Allows you to easily use the Twig Templating Engine for output.


Adds a Twig render method to Page
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Copyright (C) 2012 by Paul Sheean
Licensed under GNU/GPL v2, see LICENSE.txt
For Twig license see LICENSE.twig.txt


  • Copy TemplateTwig directory to site/modules

  • Enable TemplateTwig module in ProcessWire

  • Ensure module configuration (paths etc) is correct.

  • Your templates now have access to a twig parameter that can be used as follows:

      $variables = array("foo" => "bar", "hello" => "world);
      echo $page->twig->render('basic-page.html.twig', $variables);

    The templates directory with this module contains sample Twig templates and views
    that recreate the standard site-default templates with Twig. If you don't want to use
    them then just create the templates/views directory and use the files from here
    as a guide to make your own.

  • Create pages that use the twig templates.
    NOTE: As Twig handles html escaping etc itself, you can usually remove any htmlspecialchars filters from your fields. If you don't do this you may run into double-escaping issues.

Install and use modules at your own risk. Always have a site and database backup before installing new modules.

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