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Drupal example source code file (webform-form.tpl.php)

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The webform-form.tpl.php Drupal example source code


 * @file
 * Customize the display of a complete webform.
 * This file may be renamed "webform-form-[nid].tpl.php" to target a specific
 * webform on your site. Or you can leave it "webform-form.tpl.php" to affect
 * all webforms on your site.
 * Available variables:
 * - $form: The complete form array.
 * - $nid: The node ID of the Webform.
 * The $form array contains two main pieces:
 * - $form['submitted']: The main content of the user-created form.
 * - $form['details']: Internal information stored by Webform.
  // If editing or viewing submissions, display the navigation at the top.
  if (isset($form['submission_info']) || isset($form['navigation'])) {
    print drupal_render($form['navigation']);
    print drupal_render($form['submission_info']);

  // Print out the main part of the form.
  // Feel free to break this up and move the pieces within the array.
  print drupal_render($form['submitted']);

  // Always print out the entire $form. This renders the remaining pieces of the
  // form that haven't yet been rendered above.
  print drupal_render_children($form);

  // Print out the navigation again at the bottom.
  if (isset($form['submission_info']) || isset($form['navigation'])) {
    print drupal_render($form['navigation']);

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