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A new dropbutton element was introduced in core. The dropbutton consists of a primary operation link alongside a dropdown arrow. Clicking on the dropdown arrow presents secondary operations.
There are many situations in which a list of operation links is presented alongside a view or entity. When one operation is more common than the others, the dropbutton should be used, and the most common operation should be presented first.
You can render a dropbutton by setting its renderable array
'operations'. In this example, the
#subtype is set to
'node' since this dropbutton is displayed alongside a node (example adapted from content overview page at
$element['operations'] = array( '#type' => 'operations', '#subtype' => 'node', '#links' => $operations, );
$operations is an array of links.
Here is an example of a dropbutton on the content overview page: