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Offline crnogorac081

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Backend theme
« on: April 26, 2022, 08:22:23 PM »
Hello,

I am working on a backend theme, and this will be the topic for questions about it.



Questions:

In DefaultTheme\templates\login.htt  I see 2 basicly identical login blocks , what are they used for ? One is calles LoginFixedBlock  and other LoginBlockPanel ?

Next, I see a js code for jsPanel , the question is when is this panel triggered ?
Also UnzipBlockPanel , when is it displaed and what it is for ?

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Offline Luisehahne

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Re: Backend theme
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2022, 07:51:05 PM »
Hello,
I am working on a backend theme, and this will be the topic for questions about it.
Questions:
In DefaultTheme\templates\login.htt  I see 2 basicly identical login blocks , what are they used for ? One is calles LoginFixedBlock  and other LoginBlockPanel ?

Next, I see a js code for jsPanel , the question is when is this panel triggered ?
Also UnzipBlockPanel , when is it displaed and what it is for ?

Hello Ivan,

I have to inform you that we set the phplib to deprecated. In Future we change all templates to Twig. Sorry, but your work will be in vain

Dietmar
Note: Once the code has been generated, it is easy to debug. It's not a bug, it's a feature!

Offline crnogorac081

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Re: Backend theme
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2022, 07:23:20 AM »
It want beacuse I will setup a new design( html css and js) , and then it will be easy to convert htt to twig.

What worries me is why there are 2 login blocks, one in LoginFixedBlock  and other in LoginBlockPanel ?

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