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lucky8
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how can i enter HTML in custom options titles input box.

Also if i am using the blue theme where would my templates be

base/default
or
default/default

 
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Bahi
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it will be default/default

 
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Bahi - 23 June 2010 06:26 AM

it will be default/default

but in my default/default i donot see the template folder, it only has locale

the only one that has the template folder is base/default and default/modern

 
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Magento has a fallback feature, so the blue theme will simply use default/default if there is no default/blue structure specified.

Secondly, you\’ll want to find the file which causes the custom options to display, it\’ll be in a folder called view, somewhere I assume, and remove the $this->htmlEscape( and the final closing bracket ) from around the custom option title. That way, magento recognises, and parses the html, rather than simply ignoring it.

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Michael Cleef - 26 June 2010 11:44 PM

Magento has a fallback feature, so the blue theme will simply use default/default if there is no default/blue structure specified.

Secondly, you\’ll want to find the file which causes the custom options to display, it\’ll be in a folder called view, somewhere I assume, and remove the $this->htmlEscape( and the final closing bracket ) from around the custom option title. That way, magento recognises, and parses the html, rather than simply ignoring it.

Cheers

Yes i do understand that magento has a fallback feature, but even default/ default doesnot have the templates folder.

Finding that view file is exactly why i posted the question on what folder blue theme will use to store its templates....... so that i can remove the htmlescape function.

the only folder that has templates is base/default and default/modern!!!

 
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