Edit the Booking Page file?

1 year 3 months ago #46809 by Avi

I am using Core Microcomponent.

Which HTML file do I edit to remove some elements I don't want to display (see attached marked in red box what I want to remove



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1 year 3 months ago #46811 by Ally
Replied by Ally on topic Edit the Booking Page file?

I believe you are referring to the booking_form_roomtype_roomslist.html file.

The core html template files, now located in jomres/assets/templates will need to be overridden by which ever means you prefer but be aware the core set will be overwritten on upgrade.

Not sure why you say you are using Core Microcomponent.


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1 year 3 months ago #46812 by Vince Wooll
See the Dump Template Vars setting from Site Configuration as it's useful to help you identify which template file you need to modify.

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