Ubercart for Drupal 7: Attribute Options separated from label by comma

Discovering Product Attributes in Ubercart was quite a find. However, my client does not like the way the dropdown looks. Previously, all the prices had + in front of them, but I was able to remove them taking a clue from questions by other Drupal users (sites/modules/ubercart/uc_attribute/uc_attribute.module line 1361). But, finding where to get rid of the comma eludes me.

If you have any further clues, I would be most appreciative!

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theme_uc_attribute_option($option, $price) is what you're looking for. Override that theme function in your theme and you can eliminate the "," & the price adjustment amount.

  • Thanks so much for the clue! For anyone who is new to the Drupal file structure, I found the function that Shawn mentioned in sites/all/modules/ubercart/uc_attribute.theme.inc. The file I was looking in was sites/modules/ubercart/uc_attribute/uc_attribute.module. So, obviously, I couldn't find it because I was in the wrong place. Now, I will admit that while I have worked extensively in the some basic theme files, I have never worked in Drupal functions. I know from best practices in WordPress that you should not override anything in original files, if possible. Where do I go to override? Commented Apr 11, 2015 at 20:25
  • Thanks! I'm sure that will come in handing for other functions as well! Commented Apr 16, 2015 at 1:59

For Drupal 7, Ubercart 3...

Go to: admin/store/settings/products > Attribute settings

Tick "Display total price" and save.


Add span and Class in the file uc_attribute.theme.inc under function theme_uc_attribute_option like shown below..and apply your class or style to it $output .= ' ' . $variables['price'].'';

  • Hi @urvesh, welcome to Drupal Answers. To improve your answer, please describe how one can hook into theme_uc_attribute_option() in a custom theme's template.php for example instead of altering the contributed module. Thanks! Commented Mar 6, 2017 at 14:38

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