At a part time job I hold, I work with Magento (it’s still a learning process). Recently, I was told to make a few front-end changes that would require making a change to a page’s .phtml file. However, there’s a hell of a lot of site files that I would have to sift through and I don’t see a reason to do costly and unnecessary searching. So, after a online search, I found that Magento has a neat option to display the file path of each section in the site that is displayed by each .phtml file. This is what I needed. Below are screenshots. From your Meganto dashboard, go to System > Configuration >Developer (which is at the bottom) > Debug. You should then see a Template Path Hints option. If you don’t happen to see it, change the Current Configuration Scope that’s in the upper right corner of your page. You’ll see red boxes that contain the paths of the templates you need to edit and red dotted lines which show the section that template controls. This has saved me a lot of time.