. But my picture doesn't appear...

My picture is ok on my folder web/images
I don't see where's my problem...

Sorry my english isn't always good :P
Thx !!

Wednesday 22 January 2014 9:55:23 am

Hi Stéphane

I never used Assetic image twig tag, but if you don't use any filter, why don't you just do the following:

<img src="{{ asset( 'mybundle/assets/img/logoHeader.png' ) }}" alt="logo" class="img-responsive"/>

This is the most basic way of using assets (see Symfony documentation on this). Folder mybundle/ corresponds to your public/ folder of bundle MyBundle. It's automatically symlinked when you run the assets:install command.

Wednesday 22 January 2014 10:42:47 am

Quote from Jérôme Vieilledent :

It's automatically symlinked when you run the assets:install command.

Salut Jérôme.

Thx happy.gif Emoticon

If I run this command (php ezpublish/console assetic:install --env=dev), I've this :

Command "assetic:install" is not defined.
Did you mean this?

--env=dev isn't supported ?

Modified on Wednesday 22 January 2014 10:43:24 am by Stéphane Savona

Wednesday 22 January 2014 10:46:50 am

You mistype the command, it's assets:install, not assetic:install blunk.gif Emoticon

Wednesday 22 January 2014 11:04:05 am

Yeah ! You rock happy.gif Emoticon

Thx Jérôme. It's ok happy.gif Emoticon



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