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Drupal 7 taxonomy image links

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Posted by admin on Dom 11 Dic 2011

Recently upgraded my site to d7 and wanted to have taxonomy images. This is extremely easy in Drupal 7 as you can add CCK fields to taxonomy. Some images used require a link back to the owner's website as a condition of use so I added a link field as well. Here is the taxonomy manage fields screen (goto edit vocabulary from structure, taxonomy):-

drupal 7 taxonomy fields

Note the two additional fields, Image and Link. The xm lsitemap field comes from the xmlsitemap module. On the "Manage Display" tab, I changed the label display to hidden.

If you now view a taxonomy term page, the image and link will display. However, this is not what I wanted. I needed to wrap the image inside the anchor tag to make the image clickable. I guess there are several ways to do this, but I found this worked. I added #pre_render code like this inside a custom module (xxx in this example):-

  1. function xxx_page_alter(&$page) {
  2. $page['content']['system_main']['term_heading']['term']['#pre_render'][] = 'xxx_taxo_image_link';
  3. }
  5. function xxx_taxo_image_link($elements) {
  6. if (isset($elements['field_link']['0']['#markup'])) {
  7. $elements['field_image']['#prefix'] = '<a href="'. $elements['field_link']['0']['#markup'] .'">';
  8. $elements['field_image']['#suffix'] = '</a>';
  9. unset($elements['field_link']);
  10. }
  11. return $elements;
  12. }

The first function adds a call to xxx_taxo_image_link() to the #pre-render array for the term in the heading. The second function makes the image linkable by adding the anchor tag using #prefix and #suffix. The if makes sure the wrapping only occurs if there is link data. The unset ensures the link is removed and not displayed.


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