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Changing the HTML template

This extension uses a couple of different HTML templates:

template path

template path

contents

contents

TS setup variable

TS setup variable

template path

Resources/Private/Templates/Mail/e-mail.html

contents

automatic e-mails

TS setup variable

plugin.tx_seminars.templateFile ( not in flexforms)

template path

pi1/seminars_pi1.tmpl

contents

most front-end output

TS setup variable

plugin.tx_seminars _pi1 .templateFile (also in flexforms)

template path

Resources/Private/Templates/FrontEnd/RegistrationEditor.html

contents

event registration form

TS setup variable

plugin.tx_seminars _pi1 .registrationEditorTemplateFile

template path

Resources/Private/Templates/FrontEnd/EventEditor.html

contents

event editing form

TS setup variable

plugin.tx_seminars _pi1 .eventEditorTemplateFile

Note: Do not change the HTML templates directly in the extension directory as then your changes will be overwritten when you upgrade the extension to a new version. Make a copy and modify the copy instead:

  1. Copy the corresponding template file to a convenient directory, e.g.,to fileadmin/template/.
  2. Set the corresponding TS setup variable to the path of your new template. For the pi1 templates, you can also use the flexforms of the plug-in for setting the location.
  3. Change the template to your liking.