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I've create a component called testComponent with a specific view called collection which needs to have 2 layouts the default.php and the list.php.

I need to make both default and list as menu items and i don't want to use absolute path like index.php?options=com_testComponent&view=collection&layout=list as the item input.

I already added default as a menu item, but I don't know how i should add lists beside it. I used default.xml for it should i create list.xml or i have to write something inside default for the sake of having both?

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By adding list.xml i did added new menu item for list layout

  • If this is a solution to your issue, this is a poor way of sharing your discovery. Your answer has been flagged by the system as Low Quality -- and rightly so. I can't think of any case when a single sentence is a good, educational answer. This site is not only about solving problems, but educating researchers so that they are empowered and grow as Joomla users/developers. If this actually is a solution -- and I really can't tell if it is -- please edit your answer to improve the quality. Your question, too, could be improved with a screenshot of the current output and the desired output. – mickmackusa Nov 20 '18 at 19:52
  • @mickmackusa Actually i just guessed as i typed the question as you could see. i don't have any clue how this works an why joomla searches for the files like this and when does it do that? obviously i couldn't find anything on Joomla doc that made me come here. so IDK what should I write here as source or just populate the answer with some jargon to avoid system flag... – no0ob Nov 21 '18 at 9:19
  • That's okay. If you don't know why/how it works, you may leave it unedited. Perhaps someone else will come through and post a more thorough answer. – mickmackusa Nov 21 '18 at 9:22

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