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How can I edit the parts\blog\extra_info.tpl

How can I edit the parts\blog\extra_info.tpl

Friday 25 June 2010 9:34:44 pm - 8 replies

I need to customize "parts\blog\extra_info.tpl". But I can't find it in visual/templatelist.

Any clue?

Friday 25 June 2010 9:39:25 pm

Hi,

If you are "simply" looking for the file location, see extension\ezwebin\design\ezwebin\templates\parts\blog\

Regards Robin

Friday 25 June 2010 9:51:28 pm

I'm using raw Ezflow 4.3.0

Friday 25 June 2010 9:57:42 pm

Robin.

I need to change it but I could not find it in Design Models (/visual/templatelist).

I have find it thru FTP, but not in admin interface.

Regards,

Virgilio

Friday 25 June 2010 10:05:01 pm

Hi Vergilio,

So the problem is solved?

Friday 25 June 2010 10:10:26 pm

Not by now.

If I change directly in the file I will bypass the overhiding process.

I need to access it thru admin interface.

If 'm I correct, please tel me why.

Thanks in advance.

Monday 28 June 2010 2:53:57 pm

Robin: He does not want to "hack it" aka edit it directly but override it.

Virgilio: You can still access visual/templatelist directly via url in admin, or re enable Design tab in menu.ini. It was disabled in 4.3 since it is not very well maintained and together with the webshop are going to be moved out as community extensions.

The way it is normally done is to copy the template you want to override to your own extension / design that have higher priority then webin(or the design the original file is in actually), and put the modified template in exactly that location + clear template override cache. Most of us work in teams so we need to version these files using svn / git .. and thus this is the way to go for us.

Modified on Monday 28 June 2010 3:17:31 pm by André R

Monday 28 June 2010 8:00:13 pm

Robin: He does not want to "hack it" aka edit it directly but override it.

Thanks André, missunderstood the questions, thanks for jumping in

Sunday 04 July 2010 6:28:53 am

Thank you guys for your support.

I realised that I can use debug templates not only to see the used templates but also to edit direclty there the one I need to.

This worked fine.

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