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Template Override your template override

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Hi
Im curious to how we should override the template overrides that you have made on for example com_content?
Can i expect to edit these files or will they be overridden in future updates from helix 3?

Thanks

2 Answers

Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Thanks for your query. Please clarify a bit what you want actually ? If you are trying to edit com_content, then you can do it. There is no problem here. But before updating your site to any new version, you should keep a backup of your previous one. Because a update will erase your codes from there.
Hope you understand.

-Best Regards

welrachid

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Thanks for your query. Please clarify a bit what you want actually ? If you are trying to edit com_content, then you can do it. There is no problem here. But before updating your site to any new version, you should keep a backup of your previous one. Because a update will erase your codes from there.
Hope you understand.

-Best Regards


Thanks for your reply. This is actually my exact question.
If i for example make a change to your "blog" view or your "normal" view - for example on the site im working on i dont want to have the post-type icon on the "normal" pages - only on the blog pages. but im thinking its overkill to make a whole new template-styling to that menuobject because i already have 2 (one for certain k2-elements) and a general one.
Should i make my own blog.php and call it blog_alternative.php? and then on the article category make it use the blog_alternative.php file?


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