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I have a few custom theme settings which so on my themes settings page.. this all works fine and as expected.

I now need to create a view that gets that custom theme setting. I can't find anything on how to do this.

I have installed the views php module and I know this theme_get_setting('setting_name') is what i used to get the theme settings in my template.php file.

Any help with this will be much appreciated.

Regards C

  • Could you be more specific about what you're trying to do? If you want to theme the view, you can always make a template. – Patrick Kenny May 1 '12 at 4:54
  • Hi Patrick. I know how to create a template but I'm stuck on getting a custom theme setting from the database. It's that variable that I need to use in my view/template. I hope that makes more sense. – cybercampbell May 1 '12 at 4:57
  • do want make some pages like customize theme for non-admin user? – Mohammad Ali Akbari May 1 '12 at 5:27
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    How exactly is theme_get_setting() not working for you? Are you getting an error message or a different output than expected? – sheena_d May 2 '12 at 5:41
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    Did you try adding the name of the theme that has that setting as the second value passed to the function? i.e. theme_get_setting('tm_qrule_url', 'themename');? – sheena_d May 2 '12 at 14:57
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Just for other people who come across this here is the answer:

<?php print theme_get_setting('tm_qrule_url'); ?> works using the views_php module

It doesn't show in the views preview but does in the actual page load.

Thanks goes to @sheena_d for helping with this.

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