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I would create regions on my zen theme, reflecting the narrow columns side by side.

I want a layout that does not provide the content by default, but it plans to create 3 sidebar facing the same width.How can I do?

EDIT

Also, I want the page layout different from the initial layout of other pages, so I can have different layout templates with different regions?

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  • Sounds like you would be better helped by searching for information about basic HTML/CSS layout structures rather than Drupal theming.
    – sheena_d
    Jun 30, 2012 at 4:24

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In the file your_theme.info you should add

regions[new_region] = New Region

regions[new_region] this is the machine name so the variable will be $new_region

Then on page.tpl.php you should add the html and the php like

<?php
if ($new_region) :?>
<div id="new-region">
<?php print $new_region; ?>
</div>
<?php endif; ?>

Remember to flush the cache and do the performance after you modify page.tpl.php

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  • but how it is determined the position of the region added?
    – Antilope
    Jun 29, 2012 at 15:50
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    May you be more clear? If you are asking me in which place it is going to be shown, the answer is, it depend where you put your HTML/PHP. page.tpl.php is a php page with html structure. Is this you doubt? Jun 29, 2012 at 15:56
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I just created a region on my Zen 7.x-5.5 subtheme like this:

  1. Added: regions[new_region] = New Region to my_theme.info

  2. Added (differs slightly from Tyler Durden's code which haven't worked for me):

<?php if ($page['new_region']) :?> <div id="new_region"> <?php print render($page['new_region']); ?> </div> <?php endif; ?>

to page.tpl.php.

  1. Cleared the cashe.

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