I wanted to edit some of html of "../page/website.contactus" using HTML editor and I fubarized it... I pasted google maps cords in wrong place and now I get:
500: Internal Server Error
invalid syntax (, line 1)
How can I change it back to default?
"website" module default contactus template createde and "website_crm" module contactus inherited.
In Odoo try to update the website and website_crm module (using setting --> Modules search website module and upgrate) after that you get default website.contactus page. If you have contactus page edited using odoo interface i think after updating the website and website_crm module issue will fix.
Thats what I did tried at first... tho I sill got same problem... which means that module does not overwrite someting by upgrade... I did uninstall it and reinstall it again, same result... stoping starting server did not helped either...
You totaly lost me in there...
I'd recommend going to the runbots:
and logging into an 8.0 instance. Just go back to the contact us page once you've logged in (login: admin passwd: admin). You should just be able to go where you where before and copy paste the original back in place.
For editing using the HTML editor, please note you are using a mixture of XHTML, and QWeb markup.
For any customisations if you are on a localling installed instance rather than an Odoo.com hosted instance i'd recommend building a simple module that inherits the view and changes the parts you would like to change. Using this method it is much easier to roll-back changes, you simply uninstall your simple custom module that has applied the changes to that view.
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