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I'm very new to Drupal development and I am completely stuck(.

I have a custom content form, where I need to hide some fields in Inline Entity Form. I am trying to write my own custom module to achieve this, I am doing the following: 1. I create module folder, where I put info.yml file 2. I create Controller file, where I add custom class and this code inside this class:

public function MY_MODULE_form_alter(&$form, FormStateInterface $form_state, $form_id) {if ($form_id == 'MY_FORM') {...};
  1. The next thing I am completely stuck at is do I need a routing file to make this work? I can't find any info about this so I'd really appreciate some help! And if I need routing, what should I write there?
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Thank you very much! I really didn't need routing!

Well, finally I found the solution to my problem - I created the module with 2 files only - mymodule.info.yml and mymodule.module. In .module file I only added these lines of code and everything worked! (Almost)

function mymodule_inline_entity_form_entity_form_alter(&$entity_form, &$form_state) { 
if ($entity_form['#entity_type'] == 'node' && $entity_form['#bundle'] == 'my_custom_content_type_machine_name') { 
  unset($entity_form['field_I_need_to_hide']); 
}}
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  • This is great news that you went this far. Providing this as answer will mostly prevent people from posting any answer especially since your new question is in AN ANSWER. I think you should either consider editing the question with your new findings or create a new. – GiorgosK Apr 5 '19 at 10:30
  • Thank you for your suggestion! I will create new question! – JuliaK Apr 5 '19 at 10:31

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