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< php print render($content['comment_form']); > < php endif; > </div> What we re doing here is saying: if there are comments, show the value of the comment count variable next to the text Comments. So, if there are four comments, the title for the comments are will read 4 Comments rather than just Comments. We got the code for this value from Drupal s API documentation for the node template file, available at http://api.drupal.org/api/drupal/modules--node--node.tpl.php/7 We re also using the format_plural http://api.drupal.org/api/function/format_plural/7 function to properly display the text:
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This type of theming will start to veer into development, but you can find a lot of pointers if you search drupal.org for the results you re trying to achieve. Chances are good that someone has tried to do the same thing and posted a code snippet in the forums or handbook. Give it a try (back up your site first!) the best way to learn is through trial and error! See Figure 8-21 for the end result.
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Figure 8-21. Our edited version of comment-wrapper.tpl.php with the comment count After making changes to an existing *.tpl.php file or adding a new *.tpl.php file, you need to clear the site cache on the Performance page. This reloads the theme s files and loads the changes that have been made.
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Security Tip: When you start dealing with .php files, you should familiarize yourself with security practices in Drupal. When you re displaying output through PHP that has been generated by a user, you run the risk of security exploits if these values are not properly sanitized. You can learn more about this very important topic at http://drupal.org/writing-secure-code
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The same idea applies to changes made to theme files such as the block.tpl.php, node.tpl.php, and the page.tpl.php. Fusion doesn t include all possible template files, so you can add any tpl files from Drupal itself or various modules by copying these from the original folder into your sub theme s folder. You can learn more about potential template files in Drupal's documentation: http://drupal.org/node/ 190815.
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The template.php file in your theme is a powerful way to add module-like code to your theme to run advanced functionality. Code snippets you find online or other modules may require you to add code to this file, which is where you'll probably first run into it. It is best to put any code other than a simple conditional statement in template.php instead of directly in a tpl.php file, which should be used only for markup, not complex logic. This is very important; many of the coding mistakes made by people new to Drupal is to add things like database calls and other functions into tpl.php files. The general rule of thumb to follow is that if the data are not available in the tpl.php file, then add it to template.php. To add template.php code, simply create a new template.php file in your subtheme and add the necessary code. It will automatically run Fusion s template.php file as well.
Summary
In this chapter, we reviewed how to theme a site using the Fusion core theme. Fusion is a powerful theming tool in that you can make most changes through Drupal s UI. We discussed how Fusion uses a grid approach to theming, helping with cross-browser compatibility and making it much easier to adjust the layout of a page. We also reviewed the Skinr module and how to add custom skins to blocks, regions, and other page elements. Finally, we closed with a review of how to create your own Fusion sub-theme and many of the common tpl.php files you may want to include.
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