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I wrote a simple module that uses hook_theme().

/**
* Implements hook_theme().
*/
function test_theme() {
  'upload_page' => array(
  'template' => 'templates/upload_page',
  'arguments' => array(
    'uploadurl' => NULL,
    'options' => NULL,
    'title' => NULL,
    'user' => NULL),
   )
}

I still have an error.

Warning: include(./sites/all/themes/test/templates/upload_page.tpl.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory

How do I change this path to ./sites/all/modules/test/templates?

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Drupal won't look for the template in a theme path unless

  1. You've added this code to a theme instead of a module or
  2. You've put your module in the theme folder instead of sites/all/modules, and then perhaps moved it once installed (less likely I think).

If you've done either of these I'd advise fixing that problem and putting the code/module where it's supposed to go.

If you're too invested at this point, though, you can use the path argument to hook_theme() to provide a static path to your theme's implementation folder:

'upload_page' => array(
  'template' => 'templates/upload_page',
  'arguments' => array(
    'uploadurl' => NULL,
    'options' => NULL,
    'title' => NULL,
    'user' => NULL
  ),
  'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'test')
)

The docs I've linked to are for Drupal 6 as I assume from your code that's what you're using; if you're using Drupal 7, the arguments property should be changed to variables.

  • Thanks for answer, but I haven't added my code to theme but to module and I haven't moved this code after install. It is possible that it happens because I have theme on the same name what module is? – nitek Jun 22 '12 at 8:08

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