Template Hooks

Craft templates can give modules and plugins an opportunity to hook into them using hook tags.

{# Give plugins a chance to make changes here #}
{% hook 'my-custom-hook-name' %}

Plugins and modules can register methods to be called by template hooks using craft\web\View::hook() (opens new window).

Craft::$app->view->hook('my-custom-hook-name', function(array &$context) {
    $context['foo'] = 'bar';
    return '<p>Hey!</p>';

The callback method will pass a $context argument, which represents the current template context (all of the currently defined template variables). Any changes to this array will result in changes to the template’s variables for any tags that follow the {% hook %} tag.

The method can optionally return a string, which will be output where the {% hook %} tag is in the template.

# Control Panel Template Hooks

Hook Description Template
cp.elements.element Base element template. _elements/element.html (opens new window)
cp.layouts.base Before doctype declaration in base template. _layouts/base.html (opens new window)
cp.assets.edit Before asset detail view’s template blocks. assets/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.assets.edit.content After asset detail view’s main content. assets/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.assets.edit.details After asset detail view’s existing right sidebar details column. assets/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.assets.edit.settings After asset detail view’s “Filename” field. assets/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.assets.edit.meta After asset detail view’s existing right sidebar meta details. assets/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.categories.edit Before category detail view’s template blocks. categories/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.categories.edit.content After category detail view’s main content. categories/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.categories.edit.details After category detail view’s existing right sidebar details column. categories/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.entries.edit Before entry detail view’s template blocks. entries/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.entries.edit.content After entry detail view’s main content. entries/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.entries.edit.settings After entry detail view’s sidebar settings block. entries/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.entries.edit.meta After entry detail view’s existing right sidebar meta details. entries/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.entries.edit.details After entry detail view’s existing right sidebar details column. entries/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.globals.edit Before global set detail view’s template blocks. globals/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.globals.edit.content After global set detail view’s main content. globals/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.users.edit Before user detail view’s template blocks. users/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.users.edit.prefs After fields in the user’s “Preferences” tab. users/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.users.edit.content After user detail view’s main tabbed content. users/_edit.html (opens new window)
cp.users.edit.details After user detail view’s right sidebar details. users/_edit.html (opens new window)