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in my theme, I need to display either "in stock" or "out of stock" in detail page. it's shown by default. I needed to display it right after the title. in one line. I moved in stock inside title block. but the problem is, There is a <h1> tag inside the title.phtml file and I need in stock to be <span> inside that `'. I can't move further in XML. Can't edit title.phtml to put span because when I do, it will affect for the every title instances inside my project.

How can I put a span inside h1 tag and instruct it to only display when on a product view?

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You could create a new template (for example product_title.phtml) and only change the template in the catalog_product_view.xml of your module or theme:

<referenceBlock name="page.main.title">
    <action method="setTemplate">
        <argument name="template" xsi:type="string">path/to/product_title.phtml</argument>
    </action>
</referenceBlock>

This way only the title template for that specific page is changed and you can still just put your <span> in there.

  • Hi, how do I set the path? is it something like, "Magento_Catalog/templates/products/view/view_title.phtml" or should I use just /products/view/filename.phtml? – Joey Sep 18 '17 at 7:26
  • It depends, if you put it in the Magento_Catalog/templates-folder of your design, then just use the relative path. For example: products/view/view_title.phtml. If your template is provided by another module (for example, your own module) then you should prefix it. For example: Vendor_Module::products/view/view_title.phtml. – Giel Berkers Sep 18 '17 at 7:30
  • Something like this? <referenceBlock name="page.main.title"> <action method="setTemplate"> <argument name="template" xsi:type="string">products/view/view_title.phtml</argument> </action> </referenceBlock> just the relative path right? no need to put module name and other path elements? (if im working with current module in this question its catalog) – Joey Sep 18 '17 at 7:32
  • With this setup you have to put your template in app/design/frontend/[PACKAGE]/[THEME]/Magento_Catalog/templates/products/view/view_title.phtml. – Giel Berkers Sep 18 '17 at 7:36

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