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I need to add some top links and sub top links . I altered hook_theme function and created two templates for these code is like this-

function acts_theme() {
    return array(
            'acts_top_links' => array(
                    'variables' => array(
                            'links' => NULL,
                            'activelink' => NULL,
                        ),
                    'template' => 'acts-topmenu',
            ),
            'acts_submenu_links' => array(
                    'variables' => array(
                            'links' => NULL,
                            'activelink' => NULL,
                        ),
                    'template' => 'acts-submenu',
            ),
    );
}
function template_preprocess_acts_top_links(&$variables){
    $toplinks=$variables['links'];
    $activelink=$variables['activelink'];
    $variables['toplinks']=$toplinks;
    $variables['activelink']=$activelink;

}
function template_preprocess_acts_submenu_links(&$variables){
    $toplinks=$variables['links'];
    $activelink=$variables['activelink'];
    $variables['sublinks']=$toplinks;
    $variables['activelink']=$activelink;
}

Now I am using these theme output as-

function acts_display(){
    $build['acts_toplinks'] = array(
            '#theme' => 'acts_top_links',
            '#links' => $toplinks,
            '#activelink'=>'Company Law',
    );
    $build['acts_sublinks'] = array(
            '#theme' => 'acts_submenu_links',
            '#links' => $submenulinks,
            '#activelink'=>'/companylaw/acts',
    );

    $build['acts_table_rows'] = array(
            '#theme' => 'table',
            '#rows' => $rows,
            '#empty' => t('Currently there are no active content'),
    );
return $build;
}

I expect output as - first to show- top links, then sub menu links and then table but output exactly reverse- first I get table,then sub menu links and then top links How can I achieve this?

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  • Did you try just adding #weight to the arrays in $build()?
    – bloke_zero
    Commented Nov 28, 2014 at 9:34
  • Yes, this worked with #weight, Post it as answer, will mark as an correct answer
    – jyotipawar
    Commented Nov 28, 2014 at 12:55

1 Answer 1

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If you add the #weight property to the arrays in $build() then that will allow you to order them e.g.:

$build['acts_table_rows'] = array(
        '#theme' => 'table',
        '#rows' => $rows,
        '#empty' => t('Currently there are no active content'),
        '#weight' => 99,
);

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