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How can I hide a DIV if ther's no value in that Content in a node--customtpl.tpl.php file? I have used a code something like this, but if hides everything weather it has data or not. Can anyone help me with this code?

I want to hide this "special-offer" div if there's no value in that field in drupal (this_is_a_drupal_field).

<?php
if ($content['this_is_a_drupal_field']) 
  {
  print "<div class='special-offer'>";
  print render($content['this_is_a_drupal_field']); 
  print "</div>";
  }
?>

<?php if(empty($content['this_is_a_drupal_field'])){ ?>
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Your if statement needs a condition, ex: 'greater than' > 'less than' < 'equal to' == or 'not equal to' !=

The special NULL value represents a variable with no value.

So try:

<?php if ($content['this_is_a_drupal_field'] != NULL): ?>
  <div class='special-offer'>
    <?php print render($content['this_is_a_drupal_field']); ?>
  </div>
<?php endif; ?>

So basically we're saying if $content['this_is_a_drupal_field'] is not equal to empty print...

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  • Nope it Prints the <div class='special-offer'> without the content as well. :( – UI-UX Feb 27 '16 at 5:41
  • @UI-UX impossible, did you clear/flush the cache? – No Sssweat Feb 27 '16 at 6:13
  • Yes this was correct and fixed my problem. It was not with the cash. this came from a field collection, and automatically passed the add edit links. I removed those and problem was solved. Thanks No Sssweat. AWESOME. – UI-UX Feb 27 '16 at 15:13
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    @NoSssweat You don't necessarily have to have a condition in an if statement. if ($content['this_is_a_drupal_field']) is a completely valid statement and is equals to FALSE if the given value has a falsy value, for example an empty string or array. – Елин Й. Feb 27 '16 at 18:50
  • @ЕлинЙ. interesting, thx. – No Sssweat Feb 27 '16 at 22:09

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