Which file is for home? I want to edit navbar and home?

Sir there are two drop down, i want to add a new dropdown/button with them.

frm.add_custom_button(__('Navbar Settings'),
    function() {
        frappe.msgprint(“Custom Information”);        })
    }, __("Show")
);

The Navbar Settings is the name of the button.
The Show is the name of button group.

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thanku @rahy
i want to add button on navbar, as i attached pic with search, notification and help.
I understand the coding part but dont know which file should i update to add button with search, notification and help.

@Patrick.St @rahy
i want to add button on workspace of home page…not on its doctype.

@Mdaniax, Please go through this video 48. How to Translate ERPNext to any language automatically - YouTube, I think it will help you to update the navbar.

Try in your browser console:
let navbar = document.querySelector(“.navbar-collapse”);
navbar.prepend(“It is Working”);

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To add menu on website navbar you can add in hooks.py

"top_bar_items": [
    {"label": "label_of_menu", "url": "/endpoint/to/page", "right":1},

To modify the html files in the app (not doctype) do it here:

For adding button to doctype:

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its working but for webpage navbar, i want same thing with desk navbar

Modify the navbar-items.html file in the directory I mentioned above.

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can you suggest me any tutorials for this, i mean for basics of customization?

its customizing website not the desk.

Try here:
/frappe/public/js/frappe/ui/toolbar/navbar.html

I solved it by editing my custom application

That’s how to do it actually… via custom app.

thank you @rahy im new thats why having hard time to understand. really thanks for your help.

how do you edit it in cutom app?

Same question here :slight_smile:
As far as I know, it is only possible to replace files that are within templates/www. Therefore: How did you do it? I would expect, that you have to replace the method that actually calls the navbar.html?

erpnext (or frappe)
|- erpnext (or frappe)
|-- templates
|-- www 

(documented by @rahy before :wink: How to customisation website footer in version-12 - #5 by rahy )

I still did it not get working, yet. Any tip on how to “replace” the
/frappe/public/js/frappe/ui/toolbar/navbar.html
by my own navbar.html based on my custom app?

Just adding the file within my app in the given folder structure won’t work (as I think I have to “tell” Frappe, that it should overwrite the original with mine. Normally I would guess to manage this within hooks.py, but I didn’t came to a solution, yet)

… what I’ve missed was to reference the navbar.html also within my modules build.json and run
bench build

You mean this is the solution?

You mean this is the solution?

Only for the sub-question regarding, how to modify the navbar.html-file.