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I'm building a little module on magento2 and I can currently access it at mysite.com/test/mymodule. I want to be able to access it at mysite.com.

How can I do that?

I've tried doing a URL rewrite in the admin panel but it didn't work, I either get the 'too many redirects' error when I put '/' as the request path, and nothing happens when I put '\' like another thread suggested. I've also searched how to do it by modifying my XML, with no success.

Can you help me ?

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You can configure default route from admin .

Go to Admin -> Store -> Configuration -> [ General ] -> Web -> Default Pages.

Here is configurations for home page.

Try to add your route as default route, or add your module content to Cms home page

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  • That seems to work very well! Many thanks! – Badong Sep 5 '19 at 12:55
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You should not add any redirect on it. It is called the Homepage by default.

You can do this work by 2 methods:

Method 1:

You can configure default route from admin .

Go to Admin -> Store -> Configuration -> [ General ] -> Web -> Default Pages.

Here is configurations for home page.

Try to add your route as default route or add your module content to Cms home page

Method 2:

You can follow the below steps to call data on Home page (Root)

  1. First create block, controller & template file. According to this link
  2. After that Call your module phtml file in the home page layout. You can Call Phtml file on CMS Page like this

{{block class="Vendor\Module\Block\BlockClass" template="Vendor_Module::block_file.phtml"}}

So after that Your custom module code will call on Root (homepage).

  • How can I find the path to my module ? this one (and the one in the link) aren't working – Badong Sep 5 '19 at 12:55
  • You will have to give the file path which you gave in the layout like this <block class="Mageplaza\HelloWorld\Block\Display" name="helloworld_display" template="Mageplaza_HelloWorld::sayhello.phtml" /> – DJ Dev Sep 5 '19 at 13:01
  • Found it, thanks ! This is going to be useful – Badong Sep 5 '19 at 13:56
  • @Badong If it is helpful for you please accept this answer. – DJ Dev Sep 5 '19 at 15:03

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