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So I am trying to add an additional page to garland at http://site.com/processfront, this code does not seem to run and or change the template. I know the code is being run however, since i get an error if i purposefully mess up syntax. But, I tried defining some other arbitrary variables and printing them and that didnt work either... What's going on? Thanks

function phptemplate_preprocess_page(&$vars, $hook) { $vars['tabs2'] = menu_secondary_local_tasks();

if (arg(0) == 'processfront') { $variables['template_file'] = 'page-processfront'; }

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If processfront is an alias for a specific node, let's say 228, then its system path is really node/228 and arg(0) will be node. If you've set your system up so that this node is your front page, you can just use page-front.tpl.php and drupal will take care of it automagically. Otherwise, you can use drupal_get_path_alias() and check against that.

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  • processfront is just an arbitrary url route I made to pull a custom php file at page-processfront.tpl.php
    – A_funs
    Aug 1, 2012 at 15:46
  • I want site.com/processfront to go to the custom page "page-processfront.tpl.php" I put into the theme directory
    – A_funs
    Aug 1, 2012 at 15:47
  • Not really following, but if you want drupal to do something at www.yoursite.com/processfront, you need to create a menu item for it.
    – Jimajamma
    Aug 1, 2012 at 15:49
  • I need to create a menu item even if it will not need to be accessed directly by users? only by script?
    – A_funs
    Aug 1, 2012 at 15:50
  • One side effect of page-ANY-PATH.tpl.php though is that if after you've cleared all caches/rebuilt your theme registry, it will be used for www.yoursite.com/ANY/PATH even if that path doesn't exist on your system. This is ugly though because drupal will have returned a NOT FOUND error to the user's browser.
    – Jimajamma
    Aug 1, 2012 at 15:52

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