I am trying to create custom node template in Drupal8. I would like my users accessing "tag" node to be able to view all related content. Therefore I have already created a view presenting all content relating to given tag. Now I want to render this view in a "tag" node page.

Following the https://www.drupal.org/node/2165673 I have create a custom theme. I have created themes/bartikUzbrojeni directory with the following bartikUzbrojeni.info.yml:

name: bartikUzbrojeni
type: theme
description: Modifications to the default Bartik theme
core: 8.x
base theme: bartik

I have also created templates directory within themes/bartikUzbrojeni with file node--tag.html.twig (being generally copy of node.html.twig from bartik directory).

This seems to more or less work (modifications done within node--tag.html.twig are visible within the page) but I have following problems:

  1. The page does not look like Bartik one (the bartik theme does not seem to be used even though I have marked it as a "base theme"). Please see screen below.
  2. I don't know what is the proper way to edit node--tag.html.twig so that it renders a view.

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  • is your view a page view or a block view?
    – No Sssweat
    Nov 8, 2015 at 1:04
  • It is a 'page view'. However, if this matters I can also create a 'block view'.
    – Abdel5
    Nov 8, 2015 at 8:49

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Here is how you can add the view, use a block view.

Then go to Blocks, and place a block in content.

Select your view block

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In configure click on pages, then type the url of the pages you want it to show. So you put your tags url here. Use the * so it shows in all of them.

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Just noticed I missed a / at the start, so it should be /taxonomy/term/*

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