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I want to strip all Drupal navigation etc coming from page.tpl.php for a particular contribution page and all the associated pages of the contribution process. But all just for one contribution page.

In Drupal I know how to create template suggestions for a Drupal theme that will apply only to a specific path. But I don't thing the template suggestions can handle the query part of the CiviCRM URL.

Ideas?

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    Thanks so much. I think you may have missed the part of my question that said, "for a particular contribution page." Generally I want CiviCRM to use the Drupal theme. However, on a particular contribution page and its associated pages I want different theming. – Shai Dec 23 '16 at 15:03
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You can assign CiviCRM to use the default template in your Drupal theme settings. The default theme doesn't engage your Drupal theme and menu system.

In Drupal 7, it's https://www.example.com/admin/appearance, then scroll down to the bottom of the page and you can set your theme for CiviCRM.

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If you want to retain your template but just strip out navigation, you may need to make a new template based on it for CiviCRM to use and assign it.

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The themekey module is the answer. ThemeKey can handle query strings.

  • Themekey can handle query strings, but to have it kick in on later phases of the contribute page you'll want Themekey CiviCRM as well. – Chris Burgess Mar 13 '17 at 3:13

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