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I have inherited a complex site with multiple node type.

My current task is to prevent some nodes from loading based on some preset conditions. To accomplish that I used hook_node_view in the following function:

function accessibility_node_view($node, $view_mode, $langcode){
    drupal_set_message('Node View Responding'); 
}

That's just a simple test but I find that code responds on some nodes types but not on others.

Does anyone know a reason why that would be happening, please?

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    where does this function live? your theme template.php, custom module? Aug 9, 2016 at 15:38
  • @longboardnode: The function is in a custom module
    – sisko
    Aug 9, 2016 at 20:43
  • Are you sure the content type you try to hide are nodes ? Because hook_node_view fire before all node rendering.
    – TytooF
    Aug 9, 2016 at 21:24
  • @TytooF: Absolutely 100% sure they are nodes. They list in the content section and have the same page tabs as the nodes which respond to my code
    – sisko
    Aug 10, 2016 at 9:36
  • I implemented hook_init() in my module and the message I included in that function loads on all node. Of course, hook_node_view() is the most appropriate for my purposes but it doesn't respond :-(
    – sisko
    Aug 10, 2016 at 9:39

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After a long and confusing time experimenting with a lot of various hooks, I finally found hook_node_access.

I'm not sure if I had tried it previously but it seems to do the trick.

I used the following code to test when any node of any type is being viewed at which point I test for the presence of an particular taxonomy and value to determine if I want certain roles to view and read the page:

function mymodule_node_access($node, $op, $account){
    if($op == 'view'){
        if( isset($node->field_accessibility['und'][0]) ){
            ....
        }
    }
}

I hope that helps @longboardnode

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