profile-listing.tpl.php

  1. drupal
    1. 6
    2. 7

Default theme implementation for displaying a user and their profile data for member listing pages.

where all the data is collected and printed out.

Available variables:

  • $account: User's account object.
  • $user_picture: Image configured for the account linking to the users page.
  • $name: User's account name linking to the users page.
  • $profile: Keyed array of all profile fields that are set as visible in member list pages (configured by site administrators). It also needs to have a value in order to be present.

Each $field in $profile contains:

  • $field->title: Title of the profile field.
  • $field->value: Value of the profile field.
  • $field->type: Type of the profile field, i.e., checkbox, textfield, textarea, selection, list, url or date.

Since $profile is keyed, a direct print of the field is possible. Not all accounts may have a value for a profile so do a check first. If a field of "last_name" was set for the site, the following can be used.

<?php if (isset($profile['last_name'])): ?> <div class="field last-name"> <?php print $profile['last_name']->title; ?>:<br /> <?php print $profile['last_name']->value; ?> </div> <?php endif; ?>

See also

profile-wrapper.tpl.php

template_preprocess_profile_listing()

View source
<?php

/**
 * @file
 * Default theme implementation for displaying a user and their profile data
 * for member listing pages.
 *
 * @see profile-wrapper.tpl.php
 *      where all the data is collected and printed out.
 *
 * Available variables:
 * - $account: User's account object.
 * - $user_picture: Image configured for the account linking to the users page.
 * - $name: User's account name linking to the users page.
 * - $profile: Keyed array of all profile fields that are set as visible
 *   in member list pages (configured by site administrators). It also needs
 *   to have a value in order to be present.
 *
 * Each $field in $profile contains:
 * - $field->title: Title of the profile field.
 * - $field->value: Value of the profile field.
 * - $field->type: Type of the profile field, i.e., checkbox, textfield,
 *   textarea, selection, list, url or date.
 *
 * Since $profile is keyed, a direct print of the field is possible. Not
 * all accounts may have a value for a profile so do a check first. If a field
 * of "last_name" was set for the site, the following can be used.
 *
 *  <?php if (isset($profile['last_name'])): ?>
 *    <div class="field last-name">
 *      <?php print $profile['last_name']->title; ?>:<br />
 *      <?php print $profile['last_name']->value; ?>
 *    </div>
 *  <?php endif; ?>
 *
 * @see template_preprocess_profile_listing()
 */
?>
<div class="profile clearfix">
  <?php print $user_picture; ?>

  <div class="name">
    <?php print $name; ?>
  </div>

  <?php foreach ($profile as $field): ?>
    <div class="field">
      <?php print $field->value; ?>
    </div>
  <?php endforeach; ?>

</div>