I am a Views newbie. I added a template file to my sub-theme folder with a more specific name (from Theme Information), the file name becomes highlighted, but the file is not used (I'm sure of this cuz I wrote some new lines to the template (
<li>Like, Doah!</li>, etc.).
Some extra details:
- I am using fusion core with a fusion sub-theme (begot from fusion_starter). The fusion sub-theme is activated. I've not changed much.
- The custom view is fully created, has a menu entry, and displays an end user content page with the correct data.
- I currently have only two "views-view-*" template files between the directories containing the two fusion themes.
- fusion_core/views-view--page.tpl.php (edits to this page ARE visible on the end user "content" page).
- fusion_my_subtheme/views-view--my-view--default.tpl.php (the trouble file)
- Click Theme: Information to find "views-view--my-view--default.tpl.php" is listed as the most specific file name available under Display output.
- Theme Information highlights this template file name bold. And, when I renamed this file, the Theme Information display returned an error message that the file is missing--therefore I conclude the Drupal/Views app is finding this file.
Why, if this file name is highlighted, is this more specific template file located in my sub-theme directory not being used by Drupal? Is it possible there is an order to cache clearing, or template refresh? I feel as though I'm trying to catch my tail... :/
If the file name is highlighted, changes are made to that custom file named, then Views Module and Drupal should render the page with changes made to this template--that's "How it works", yes?