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i use drupal + commerce + adressfield and i am cleaning up the checkout-page form markup (at least i try).

i am familiar with the theme functions of form.inc and have removed some divs aleady using this functions but one of the divs i dont know were it is defined.

dpm(); says it resides in $element['#children'] but ['#children'] is the whole markup including the div i want to remove.

to be clear: i want to remove the red marked outer div only!

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  • That might not be the best idea - I think the 'add another' javascript functionality targets those wrappers specifically – Clive Jul 30 '13 at 18:12
  • thanks for comment but i want to understand were all this markup comes from. a check later will show what divs essentially needed. any more comments on this? thanks. – user19578 Aug 1 '13 at 10:30
  • I'd guess they're added by addressfield_process_format_form() (process function for the addressfield form element), might be a good place to start – Clive Aug 1 '13 at 10:35
  • inner elements are added by addressfield.module and adress.inc the origin of the marked div in red is still unknown. i had a look at your function and i dont think thats the right place. but thank you. – user19578 Aug 1 '13 at 11:22
  • ok got it. form.inc function function drupal_build_form($form_id, &$form_state) add there unset($form['customer_profile_billing']['commerce_customer_address']['und']['#prefix']); unset($form['customer_profile_billing']['commerce_customer_address']['und']['#suffix']); – user19578 Aug 1 '13 at 13:38
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The user's answer in the comment is wrong. We never want to hack a module. But we can use hook_form_alter() to modify the #suffix and #prefix.

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