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Denotes the xml files used to define the block hierarchy which eventually renders the template files.

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1.7.0.2, this code <?xml version="1.0"?> <layout version="0.1.0"> <default> <reference name="after_body_start"> <block type="core/template" name="test1" template="test.phtml … "> <block type="core/template" name="test3" template="test.phtml" /> </reference> </default> </layout> outputs my test block three times. Reasons why it may show up in …
answered Sep 21 '13 by Matthias Zeis
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between the product list toolbar and the product list Add this code to your layout XML: <?xml version="1.0"?> <layout version="0.1.0"> <catalog_category_layered> <reference name="left … </blockName></action> </reference> </catalog_category_layered> </layout> This will move the layered navigation block from the left column to the content column without re-creating classes …
answered Sep 14 '13 by Matthias Zeis
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/layout')->applyHandle($handle); } and if ($page->getRootTemplate()) { $action->getLayout()->helper('page/layout') ->applyTemplate($page->getRootTemplate()); } Both calls happen after … layout handles like "cms_page" and the like are processed, so you are out of luck here. What you can do to change the root template There is an event cms_page_render which you can use for adding …
answered Jan 28 '13 by Matthias Zeis