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first i tried to replace the ribbon which works but this was not a good idea i think :-) it harms....
i don't want to replace the existing picture, i just want to add a icon container which should be hidden in background
not sure if i would need the <a> this is how its done in some areas i have checked ...maybe giving the icon container z-index: and or display: none; to later activate it via the css or java script
Thats what i tried yet:
<template id="products_item_icon_container" inherit_id="website_sale.products_item" name="icon container">
<xpath expr="//div[@class='oe_product_image']" position="after">
|<!-- Product Image -->|
|<a itemprop="url" class="front" t-att-href="keep('/shop/product/%s' % slug(product), page=(pager['page']['num'] if pager['page']['num']>1 else None))">|
|<img itemprop="image" class="img img-responsive" t-att-src="website.image_url(product, 'image', None if product_image_big else '300x300')" t-att-alt="product.name"/>|
maybe this helps someone else
ok as maybe lots of you already know, you cannot insert something into an existing structure if i want to add some elements inside
so you always have to replace the whole existing content if you want to have a new container wrapping around the whole part where you want to insert, the problem is if any other module overrides this part you replacing there will be a totaly crash.
even if you inherit an existing id its not rendered first and your addings are added to it, you have to replace the whole part.
so i replaced this part for example:
<template id="wsd_products_item_image" inherit_id="website_sale.products_item" name="Square Images" customize_show="True" active="False">
<xpath expr="//div[@class='oe_product_image']" position="replace">
<a itemprop="url" t-att-href="keep('/shop/product/%s' % slug(product), page=(pager['page']['num'] if pager['page']['num']>1 else None))"> <img itemprop="image" class="img img-responsive" t-att-src="website.image_url(product, 'image_square')" t-att-alt="product.name"/> </a>
and in another modul i just insert whatever i needed inside this container so existing stuff is not harmed
<template id="products_item_flip_image" inherit_id="website_sale_donate.wsd_products_item_image" name="Some Products Item Image">
<xpath expr="//div[@class='wsd-icon_container']" position="inside">
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|Asked: 3/24/16, 8:03 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/30/16, 7:21 AM|