Well, alas, PrestaShop is no work again – it’s forfeited. Look at these routing options:
# modules/your-module/config/routes.yml your_route_name: path: your-module/demo methods: [GET] defaults: _controller: 'MyModule\Controller\DemoController::demoAction'
Compare to this code:
# modules/your-module/config/routes.yml pbgroupeu_logo: path: pbgroupeu/logo methods: [GET] defaults: _controller: 'PBGroupeu\Controller\LogoController::displayAction' _disable_module_prefix: true
It’s absolutely flawless, including prefixing option of disableness. Howwever,all attempts to negotiate for a contract are useless – in vain. I’m trying to read further – lucklily, helpful, documentation on adding side menu administartor entries.
However,weird things tend to happen – menu link doesn’t appear on site, and the tireless cache pruning is out of the box available turned on the administration settings part having in mind, just in case.
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Despite all the efforts directed & dedicated to solve this issue set,it all results in fugitive vain – aimless demand on vanity fair; likewise, the clock isn’t turned counterwise. The poor Lithuania nation cannot maintain non-legacy enabled code for years and then be fed up with a ORM – MVC squential office space right away, even though it’s just an ordinary consumer demand-supply curves on a graph – social iconograph…Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash