Drupal 7

In Drupal 7, the challenge in display custom views when working with Drupal Commerce is that the Commerce fields by default are programatically separated and distinct from content fields and entities of your usual Drupal content types - including for instance the Product Display content type. In this example, we have a Content Type > Product Display, with referenced Commerce Product fields. Needless to say each has its own set of fields, normally the Commerce fields are rendered inside your Product Display, as the common and preferred setup for D7.

Normally, in printing fields in Drupal 7 for the usual nodes, we use:

<?php print render($content['field_phone']); ?>

Now, we have a rather similar but different format for Drupal Commerce products display. You may use below "Commerce" equivalent of what is normally done for the usual Drupal nodes. This is assuming you want a field item within your product nodes printed or displayed on your template or TPL file:

Product Display > Manage Display 

  1. Go to the Product Display (node) Display Settings
  2. Identify which Display View you want the add to cart feature disabled
    Drupal-Commerce-hide-add-cart-product-display.png
  3. Assuming "Product" is the referenced field, hide the Product reference field and hide any of the injected product attribute fields that you wouldn't want displayed. Switch from "Add to Cart" to "Hiden"

Option 1: Field Slideshow and Field Collection modules

Provides a Slideshow formatter for Image fields, using JQuery Cycle plugin.Compared to Views slideshows, building the slideshow from multiple nodes, this module builds it from a single node, with a multi-valued Image/Media/Field Collection field.

https://www.drupal.org/project/field_slideshow

A common error on Drupal 7 running on PHP 7: Fatal error: Only variables can be passed by reference in C:\xampp\htdocs\xxx\sites\all\modules\commerce\modules\cart\commerce_cart.module on line 1344

Fixes:

Introduction

In a previous blog post, we explained what hierarchical paths are, gave examples, and solved a problem with the pathauto module of Drupal 7 that caused certain links to contain a buggy "front" slug.

In this blog post, we will go deeper into all the issues that come with implementing a proper URL paths hierarchy in Drupal 7 and try to propose working solutions where possible.

Normally, templates come in default by printing all content fields by:

<?php print render($content); ?>

But if for some reason, you wish to display everything, yet you need to exclude or omit certain field values from displaying, you may want to use:

<?php

hide($content['field_image']);

print render($content);

?>

In above example this will output everything by default, yet hide the image of the node.

You may consider using PHP for this.

  1. Go to your Views
  2. Header > Add
  3. Select Global: PHP
  4. Use PHP snippet below to display the current term description
  5. You may use additional fields as necessary, arguments, arrays, etc.
<?php $current = taxonomy_term_load(arg(2)); ?>
<?php if ($current): ?>
    <div class="taxonomy-description">
        <?php echo $current->description; ?>
    </div>
<?php endif; ?>

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