Drupal Twig Debugging: A Comprehensive Guide for Template Management


Ivan Zugec from WebWash has unveiled a comprehensive guide on enabling Twig debugging directly within the Drupal backend, eliminating the need for manual adjustments in YAML files and streamlining the process of identifying and working with templates on a Drupal site. By accessing the "Development settings" under Configuration, users can activate Twig development mode and access detailed template information, including theme hooks and file name suggestions to aid in template overrides effortlessly. This feature allows users to leverage the dump() function for debugging, view template suggestions in HTML comments, and seamlessly recompile Twig templates post-adjustments. However, Zugec emphasizes deactivating Twig debugging in production environments. Watch the full video of the guide here.

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