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I want to output a field collection using dl, dt and dd tags. The collection has two fields - field_heading and field_text. I want each field_heading to be a dt, each field_text to be a dd and to wrap the whole set in a dl.

I have achieved this by overriding field--my-collection--my-content-type.tpl.php and the field--my-field.tpl.php for the heading and text fields.

The problem is, a div is being generated on each item in the field collection (by the field collection module I believe). (div class="field-collection-view clearfix view-mode-full") This div wraps the heading and text elements together. The div is therefore inserted inside the dl but before the dt. This is a problem because the dt needs to be a direct child of the dl.

Is there a way to render the field collection without this div?

field--my-collection--my-content-type.tpl.php

<dl class = 'accordion'>
<?php foreach ($items as $delta => $item){ ?>
    <?php print render($item); ?>
<?php } ?>
</dl>

field--field-heading.tpl.php

<dt>
<?php foreach ($items as $delta => $item){
    print render($item);
} ?>
</dt>

field--field-text.tpl.php

<dd>
<?php foreach ($items as $delta => $item){
    print render($item);
} ?>
</dd>
8

You need to override theme_field_collection_view theme function in your template.php .

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Create a file "field-collection-view.tpl.php" which you put in your theme folder

Content of the file: <?php print $element['#children']; ?>

If you'd want it to output exactly what it does now (I know that you don't), you'd have this content:

<?php print '<div' . drupal_attributes($element['#attributes']) . '>' . $element['#children'] . '</div>'; ?>

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