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Extra code on the screen

Does anybody know how to remove the unnecessary code on the checkout screen?(marked in yellow on the picture).

The code for this block is:

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Hope somebody could help me, thanks!

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  • Please provide specifics. Even if we can infer, note what step of the checkout this is (payment method I presume), what version of Magento you're using, and if you're using a custom checkout extension. Nov 25 '14 at 21:48
  • Also, this looks like a custom payment method, perhaps added by some extension -- that would be useful to note, but beware that support for specific extensions around here does not churn out positive feedback. Nov 25 '14 at 21:49
  • Thanks, It is a exstension for part payment invoice. Also its running on magento vs 1.7.0.2. .
    – Charly
    Nov 25 '14 at 21:57
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It looks like the payment form block is calling $this->htmlEscape() on something that it shouldn't.

Assuming this is a payment method from an extension, and assuming it was written to properly extend from Mage_Payment_Model_Method_Abstract, then you can find its block (and possibly template) by finding its model.

Example: app/code/community/Klarna/Modulename/Model/Method/Paymentmethodname.php

You would hopefully see some protected properties at the top, eg:

protected $_formBlockType = 'payment/form_paymentmethodname';
protected $_infoBlockType = 'payment/info_paymentmethodname';

The form block is an alias for:

app/code/community/Klarna/Modulename/Block/Form/Paymentmethodname.php

Open that up to hopefully see something this:

...
protected function _construct()
{
    parent::_construct();
    $this->setTemplate('payment/form/paymentmethodname.phtml');
}
...

And there's your template. Open that template up and look for calls to $this->htmlEscape() on some price markup or block.

That's as close as I can get to helping you. Your question is unfortunately a bit too broad.

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