[development] core user_login customization -- getting breakout theming AND custom validator working at the same time?
bayousoft at gmail.com
Thu May 20 01:45:08 UTC 2010
I am shooting here but have you tried changing:
@ function custom_form_alter -->
@ function get_user_login_form_alter -->
On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 8:04 PM, Ben DJ
<bendj095124367913213465 at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 5:43 PM, Lee Rowlands
> <leerowlands at rowlands-bcs.com> wrote:
> > Hi ben
> > In which case you are looking at a multi-step form again
> > I'm trying to think of a good example to refer you to but are coming up
> > blank :-(
> np! appreciated :-)
> as 'flexible' as Drupal is, I find the same lack of 'real world'
> examples for anything but the simplest matters ...
> "Pro Drupal Development" sums it up nicely:
> "If you come from a background where you have created your own
> forms directly in HTML, you may find Drupal’s approach a bit baffling
> at first."
> Imo -- amen!
> In DIY HTML/PHP, 'this' is all trivial.
> In Drupal,
> Creating a new form with Webform is trivial.
> Creating a new form programatically via module takes a bit of reading-up..
> Altering a core-form is pretty straightforward.
> Building a non-standard workflow around core forms, using Drupal
> internals and 3rd party module extension is ... a bit challenging.
> Trying to contact the developers whose modules I'm trying to
> understand/extend has been less than fruitful, receiving a sometimes
> cool reception ... though I _have_ received offers to take my money
> for paid consulting ;-)
> This list, and Pro Drupal have been the best help so far.
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