Good morning everybody:
I intend to develop a website using blogsite skeleton V2.0.0 (gravstatic) with the quark theme because it has a built-in sidebar and furthermore I was able to write a dropdown menu.
While analyzing the base.html.twig and blog.html.twig files, I came across multiple variables used by Twig.
My main issue is that I often do not know where they came from, i.e. where they were declared.
Here is my take and please tell me if I am correct or not:
Template Variable Origin
blog.html.twig hero_image blog.md
config.plugins.breadcrumbs. breadcrumbs. enabled yaml grid_size quark.yaml show_sidebar blog.md show_pagination all md files collection.params.pagination don't know config.plugins.login. plugins/login enabled /login/login.yaml config.plugins.pagination. plugins/pagination/ enabled pagination.yaml
base.html.twig header.title blog.md
grid_size quark.yaml grav-config.site.default site.yaml?
It seems to me variables are declared in one of three ways:
- Inside twig files using the set tag
- in yaml or md files
- In php files. If so how do I find out which php files?
The other thing that confuses me is the dot syntax.
For example: can we write the variable config.plugins.login.enabled as plugins.config.login.enabled, or are there specific rules dictating the manner in which you write the variable? If there is a tutorial or documentation about that matter please let me know.