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I've got another question about undefined index that I can use help with.

The error message I get is: Notice: Undefined index: field_brand_image in include() on line 15

I'm pretty sure that this is the same lnaguage and "und" portion of the field array issue I had in my other question here: Notice: Undefined index: und in include()

And only displays when the field is empty

Except this time the error is coming from a views template, the line throwing the error looks like:

php print $fields['field_brand_image']->content;

I "think" the answer involves an isset conditional, but I don't know what the syntax should be. I'm using D7.23 and views 7.x-2.3

I'd appreciate some help. Thanks.

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One way of doing that is using a empty to check the field as following:

<?php print (!empty($fields['field_brand_image'])) ? 
  $fields['field_brand_image']->content : ''; ?>
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  • Just empty on its own is enough. It doesn't give an error when the expression does not exist. Oct 23, 2013 at 16:53
  • @AlfredArmstrong Yeah right, Thanks for correcting me Oct 23, 2013 at 16:56
  • Thank you both again for the help, I really do appreciate it.
    – StephanieF
    Oct 23, 2013 at 16:59

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