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Looking for a way to preprocess two fields. I am trying to hide Field 1 from display if Field 2 has value.

If Field 1 has value and Field 2 has value display Field 2 only. If Field 1 has value and Field 2 has NO value display Field 1.

This should only apply to content type USER POSTS. And I am using Display Suite to arrange the fields if that makes a difference.

What would be the preprocess hook to place on mytheme.theme?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Can you hide it with CSS? In which case you could do something simple like:

<?php

/**
 * Implements template_preprocess_hook().
 *
 * Adapt logic, field names etc to suit your needs.
 */
function MYTHEME_preprocess_page(&$variables) {

  if (empty($variables['node']->get('my_field_2')->value)) {
    $variables['page_classes']['#plain_text'] .= ' field_two--display-none';
  } 

}

/* CSS */
.field_two--display-none { display: none; }

Not super elegant but would do the trick.

Your other option is to use the conditional fields module.

  • Can you help me understand the if statement? Does it say if my_field_2 is empty then set this CSS class or if my_field_2 has value then set this CSS class? – Progonat Oct 16 '18 at 14:05
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    It's asking: Does $variables['node']->get('my_field_2')->value return an empty value? If so, then apply the CSS class to hide this field. Hope that makes sense! – 100pic Oct 16 '18 at 23:21
  • This needs a little bit of tweak and I am stuck. The logic I am trying to implement is: If field_2 retruns value (is not null), apply hide css to field_1. Example: Field 2 is the video, if video exist hide field 1 which is the image. Any tips? – Progonat Nov 5 '18 at 16:53

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