How in custom created module to make the logic of receiving and displaying all links to stores. The display should be on the homepage.

I tried the solution that suggested Google search, but I can’t finish the solution, because I don’t know how to put all the stores on the homepage.

public function __construct(
\Magento\Store\Model\StoreManagerInterface $storeManager
) {
     $this->_storeManager = $storeManager;
private function getStoreData(){
    $storeManagerDataList = $this->_storeManager->getStores();
     $options = array();

     foreach ($storeManagerDataList as $key => $value) {
               $options[] = ['label' => $value['name'].' - '.$value['code'], 'value' => $key];
     return $options;
  • How many website you have? – Ranganathan Nov 1 at 8:33
  • @Ranganathan 5, but in the future, I want to automatically add there as new stores arrive – ann karsksya Nov 1 at 9:05
  • 5 websites and each website having stores? – Ranganathan Nov 1 at 9:12
  • @Ranganathan no, no, I have a main site and it has Main Website Store -> Store View1, Store View2, Store View3 ... – ann karsksya Nov 1 at 9:36
  • got it will update my answer – Ranganathan Nov 1 at 9:47

You can use default block for this Magento\Store\Block\Switcher

Call phtml file with above block with below code

<?php foreach ($block->getStores() as $store): ?>
    <a href="#" data-post='<?= $block->getTargetStorePostData($store) ?>'>
        <?= $block->escapeHtml($store->getName()) ?>
<?php endforeach; ?>

Note: Not only URL can switch the store, you need to set it in cookie using data-post attribute.

Call phtml file from xml like:

<block class="Magento\Store\Block\Switcher" name="all_stores" template="Vendor_Module::stores.phtml"/>

Call phtml file from CMS page like:

{{block class="\Magento\Store\Block\Switcher" name="all_stores" template="Vendor_Module::stores.phtml"}}

Call you phtml from theme.


anc call from cms block

{{block class="\Magento\Store\Block\Switcher" name="all_stores" template="Magento_Theme::stores.phtml"}}
  • I'm sorry I didn’t answer earlier. I understood correctly, if I insert your example in cms block, will I get all the links to my stores? – ann karsksya Nov 3 at 13:01
  • No problem....Yes.....You can place your phtml in you theme and call it from cms block. I updated the answer. – Ranganathan Nov 4 at 4:21

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