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* Post process any rendered data.
* This can be valuable to be able to cache a view and still have some level of
* dynamic output. In an ideal world, the actual output will include HTML
* comment based tokens, and then the post process can replace those tokens.
* Example usage. If it is known that the view is a node view and that the
* primary field will be a nid, you can do something like this:
* And then in the post render, create an array with the text that should
* go there:
* strtr($output, array('<!--post-FIELD-1-->' => 'output for FIELD of nid 1');
* All of the cached result data will be available in $view->result, as well,
* so all ids used in the query should be discoverable.
* This hook can be utilized by themes.
* @param $view
* The view object about to be processed.
* @param $output
* A flat string with the rendered output of the view.
* @param $cache
* The cache settings.
hook_views_post_render(&$view, &$output, &$cache)
if ($view->name == 'your_view_name')
//do your logic