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In this series, we talk about template.php, the file where all your functions live. We’ll also discuss preprocess functions and overriding theming functions. You’ll learn how to create new variables and override existing ones using template.php. With these tools you can allow your theme to have complete control of outputted HTML.
In this video you’ll learn when to use a tpl.php file or your template.php file, and we’ll look at differences between them. We’ll also review the three main steps of theming.