Having the message stack at the top of the page doesn't work for one of my sites, so I moved it to the bottom of the header. I can't seem to style it though. I gather that tpl_message_stack_default.php is called by the messageStack class. As a test, I modified the code of this template like so:
Now, when I run a CC test using a card I know will fail, I expect to see the message stack displayed and its code should show my class="BOOGIEMAN" as above, but this isn't what I get--the message stack has no DIV tags surrounding it at all.Code:<div <?php echo $output[$i]['params']; ?> class="BOOGIEMAN"><?php echo $output[$i]['text']; ?></div>
So, which file actually generates the output for the message stack error on the checkout-payment page?
Perhaps the answer to this question will also answer this one: how to remove the leading dash before the message stack?
The dash is not in the payment module language file.- Your card has been declined...