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I'm trying to output the main_menu in to a custom theme on the page.tpl.php template however nothing is displaying when I add <?php print theme("links", $main_menu) ?>

However when I do a var_dump on the $main_menu I get

array(2) { ["menu-218"]=> array(2) { ["href"]=> string(7) "" ["title"]=> string(4) "Home" } ["menu-335"]=> array(2) { ["href"]=> string(6) "node/1" ["title"]=> string(4) "Home" } }

What might I be doing wrong? I'm new to Drupal so be kind please :D

I do have features[] = main_menu in my .info file.

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Try adding the following lines to your template file. Works for me.

$main_menu_tree = menu_tree(variable_get('menu_main_links_source', 'main-menu'));
print drupal_render($main_menu_tree);
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  • Still no result unfortunately, do I need to put this in a function in the template file?
    – PapaSmurf
    Oct 30, 2012 at 12:13
  • yes, in your theme's page.tpl.php, wherever you need to print (generally inside <div id='header-menu><?php //copy above code here ?> </div>. Make sure you clear your cache after this.
    – AjitS
    Oct 30, 2012 at 12:16
  • Sorry I miss understood you when you said template file, I thought the template.php file :P Thats worked great thanks! How do I add custom attributes to this though so I may style it?
    – PapaSmurf
    Oct 30, 2012 at 12:19
  • There is a id to the div already; you can add a class as well by something like <div id='header-menu' class='header-menu-class'>....
    – AjitS
    Oct 30, 2012 at 12:22
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    You're welcome :) Drupal community will always welcome you :) happy learning!
    – AjitS
    Oct 30, 2012 at 12:35

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