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I made a custom User Panel which is similar to Wordpress Top Panel in page.tpl.php so this panel will be shown for every logged-in users on the top of their page. But I want to hide that panel in user-profile.tpl.php but, not sure is there any function like is_profile() or something like that so I can check for a profile page and when the statement is true then hide the custom User Panel on user-profile.tpl.php.

Note that my d7 site has its custom user profile page.

Any idea? Thanks

  • On the block's settings you have Pages tab with All pages except those listed - why can't you just use that? PS there is no need for bold "call to arms" text, your question was just as clear without it. – Mołot Aug 28 '13 at 7:29
  • Thanks, i have edited my question, it should not be a Block i did a mistake in my Q; – rakibtg Aug 28 '13 at 7:45
  • Please don't use `code marks` for things that are not code. – Mołot Aug 28 '13 at 7:48
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Anywhere in code, you can use code like that:

if (    arg(0) == 'user' // test if you are on user page
    and is_numeric(arg(1)) // and if user ID was provided and is possibly valid (a number)
    and arg(2) == FALSE // and there is no /edit or /delete added
) {
  // Do something
}

Substitute 'user' with any name provided by module, if you are using alternative user profile module.

  • If adding this to a module, would it go in hook_init()? I absolutely hate using hook_init and am looking for a better solution if someone could recommend one. – ElusiveMind Feb 5 '16 at 16:04
  • this wrong, the path '/user/{username}' also points to the same user profile page. arg(1) won't always be numeric. Look at my answer – Sanjok Gurung Oct 13 '19 at 21:15
  • @SanjokGurung this answer is years old. Currently I am no longer working with Drupal, and keeping my knowledge up to date doesn't bring home the bacon, so I currently do not care. If you can improve community knowledge, great! By all means do it. – Mołot Oct 13 '19 at 21:23
  • @Mołot, actually, your answer is correct , and I have to apologise. – Sanjok Gurung Oct 13 '19 at 21:50
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You can do that in the Block configuration page. Click on 'configure block' on the contextual menu, or in blocks administration page admin/structure/block.

Below, under Visibility Settings make sure the All pages except those listed is selected, and in the textarea put this line:

user/%

If you are using Profile2 module, you may want to add also:

profile-name/%

Where the profile-name is the machine name of your profile type.

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