I have created a view of users with a page display. When I navigate to that page it isn't rendering Omega's usual id or grid classes. Instead it is just using Views classes.

For example here is the HTML output for a normal content type views page: Views content type html output

And here is the HTML output for a user type page view: Views user type html output

Has anyone come across this?


Just to add that if you add a block to the content region then the omega template seems to work normally.

  • "I have created a page view from the user type." <-- what does this mean?
    – beth
    Jan 31, 2013 at 19:35
  • When you first create your view it asks you what to show. From that drop down you can select comments, files, content, taxonomy terms or users (there may be more options depending on other modules). I selected users as I am working with fields from the users profile.
    – inertiahz
    Jan 31, 2013 at 19:41
  • Ah, got it. Edited it to hopefully be more clear.
    – beth
    Jan 31, 2013 at 19:42
  • That is very strange. Omega's region--content.tpl.php template was bypassed.
    – mpdonadio
    Jan 31, 2013 at 21:03
  • That's good that something wrong is happening, at least its not me been a numpty :p
    – inertiahz
    Jan 31, 2013 at 21:52

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Ok so I think I have found a workaround / solution when using view pages. I think that the Context module may of had a hand in this, as another site I run, which doesn't have context installed works fine when rendering views pages.

So while poking around Context and its available blocks I noticed that there was a Main page content block. I added that to the content region and now if I use a view as a page the content region HTML is rendered.

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