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As said in the title, I'm having a problem with the "read more" link. I made my own view (wie-zijn-we-pagina) and content type (wie-zijn-we-) and am trying to add a custom "read more" and "add new comment" link to it. The code that I'm using gives me the correct custom "Add new comment" link but the "Read more" link doesn't work. At first it didnt even show up.

My code:

function ap_hogeschool_theme_preprocess_node(&$variables){
$variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['comment-comments'] = FALSE; 
if($variables['view'] && $variables['type'] == 'wie_zijn_we_')
    {   
    $variables['content']['links']['node']['#links']['node-readmore']['title'] ='<div class="custom-add-read-more"> </div>';
    $variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['node-readmore']['html'] = TRUE;
    $variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['comment-add']['title'] = '<div class="custom-add-comment"> </div>';
    $variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['comment-add']['html'] = TRUE;

} 
}

I don't know if the part where i call the view and content type is correct... I'm still a new drupal user.

An image of what i have:

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An image of what in need to have:

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Could somebady please help me along?

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You have a mistake on your code. Instead of $variables['content']['links']['node'] you wrote $variables['content']['links']['comment'].

Corrected code:

function ap_hogeschool_theme_preprocess_node(&$variables){

  $variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['comment-comments'] = FALSE;

  if( $variables['type'] == 'wie_zijn_we_' && $variables['view_mode'] == 'teaser' ){

     $variables['content']['links']['node']['#links']['node-readmore']['title'] ='<div class="custom-add-read-more"> </div>';
     // Mistake was in this line:
     $variables['content']['links']['node']['#links']['node-readmore']['html'] = TRUE;
     $variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['comment-add']['title'] = '<div class="custom-add-comment"> </div>';
     $variables['content']['links']['comment']['#links']['comment-add']['html'] = TRUE;

   } 
  }
  • Hey Rufein, thx alot, This work perfectly. Again a dum mistake from my part :(. – Jimmy Raets May 7 '13 at 11:29
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    Don't worry, everybody learns making mistakes. We are here to learn. Good luck on your project. – Rufein May 7 '13 at 11:33
  • Eu Rufein, I just noticed. I can see my custom link now but it can't be clicked, its like the link part is missing and it just shows a nice picture now... Am I still doing something wrong? – Jimmy Raets May 7 '13 at 11:49
  • I think it's OK. You could check with firebug if an <a> wrapper is printed in code. This tag should wrap the title you have writted in your preproccess hook. If it's printed, then with CSS you will solve the problem. – Rufein May 7 '13 at 12:02
  • I just checked and it doesn't work at all. There is one post where the "add new comment" works but on all the other posts it does not place a <a> wrapper around the links... Is it possible that my new class go's in conflict with the one from my front page? (if I use the first part of the following code: if($variables['view'] && $variables['type'] == 'wie_zijn_we_') then i get tons of errors on my view saying that it doesn't accept view as a variable or something.) – Jimmy Raets May 7 '13 at 12:20

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