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Hello everyone,

I'm trying to validate a module, but it sends me an error

The use of smarty templates is mandatory to display HTML. Your PHP code should not contain HTML.

I wrote to the support, they told me :

remove the displayed HTML tags :

721: $html = '<script type="text/javascript">
1053: return '<p class="alert alert-warning">'.
$html = '<a class="btn '.$class.'" href="'.AdminController::$currentIndex.
                .(int)$id_img.'" title="'.$title.'"><i class="'.$icon.'"></i> '.$title.'</a>';

I need these elements, I do not know how to modify them to be accepted

thank you in advance for your help

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Thank you for your help.
Could you give me an example. :) plz 

1053: return '<P class="alert alert-warning">'.
    protected function getWarningMultishopHtml()
        if (Shop::getContext() == Shop::CONTEXT_GROUP || Shop::getContext() == Shop::CONTEXT_ALL) {
            return '<p class="alert alert-warning">' .
                'You cannot manage image from a "All Shops" or a "Group Shop", select the shop to edit',
            ) .
        } else {
            return '';
Edited by Nocebo (see edit history)

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That is all example you need :) 

In return you have p element  that is HTML in PHP. 

You could try to replace that included functions $this->displayWarning() or $this->displayError() .


If you really need to show HTML maybe use custom function that will call tpl file, usually placed in admin folder, and pass

some smarty variable. Same way you would pass to front office tpl file.

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Thank for your reply.

that's what I did

    public function hookActionAdminControllerSetMedia()

JS : 

$(function() {
	var $myimgs = $("#imgs");
		opacity: 0.6,
		cursor: "move",
		update: function() {
			var order = $(this).sortable("serialize") + "&action=updateimgsPosition";
			'modules/ps_Module/ajax_ps_Module.php?secure_key='.$this->secure_key.'", order);
	$myimgs.hover(function() {
		function() {

But the link is not good

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