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

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For products you can use the "Update attributes" mass action ("Select all" selects all products, not only the currently visible page): Then update the page layout to "No layout update": …
answered Dec 18 '15 by Fabian Schmengler
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loadLayout() loads the layout XML for the layout handles <default> and <admin_brandLogo_index> (the route name for this controller action). These handles can be defined in any XML files in app/design … /adminhtml/default/default/layout (i.e. in the theme, or its parent theme). From this merged XML it generates a hierarchy of blocks. It executes everything defined in these XML files: instantiates …
answered Mar 19 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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Are these just examples of the magic methods Yes. If you find setSomething as layout action, search the blocks and templates for getSomething to see where it is used: getSortBy how does one … getCurrentOrder() which is the value from your layout XML, returns an array, comma separated list or however you want to define it, apply the multiple sort order to the collection: You can call $collection->setOrder($field, $direction); two times with different fields to order by both fields. …
answered Oct 30 '15 by Fabian Schmengler
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The only difference between this block and the original block is that it excludes all but the base image: if ($image['disabled'] && !$this->_isBaseImage($image, $product)) { continue; } So it l …
answered Mar 10 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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A theme has to be structured as "package/theme". So instead of app/frontend/boot and skin/frontend/boot it should be app/frontend/boot/default and skin/frontend/boot/default Then to use the theme, c …
answered Apr 6 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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any block is instantiated, and it will merge into the first block that it finds by this name, which is the one that is later removed. You should know that the layout is generated in two steps: load …
answered Mar 23 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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The layout handle is {route}_{controller}_{action} In your case this is: Acer_Laptop_check_basic, not aspire_check_basic and also not basic_check Note that aspire is the front name, which only …
answered Jul 16 '15 by Fabian Schmengler
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append appends an existing block that is referenced by name, to a new parent. It can be used to move a block to another location or to duplicate it. <block> always creates a new block.
answered Jul 16 '15 by Fabian Schmengler
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Moving existing blocks can be done with the insert or append actions. Reference the new parent and use the block name as parameter. Example <reference name="product.info"> <action method="append …
answered Jan 4 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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$this->getLayout() is a shortcut for Mage::getSingleton('core/layout'), so technically there is no difference. But note that, Mage::getSingleton('core/layout') works everywhere, while $this->getLayout() only works in controllers or blocks, i.e. classes that implement this shortcut method. …
answered Sep 1 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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This is tricky and I don't have a solution, but some hints: The layout handles (this is the term for what you called "layout block") are loaded and merged in Mage_Core_Model_Layout_Update before they … could only imagine a solution with an extended layout model, where you preprocess the XML coming from the default handle before it is merged. Then you could for example add an additional parameter to …
answered Apr 14 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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specific handle, that means your block is added before the catalog navigation block even exists. You need to move it down afterwards, in the category layout handles. Add this code …
answered Jan 16 '16 by Fabian Schmengler
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unfortionately the block does not have an alias in the original theme layout. You will need to remove it entirely with <remove name="product.info.review_list"/> and copy/paste the complete block definition in your …
answered Jul 15 '15 by Fabian Schmengler
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Your module does not define any blocks, but you use the block type "module/module" You probably want to replace that with "core/template"
answered Dec 30 '15 by Fabian Schmengler
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Yes, you can only reference blocks that have been created before. Layout handles are processed in a certain order and without knowing in which files and under which handles you are creating and … referencing the block I cannot give you a solution, just explain how it works: the <default> layout handle is always processed before page specific layout handles the directives within one handle in a …
answered Jan 21 '16 by Fabian Schmengler

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