I am using Prism on my blog for my syntax highlighting and I am very happy and thankful about it. Sometimes I wanted to show the users of my blog a specific function of a class, but without decoupling the function from the class. So I needed something like a Prism plugin that can hide specific lines of the code in a foldable area.
I started my first Prism plugin. Prism uses hooks or in other software often called events to get simple plugin architecture. It is often a good idea to get an overview about all available hooks that Prism runs without any plugins. I will show in this post a small list with some explainations.
Markers of a stroke have one problem in Inkscape,
they are always black. Here a small example of a unfilled shape with red Stroke paint, a
Start Markers and a
Arrow2Lend as End Markers.
I would like to show three ways to turn the markers red.
I would like to explain the
inlinecss directives and the variable
template_styles of Magento 2 email templates in this post.
There are two logical directives that can be used in Magento 2 email templates. The
depend and the
if directives. I will explain both in this post.
The title is maybe a little bit confusing, better would be maybe child template directives. This post
explains how to include a child template in a Magento email template. Pretty popular examples are
It can be quite comfortable to use configuration values in Magento 2 email templates. Let us assume we change our store phone number in the configurations and it changes also in templates where we use sentences like: You can call us any time at .... I will show pretty fast in this post how to use the restricted list of configs in email templates and will explain ways to add your own configuration paths.
Magento 2 email templates are supposed to be translated sentence by sentence. This post shows how to use the translator directive.
This post tries to explain every possible way to use blocks in Magento 2 email templates.