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How to use volt instead of phtml in the view of example tutorial 1?I tried but it doesn't work. why?

Hi guys, I have a question: How to use volt instead of phtml in the view of example tutorial 1? http://docs.phalcon.io/en/latest/reference/tutorial.html#creating-a-project

Official phtml code is

tutorial/app/view/index/index.phtml

<?php

echo "<h1>Hello!</h1>";

echo Phalcon\Tag::linkTo("signup", "Sign Up Here!");

I tried to modify the sufix to volt and change the code as below. But it doesn' t work.

tutorial/app/view/index/index.volt


{{ content() }}
<h1>Hello!</h1>
{{ link_to("signup", "Sign Up Here!") }}

What more, I copied the asset from project invo to tutorial 1, the same hierarchical relationship as invo.

public
 -js
 -css
 -img
 -bootstrap
 -.htaccess
 -index.php

I just modified some css, such as <h1>. But it doesn' t work either.To me I think this file(tutorial/app/view/index.volt) controls the UI,right?

tutorial/app/view/index.volt

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>  
        <meta charset="utf-8">
        {{ get_title() }}
        {{ stylesheet_link('bootstrap/css/bootstrap.css') }}
        {{ stylesheet_link('bootstrap/css/bootstrap-responsive.css') }}
        {{ stylesheet_link('css/style.css') }}
        <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
        <meta name="description" content="Your invoices">
        <meta name="author" content="Phalcon Team">
    </head>
    <body>
        {{ content() }}
        {{ javascript_include('js/jquery.min.js') }}
        {{ javascript_include('bootstrap/js/bootstrap.js') }}
        {{ javascript_include('js/utils.js') }}
    </body>
</html>

invo project asset url https://github.com/phalcon/invo/tree/master/public

tutorial 1 url https://github.com/phalcon/tutorial



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Did you register the Volt engine on Phalcon\Mvc\View? https://github.com/phalcon/invo/blob/master/public/index.php#L67



98.8k

You can add to public/css/style.css the following:

h1 { color: red }


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edited Aug '14

No, it doesn't work.