In theme module-overrides you can omit the view/frontend folders in the path, making the path to your overwrite file as follows:
You need to build objects which you then pass through to email templates.
If it's a custom template then it's going to be custom code passing the variables.
I came to a solution
<page xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" layout="2columns-left" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="urn:magento:framework:View/Layout/etc/page_configuration.xsd">
Try replacing text: with i18n:, this is the translation binding although I don't know how that will work with your inline logic. IMO that is more suited to being in the JS file.
See https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.3/ui_comp_guide/concepts/knockout-bindings.html#i18n for more info
You can enable a template path hints for admin
System > Configuration > Developer > Debug
Select Yes to Template Path hints and Add Block names to hints
You can get the controller from the Url.
Hope it Helps.
Mage/Adminhtml module is responsible for backend functionality. Here you can find Controller & block related to each module in backend.
For Customer block, you can refer in Mage/Adminhtml/Block/Customer/.
For Backend layout & template, you can check on below two paths:
I've found a solution pretty simple.
$block = $result->getLayout()->setData(['test'=> 'Content here'])->getBlock('category.description');
Then my blank.phtml:
<?php print_r($this->getData()) ?>
It prints: Array ( [test] => Content here [module_name] =&...
Another Way using sort order argument.
File Path - app\design\frontend\<companyNAme>\<ThemeName>\Magento_Catalog\layout\catalog_product_view.xml
Add the sort order argument inside the product.info.details reference block container.
<block class="Magento\Catalog\Block\Product\View" name="shipping_tab" template="Magento_Catalog:...
Thanks @RkRathod to pointing me.
I have found solution of my answer.Actually I am using Google Tag Manager extension which is using this template. So this module was override my items file.I just replaced with my theme items file and issue resolved.
Below will work fine:
YourThemesVendor = your theme vendorname e.g. Mine is "pearl"
YourThemeNamespace = your theme themename e.g. Mine is "customize"
In Your Theme
If you want to override in your theme then create a following
Copy items.phtml file from below path
You can also override Layout file catalog_product_view.xml ...
To correct this, please try to set Use Secure URLs in Admin to true, in System -> Config -> General -> Web.
or connect to database and change following record value to 1 :
SELECT * FROM core_config_data where path like '%web/secure/use_in_adminhtml%';
Note: if you have multiple stores make sure it's on all store.
class Index extends Action
As i see a problem with cms block associated with the method \Experius\DonationProduct\Block\Donation\ListProduct::getIdentifier.
The problem is that when we get the block name in cms, we get a name that contains an element "\" that can not be properly processed. Please try change method getIdentifier for that
return str_replace('\\', '-', parent::...