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The folder that contains all the `phtml` files used to display at frontend or backend.

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its own template, usually in the _construct() $this->setTemplate("... .phtml"); I can see the programmatic approach being necessary if there is business logic involved that decides which … block to create (or perhaps not create) and which .phtml template to set, depending on the circumstances. But there are plenty of examples where there appears to be no business logic involved, yet the …
asked Jul 13 '15 by fris
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It appears ABSOLUTE filespecs to external files work for CSS (addLinkRel) but not JS (addJs). The sytem always prepends the site domain+path when using addJs. <layout version="1.0.0"> <adminhtml_ …
asked Jul 7 '15 by fris
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As its file extension suggests a .phtml file allows PHP code to be mixed with HTML. However, the fact that you can should not be seen as a license to go wild. Why do we still see so many .phtml file …
asked Aug 22 '15 by fris