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I have been losing quite a lot of time with something that seemed straightforward initially.

I am trying to use a template file(tpl.php) to print a content type with custom html layout.

In template.php I added.

function responsive_bartik_preprocess_node(&$variables) {
  if ($variables['type'] == 'dagens_billet') {
    $variables['theme_hook_suggestions'][] = 'templates/dagens_billet--template';
   }
}

I added a templates/dagens_billet--template.tpl.php but nothing is being printed. I've added the following test code in there:

<?php print render('Giannisssssssssssssss'); ?>

Any suggestions to make it work?

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this is my method for doing such thing and it always works.

create a view of your content type (ct), say ct__view. create a page and rename it to
page--path_of_view.tpl.php and embed that view inside it at any where you want with this instruction <?php print views_embed_view('ct__view','page');?>. now you can customize its fields output with views-view-fields--ct__view--page.tpl.php

  • Where do you place all these files? – Potney Switters Oct 6 '13 at 10:01
  • at your theme folder for me on localhost is C:\xampp\htdocs\MY_THEME_NAME\sites\all\themes\MY_THEME_NAME – user21400 Oct 6 '13 at 15:02
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The solution I found is quite simple. Just creating a sites/all/themes/{mytheme}/templates/node-{content_type_machine_name}.tpl.php

This is explained nicely at http://www.slideshare.net/aimeemaree/a-look-at-drupal-7-theming

  • this method node--ct.tpl.php does not work on drupal 7 any more. – M a m a D Oct 6 '13 at 15:10

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