Default plugin to view a single row of a table. This is really just a wrapper around a theme function.


Expanded class hierarchy of views_plugin_row

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core/modules/views/plugins/, line 22
Contains the base row style plugin.


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views_object::unpack_translatables public function Unpacks each handler to store translatable texts.
views_object::unpack_translatable public function Unpack a single option definition.
views_plugin_row::init function Initialize the row plugin.
views_plugin_row::uses_fields function
views_plugin_row::option_definition function Information about options for all kinds of purposes will be held here. @code 'option_name' => array( Overrides views_object::option_definition
views_plugin_row::options_form function Provide a form for setting options. Overrides views_plugin::options_form
views_plugin_row::options_validate function Validate the options form. Overrides views_plugin::options_validate
views_plugin_row::options_submit function Perform any necessary changes to the form values prior to storage. There is no need for this function to actually store the data. Overrides views_plugin::options_submit
views_plugin_row::query function Add anything to the query that we might need to. Overrides views_plugin::query
views_plugin_row::pre_render function Allow the style to do stuff before each row is rendered.
views_plugin_row::render function Render a row object. This usually passes through to a theme template of some form, but not always.
views_plugin::theme_functions function Provide a full list of possible theme templates used by this style.
views_plugin::additional_theme_functions function Provide a list of additional theme functions for the theme information page
views_plugin::validate function Validate that the plugin is correct and can be saved.
views_plugin::summary_title function Returns the summary of the settings in the display.
views_plugin::plugin_title function Return the human readable name of the display.
views_object::construct function Views handlers use a special construct function so that we can more easily construct them with variable arguments.
views_object::options Deprecated function Set default options on this object. Called by the constructor in a complex chain to deal with backward compatibility.
views_object::set_default_options function Set default options. For backward compatibility, it sends the options array; this is a feature that will likely disappear at some point.
views_object::_set_option_defaults function
views_object::unpack_options function Unpack options over our existing defaults, drilling down into arrays so that defaults don't get totally blown away.
views_object::set_definition function Let the handler know what its full definition is.
views_object::destroy function