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I'd like to modify the current order layout visible at user/[uid]/orders/[order_id]

Specifically, I'd like to list the billing and shipping info before the line item detail:

  1. billing and shipping
  2. List item detail
  3. subtotals

I know that the the line item detail is a View that can be edited, but I'm not sure how to control placement/sequence of items not in this view.

Thanks in advance for any tips or advice.

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For reference there are a couple answers depending on the situation. The order of the field display can be controlled by going to store->configuration->order settings->Manage Display which I believe would solve the OP question.

If you are looking to setup a custom .tpl.php file I wasn't able to successfully use the template suggestions which are:

  • commerce_order
  • commerce_order__commerce_order
  • commerce_order__commerce_order__customer
  • commerce_order__OID (where OID is the order ID)

I found these in template_preprocess_entity in $variables['theme_hook_suggestions']

However, since an order is an entity I was able to use http://drupal.org/node/1238606 (tutorial on theming custom entities) and use a template of my own choosing.

template.php

/**
* Process variables for MYTEMPLATE--order.tpl.php.
*/
function MYTHEME_preprocess_MYTEMPLATE(&$variables) {
  // This is the generic entity preprocessor
  template_preprocess_entity($variables);
}

/**
 * Implements hook_entity_view_alter to alter the entity theme used by
 * commerce_order.
 */
function MYTHEME_entity_view_alter(&$build, $type) {
  if('commerce_order' == $type){
    $build['#theme'] = 'MYTEMPLATE';
  }
}

From there you can use: sites/all/modules/entity/entity.tpl.php as a template for your template.

Hope this helps someone.

Cheers,

Rob

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If you create a new .tpl that follows the orders path you will be able to expose whatever you want in whatever order you wish. Unless I'm misreading what you're asking.

  • I wasn't able to get a template working (tried commerce-order.tpl.php, based on a quick look with devel themer). This might not have been the right name to use.... – Dave Bruns Aug 21 '12 at 5:20
  • I haven't seen commerce-order yet and only commerce-order-email.tpl.php so I would say that isn't the correct theming standard for that. Most of the time it's something like users-order, or page-order something like that. – o_O Aug 21 '12 at 5:26
  • Sorry, hit return and posted a partial reply... In the end, I went with another module, commerce_invoice_receipt, which is a better solution for what I was trying to do (theme a printable version of an order). This module adds a new display to the order entity, which makes it possible for admins and users to print an HTML order that can be customized with a provided template. Also makes it possible to email the HTML order to a user manually or with a rule. – Dave Bruns Aug 21 '12 at 5:34
  • Ah. It sounded like you were aiming at theming the user's invoice view under their profile. – o_O Aug 21 '12 at 6:38

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