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In Magento2, how to override the following template?

/vendor/magento/module-ui/view/frontend/web/template/messages.html

I found the answer Better Checkout Error Message Magento 2 and I copied it to the following place like the answer suggests:

/app/design/frontend/[YourPackage]/default/Magento_Ui/web/template/messages.html

but it is not overridden.

But the following another template under module-theme can be overridden by copying it to the following location.

/vendor/magento/module-theme/view/frontend/templates/messages.phtml

to

/app/design/frontend/[YourPackage]/default/Magento_Theme/templates/messages.phtml

I also executed the following command but nothing changed:

bin/magento setup:upgrade
bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

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You did perfectly.

just make sure there are no any 3rd party or cloudfare cache applied on your website.

If applied then please do flush/purge it.

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  • Thank you! I don't have much knowledge about our magento2 project or magento2 itself. But I have to quickly modify the file. Maybe something is cached or the file is not the file I'm trying to modify. Which directory or files or configs should I check to check if something is cached? And, is there an easy way to identify the files which are used in a specific page?
    – user_
    Jan 13 at 13:50
  • Please run php bin/magento cache:flush and check in private window. Jan 13 at 15:06
  • thank you. cache:flush was already executed. it seems i'm overriding a wrong template. i gave up overriding or finding it. but it was very helpful to know that i did perfectly.
    – user_
    Jan 21 at 3:38

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