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i need to load a diff stylesheet depending upon which page the user is on.

when using: themename_preprocess_page(){kpr(&$variables;)}

i thought i'd see a pageId or pageTitle in which i could use for a conditional statement but i'm not seeing those variables. am i overlooking something? what can i use to uniquely identify a page so i can the use drupal_add_css()?

i guess i could do at the node level? but the stylesheet i need to load is really a page level thing.

can someone advise on the best way to do? big thanks in advance

  • i think maybe my theme was somehow not outputting a page title variable, i see that now when switching page to Bartik. – TopTomato May 16 '14 at 0:31
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You may have trouble adding CSS with drupal_add_css in hook_preprocess_page because the $styles variable has already been built.

Better to add CSS in hook_preprocess_html or hook_page_build

Note, you should be able to target specific pages in CSS by using body classes.

e.g:

body.page-node-type-article #content{
  background-color:pink;
}

But yes, to check the path, you can use

$arg = arg($index); // system path component
$path = current_path(); // full base system path ($_GET['q']);
$alias = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; // full alias only
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You can use arg to identify specific page.

It returns a component of the current Drupal path.

When viewing a page at the path "admin/structure/types", for example, arg(0) returns "admin", arg(1) returns "structure", and arg(2) returns "types".

For more info go through the documentation.

  • thanks i will try. for some reason it seems that 'page title' is not part $variables in my custom theme. not sure why? – TopTomato May 16 '14 at 0:44
  • if i do echo arg(1) it outputs an integer – TopTomato May 16 '14 at 0:50
  • No, It will return menu callback's second part. – Rupesh May 16 '14 at 0:56
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I'm using:

if ( preg_match('(^comment/reply/[0-9]*)', current_path())  === 1 ) {}
if ( preg_match('(^node/[0-9]*$)', current_path())  === 1 ) {}
if ( current_path() == 'search' ) {}

Using themename_preprocess_html, I think works fine. But I'm not sure if you need this exactly. However, is an alternative.

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hook_init() is best function to make changes at page level. You can use arg() function to get arguments of current page. Even you can also use menu_get_object() to get all possible values on rendered page.

  • hook_init() gets called for every non-cached request that Drupal handles, which isn't always an HTML page. There are better options for pages, like hook_page_build(). – mpdonadio May 16 '14 at 15:01

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