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Use it for questions about rendering or modifying the HTML markup produced by a module/theme.

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You'll have to follow the trail in the DPM structure. The url field is under the #element element. The #element element is under the 0 element. This means you can access the value of url with: $items …
answered May 16 '14 by Jesse
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Make sure your theme contains a zeropint.info file. This makes Drupal see it at admin/appearance Clear the Drupal cache Now your theme should be listed
answered May 17 '14 by Jesse
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The thread you link to is for Drupal 6, if you are using Drupal 7 I think the template file should be: page--mobile-special-events.tpl.php (note the double dash).
answered Jun 22 '14 by Jesse
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You forgot to print the results. Use: <?php print render($page['myregion']) ?> Explanation: During a page request, Drupal keeps all the data it loads in PHP arrays for as long as possible. The …
answered May 15 '14 by Jesse