Is there a possibility to override the core file at the URL
I added the file to the newly created folder
application/authentication/concrete but it didn’t work. I also added following line to
config/app.php without success:
'/login/concrete/password_sent' => '<my_theme>',
config/app.php the login page targets already
With c5-8 I could add the file
invalid_token with success (didn’t try this file on c5-9).
just copy the file password_sent.php from concrete\authentication\concrete and put it inside application\authentication\concrete and modify to suit your needs
Thank you very much for your answer. As I wrote this is what I tried with no success. I tried again and copied the folder names from c5 but it didn’t work too.
I’m using the c5-community docker image 9.1.2, all caches are off.
I’m not sure what the problem is, It is working for me. I actually even have a package in the marketplace that relies on that authentication override working (for other files).
I’m also using concrete 9.1.2. I disabled everything under caching.
The only difference is I’m not using the docker image.
I will try without installing the customized theme. In case it will not work I will test with a clean c5-9.1.2 docker installation - without any customization, except the overridden file.
But I do not know when I will find time for it.
Anyway, thank you for your feedback, much appreciated!
Silly me, I forgot to include the related folder in the docker command. With this everything works as expected.