gornycreative Posted November 4, 2022 Share Posted November 4, 2022 Hello, I'm working my admin.less into an admin style module and would like to break out .less files into a directory where the rule overrides required by the theme for any given module are only included when the module matching the name is selected. I figure there's no reason to include LESS definitions/overrides when a module is not being used on a site. I could pull a list of filenames that follow the convention /styles/modules/ModuleName.less and then run $modules->isInstalled() calls I guess, but I was wondering if there is a call that I am missing that returns an array of installed modules - either site or core that I can iterate on. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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