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Usually users can go to front/home page from anywhere by clicking on the logo. But if I see some e-commerce site, they restrict it when we go for any steps of checkout. I also want to do the same. If somebody clicks on checkout & URL form something like $base_url/checkout*, I want to remove home/front page navigation link from logo. How can it be done ?

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A good method of doing this is with the context module and context layouts.

Context module: https://drupal.org/project/context

You can specify two layouts, one for main and one for checkout.

Heres a vid about it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzBpjZ_ZRfo

  • Two layout enable by creating different TPL for the purpose of mine need help of delta module. But it doesn't work without Omega.... – RajeevK Jun 15 '13 at 7:03
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I have created three page.tpl.php with name - page--checkout.tpl.php, page--checkout--review.tpl.php, page--checkout--shipping.tpl.php.

These were being called on the every steps of checkout process in my instance.

After that everything was easy. I had control over each elements of page. I removed unwanted region as well as navigation to HOME from site logo.

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