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In Drupal theme folder structure, there is written:

Templates provide HTML markup and some presentation logic. Contrary to Drupal 7, in Drupal 8 template files (*.html.twig files) must be stored in the 'templates' subfolder.

In my theme, I have a styleguide folder at the root. Drupal 9 finds template files, such as mytheme/styleguide/components/10-atoms/form/input.html.twig, in this folder.

Drupal 9 will use this input.html.twig file despite it's not in the mytheme/templates folder.

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    Yes, normally Drupal looks for Twig files in the templates subfolder, but there are several ways to change that. For example in a hook_theme or in an alternative Twig file loader like drupal.org/project/components
    – 4uk4
    Oct 15, 2020 at 15:25
  • I just don't understand why Drupal find suggestion ouside the templates folder in the theme.
    – Gilles
    Oct 19, 2020 at 7:17
  • Can you tell a bit more about mytheme, which base theme, content of the info file or other details that might be important. Do you have any modules installed that might be related?
    – 4uk4
    Oct 19, 2020 at 9:55
  • With a fresh installation, my twig template isn't in the templates folder & it's working. But I'm using a styleguide folder in the theme & I don't want Drupal to use it on his own. I just want it to use those in the (bartikssen/)templates folder. <!-- THEME DEBUG --> <!-- THEME HOOK: 'page' --> <!-- FILE NAME SUGGESTIONS: * page--front.html.twig * page--node.html.twig x page.html.twig --> <!-- BEGIN OUTPUT from 'themes/bartikssen/page.html.twig' -->
    – Gilles
    Nov 9, 2020 at 10:44

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Ok, I have found a solution, I just need to add in my settings.php the "styleguide" folder in the ignore directories

$settings['file_scan_ignore_directories'] = [
  'node_modules',
  'bower_components',
  'styleguide'
];

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