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Why node--type.tpl.php is not working? I've cleared drupal cache 100 times no results. Is there something else i must to do?

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Overriding node templates are done by placing node--'nodetype'.tpl.php templates inside your custom theme folder. If the template isn't accepted after cache clear, check if the Machine name on admin/structure/types is the same as 'nodetype'.

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Make sure you put node--underscores_between_words.tpl.php and saved it in your active theme directory.

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  • in my case its news content type. i've used node--news.tpl.php and its not working Commented Aug 7, 2011 at 17:16
  • are you trying to style the page or the nodes? Commented Aug 7, 2011 at 17:35
  • im trying to style the node. page--front.tpl.php and so works as intended, but node--type.tpl.php not... Commented Aug 7, 2011 at 17:43
  • maybe try node--news--page.tpl.php or try node--idnumber.php Commented Aug 7, 2011 at 18:07
  • Is the Machine name corresponding to the type on the tpl.php file?
    – JurgenR
    Commented Aug 7, 2011 at 18:13
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To override the node templates using node--type.tpl.php in your theme you need to also make sure that your theme overrides the system node.tpl.php template; this can just be a copy of the system node.tpl.php file in your theme if you don't wish to change it. Without it, any other node templates in your theme will be ignored.

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