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I use drupal 7.x and field_group and nultiple registration module. How I can use a template file (.tpl) for user-profile-form only based on roles. in other words when a user with A role login to site and go to user/%/edit page see a specified form with specified fields. and When user loged on with B role have another form for edit information.field permissions control fields but field groups is visible yet because field_group module have a bug with field_group_multiple module.

So , I want to use specified tpl file for user-profile-form (no registration page or profile page - only user-profile-form ) by role . Can you help me ?

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You can simply load $user variable in your template file and check which role current user is having and simply based on the role print your form. for e.g

if ($user->roles[4] == 'role1') {
  print render $form['form_field1'];
  print render $form['form_field2'];
}
if ($user->roles[5] == 'role2') {
  print render $form['form_field_field1'];
  print render $form['form_field_field2'];
}

In the end don't forget to print the following

print drupal_render_children($form);
  • I have added fields to user profile in /admin/config/people/accounts/fields page.I don't know programming and php but needs to your help. 1-- I create a file named "user-profile-form.tpl.php" ? 2-- in this line of your codes if ($user->roles[4] == 'role1') { what is 4 ? 3-- My fields is called "group_info_sherkatha" or "field_nameostad" , I should use only these names ? can you send me a step by step guidance and full codes of my file? I want to show fields in div tags. – omiti May 24 '17 at 4:33
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    After creating your user-profile-form.tpl.php file, first thing you should do is check whether the tpl is getting called or not by just doing <?php echo "it works"; ?> then inside php tags just do print_r($form); which will give you the renderable array in which you can find your field name first and then just do print render($form['field_name']); just what I have explained in my answer. – Gaurav Rajdeo May 24 '17 at 5:29
  • I am sorry for these questions.I must put only <?php echo "it works"; ?> in my tpl file? So i secound step I should write only <?php print_r($form); ?> instead of <?php echo "it works"; ?> in my tpl file? in thirth step I must tell drupal to render fields by role , So in your sample code and in this line "if ($user->roles[5] == 'role2')" what is number 5 ? Is this number neccessary? – omiti May 27 '17 at 5:23
  • 1) I must put only <?php echo "it works"; ?> in my tpl file? - It is not required to add above php code in our template, just from the prospective to check whether the file is getting called or not, I suggested you to print that string. If this gets printed that means our template file is getting called. Now after checking you should remove this code. – Gaurav Rajdeo May 29 '17 at 9:13
  • 2)So i second step I should write only <?php print_r($form); ?> instead of <?php echo "it works"; ?> in my tpl file? -Yes after removing <?php echo "it works"; ?> code you should print $form which will give you a renderable array. This array will have your fields which you need to render one by one separately. After rendering all of your fields you should remove <?php print_r($form) ?> code also. – Gaurav Rajdeo May 29 '17 at 9:16

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