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Is it possible to output the template name being used? Using a global variable or something similar? I am wanting to check which template is being used in a conditional.

  • I don't think that's possible, but can you give an example why you want to check the template-name? – Victor In Jun 24 '14 at 21:32
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You can get the current template’s name like so:

{{ _self.getTemplateName() }}
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    Careful with this; it returns an object of type Twig_Markup, which is then casted to a string. If you need template name strictly as a string, use _self.getTemplateName().__toString – Alex Apr 21 '17 at 15:09
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In Craft 3, {{ _self.getTemplateName() }} throws an error, but {{ _self }} does the trick.

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I don't believe this is currently possible outside of the context of a Craft plugin. Inside of a plugin, you could probably do it through a Twig extension so that you have access to the template instance, where you could call $template->getTemplateName(), which is part of Twig's Twig_Template abstract class.

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    Thanks Brad, would you consider adding a tag for it a some point? – Gareth Jun 25 '14 at 5:57
  • I don't see why not! – Brad Bell Jun 25 '14 at 7:43

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