Drupal 7 - How To Create A Custom Template For A View
Download and enable modules
Download and install Views and Devel modules:
drush -y en views views_ui devel
Create new content type and add some content
Go to Structure > Content types > Add content type:
Add a custom field:
Create a new view
Go to Structure > Views > Add new view
Create a view with block:
Add your custom fields in FIELDS:
Disable Create a label and Add default classes if you want to reduce extra markup:
Prepare the view block
Hit the Theme: Information under Advanced tab:
In Row style output, copy one of the template names:
I chose views-view-fields--flowers--block.tpl.php, because it tells us nicely what this file is all about (a block representing a view called flowers).
Create an empty php file with your chosen template name in themes/bartik/templates folder:
Write this in it:
<?php print "testing"; ?>
Rescan templates files in the theming information area and your template name should go bold:
Hit ok and save the view.
Goto Structure > Blocks and place the View block in Content section:
Save blocks, go to frontpage and you should see a 'testing' line for each custom node you created:
Open your template file (views-view-fields--flowers--block.tpl.php) and write this in it:
<?php dpm($fields); ?>
dpm is a useful function provided with Devel module.
Refresh your frontpage and you should see this:
Double-click the item name you want to find path for.
Now you can see that $fields variable is an array with 2 elements, title and field_flowers_availability objects.
You can access them like this:
dpm($fields); // print "testing"; print $fields["title"]->content; print $fields["field_flowers_availability"]->content;
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