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I'm trying to get the currently logged-in user's status (active or blocked) in template_preprocess_user. I tried the following with no luck.

function MYTHEME_preprocess_user(&$variables) {
  $user = $variables['user'];
  $variables['status'] = $user->status();
}

function MYTHEME_preprocess_user(&$variables) {
  $user = $variables['user'];
  $variables['status'] = $user->getStatus();
}
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Assuming this is Drupal 8, try $user->isBlocked().

If this is Drupal 7, you probably just need to call user_load($uid) first in order to get a fully-loaded user object before checking the $user->status. Or try user_is_blocked($name).

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  • Yes, Drupal 8, and $user->isBlocked() worked! For $variables['status'] = $user->isBlocked() In my user twig file, {{ status }} would display 1 for blocked user, and nothing for active user. So I was able to do {% if status == '1' %} and do different things depending on if the user is active or blocked Thanks very much!
    – kokamow
    Oct 30, 2020 at 19:09
  • If it worked, can you accept the answer? See stackoverflow.com/help/someone-answers
    – anonymous
    Nov 5, 2020 at 9:58

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