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A node with a multivalue image field looks something like this in html (the part which displays images):

<figure class="clearfix field-item even"><a><img src=....></a></figure>
<figure class="clearfix field-item odd"><a><img src=....></a></figure>
....
<figure class="clearfix field-item even"><a><img src=....></a></figure>
<figure class="clearfix field-item odd"><a><img src=....></a></figure>

I would like it to look like this:

<figure class="clearfix field-item even image01"><a><img src=....></a></figure>
<figure class="clearfix field-item odd image02"><a><img src=....></a></figure>
....

One way is to write a node--contenttype.tpl.php and inside, instead of print render($content); make a big loop which will render the fields one by one, adding the necessary class with number to images.

Is there a simpler way to achieve this?

  • Have you looked at template_preprocess_field(&$variables, $hook)? You should be able to modify the class array. – hampusn Sep 12 '12 at 10:15
  • Once you know the hook name, everything suddenly becomes easy.. This is exactly what I was looking for, please make it an answer!! I also found an article about this here, and implementing this hook in conjunction with mytheme_field() function gives full control over every aspect of the field. – camcam Sep 12 '12 at 15:26
  • Done. I'll make some more research about the $hook parameter when I have some time to spare. – hampusn Sep 13 '12 at 7:40
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template_preprocess_field(&$variables, $hook) gives you the ability to manipulate fields before they are printed. Just like with template_preprocess_page() and template_preprocess_node(). Not sure what the $hook parameter is for and I have never needed it myself.

Since this is a preprocess function that will be executed for each field, you should add a condition for your field name. Something like this will do:

function THEME_OR_MODULE_preprocess_field(&$variables) {
  if($variables['element']['#field_name'] == 'FIELD_NAME') {
    // Manipulate the data. use dsm() or print_r() to see the array structure.
  }
}

Edit: It would seem as if $hook is always passed as the string 'field', which would be quite useless. Can anyone confirm this?

Edit 2: Okey, so you actually don't need template_preprocess_field() at all if you can override theme_field.

Below is a working example of a extended theme_field($variables) function based of the original version. There is also a good tutorial/example here, which @camcam shared in a comment.:

function THEME_NAME_field($vars) {
  $output = '';
  $i = 0;

  // Render the label, if it's not hidden.
  if (!$vars['label_hidden']) {
    $output .= '<div class="field-label"' . $vars['title_attributes'] . '>' . $vars['label'] . ':&nbsp;</div>';
  }

  // Render the items.
  $output .= '<div class="field-items"' . $vars['content_attributes'] . '>';
  foreach ($vars['items'] as $delta => $item) {
    $classes = 'field-item ' . ($delta % 2 ? 'odd' : 'even');

    // Add Row index to classes and iteriate row index variable.
    if ($vars['element']['#field_name'] == 'FIELD_NAME') {
      $classes .= ' row-' . $i;
      $i++;
    }

    $output .= '<div class="' . $classes . '"' . $vars['item_attributes'][$delta] . '>' . drupal_render($item) . '</div>';    
  }
  $output .= '</div>';

  // Render the top-level DIV.
  $output = '<div class="' . $vars['classes'] . '"' . $vars['attributes'] . '>' . $output . '</div>';

  return $output;
}
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  • Thanks! A propos Edit 2, I came to the same conclusion, after some experimenting with code. But I used 2 functions: MYTHEME_field to declare the themed field names and then function theme_MYFIELDNAME that returns the html. – camcam Sep 14 '12 at 18:31
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You can use jQuery to do this.

$('figure.field-item').each(function(index) {
   $(this).addClass("image" + index);
});
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  • This won't work if you have to fields with markup that matches figure.field-item. The index will continue to iteriate when it's done with the first field. – hampusn Sep 13 '12 at 9:18

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