I am working on a Magento 2.1.7 shop. To achieve this, I have created a child-theme of Magento Blank.

On the cart page, I have moved the cart totals below the cart products:

<move element="cart.summary" destination="checkout.cart.items" after="checkout.cart.form"/>

I had wrapped the cart products in a Bootstrap panel:

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Now I need to end the panel after the cart totals and all the following elements. So I need to know: What is the .phtml file containing the code below?

<div class="cart-summary">
 // More code here

Or, alternatively, I just want to move the cart summary so that my page turns into:

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That div with "cart-summary" class is not actually a phtml file. It is a container defined in checkout_cart_index.xml like this <container name="cart.summary" label="Cart Summary Container" htmlTag="div" htmlClass="cart-summary" after="-">.

Inside this container you can find some blocks and some of them are rendered using knockout js. If you want to add more code inside that div, just add more blocks inside the container like this:

<referenceContainer name="cart.summary">
    <block name="cart.summary.custom.block" class="My\Module\Block\Class" template="cart/template.phtml" />

Please let me know if you have any other questions.

  • So, are you saying that there is no .phtml file with this code <div class="cart-summary"> // More code here </div>? Feb 23 '18 at 10:38
  • Yes. as you can see, in the container signature there is a htmlTag property with div value and a htmlClass property with cart-summary value which generates the <div class="cart-summary"></div> element. All the code inside this div is rendered by the blocks defined inside the container in layout file.
    – George M
    Feb 23 '18 at 11:32
  • How do I move it inside <div class="panel-body"></div>? Feb 23 '18 at 11:58
  • Try to move Bootstrap panel code inside module-checkout/view/frontend/templates/cart.phtml. In this way, all the content from cart page will be wrapped, from cart items to summary. There you can decide if you want to wrap the cart when it is empty or not.
    – George M
    Feb 23 '18 at 12:13
  • The <div class="panel-body"> closes too... early and does not include the cart summary. Feb 23 '18 at 13:05

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