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I've been trying to override D:\Projects\PMM-M2\public_html\vendor\magento\module-checkout\view\frontend\templates\success.phtml by placing the file in my custom theme at location D:\Projects\PMM-M2\public_html\app\design\frontend\Perfectmakeupmirrors\argento-luxury-custom\Magento_Checkout\templates\success.phtml.

I need to change the line <p><?= $block->escapeHtml(__('We\'ll email you an order confirmation with details and tracking info.')) ?></p> to <p><?= $block->escapeHtml(__('Within 10 minutes we\'ll send an email to you with your <strong>%1</strong> and complete details.<br />When your order ships we\'ll email tracking information to you.', 'order'), ['strong','br']) ?></p><?php endif;?>

This is not happening. Is there anything wrong in how I'm overriding .phtml file in my custom theme?

Please help.

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The template path seems correct assuming you are using the correct theme

  • app\design\frontend\Perfectmakeupmirrors\argento-luxury-custom\Magento_Checkout\templates\success.phtml

Could you check within your code base to see if any other module is changing the template path, by searching for checkout.success

Example

<referenceBlock name="checkout.success" template="MagePal_EnhancedSuccessPage::checkout/success.phtml">
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  • Hi, I found the following references from 4 different modules. Jun 23 at 15:20
  • <block class="Magento\Checkout\Block\Onepage\Success" name="checkout.success.print.button" template="Magento_Checkout::button.phtml"/> <block class="Magento\Checkout\Block\Onepage\Success" name="checkout.success" template="Magento_Checkout::success.phtml" cacheable="false"> Jun 23 at 15:21
  • <block class="Magento\Downloadable\Block\Checkout\Success" name="downloadable.checkout.success" template="Magento_Downloadable::checkout/success.phtml"/> <block class="Magento\Downloadable\Block\Checkout\Success" name="downloadable.checkout.success" template="Magento_Downloadable::checkout/success.phtml"/> <referenceBlock name="checkout.success" template="Magento_InventoryInStorePickupFrontend::success.phtml"> Jun 23 at 15:21

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