Hi there. I have a problem with D7. My node titles are converting some symbols to html entities. IE: '&' is converted to '&' etc. This happens on all content types and regardless of whether I'm using automatic node titles. Here's a few examples:Read more
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Hi! I am a complete newby to to this. I've installed Drupal, have set up a landing page exposed to the internet, created a user ... the basics.
What I am aiming for is a home page visible on the internet, but all other pages are hidden, available only to those users who have logged in through the Drupal login screen.
Is there a way of doing this within the core Drupal that does not require programming? I was assuming that I could assign roles to users and restrict page visibility to those logged in users who have the appropriate assigned role.
This group caught my attention. I thought I'd join in the conversation. :) I'm working on a "distribution" for personal use, because I have very similar clients. I recycle a lot of rules, content types, and permission settings. But there are settings that differ among clients.
I have put together some Webforms but ran into some problem after colleting a lot of data. I am looking at configuring some simple search or filtering for the different data fields that is in the Webforms. My Question:
What is the Best Practice for searching or filtering data in Webforms?
The other problem I ran into was limiting what data the admins EDIT from Webforms. I have it so they can view the entire record in Webform but I would like to go to selected fields when they want to EDIT a record in Webform. I using Views, and I think it is hidinplainsight.
Thanks for the help
Overriding a template should only be done when you need major, site-wide structural changes to a page's, node's, or block's template file such as adding or removing regions because the changes will apply to ALL use-cases of those files. Smaller, less structural - but still site wide - changes can be applied through theme functions and lastly, fine-tuned and case specific changes can be applied through theme hook suggestions. But that's just the tip of the iceberg for all the theming strategies available to you.Read more
In my first view that I was able to successfully configure with the help of Scott (aka spovlot) at the Drupal support forums I learned that there is usually more than one way to configure a view and it may be helpful when starting out to consider the different ways you can approach a project so you can experiment with different combinations of the possible solutions and avoid getting stuck right out of the gate.Read more
I am trying to create a simple photo gallery that will be exported as a feature and loaded onto a production site.. I have created a content type that has a multi image field for the photos.. When viewing the page the image thumbnails show as a long vertical list which is obviously not ideal..
Is there a quick simple way to get the thumbnails to line up horizontally instead of vertically, preferably without using a view?
I seem to be chasing my tail a little here trying to decide how to classify the content on something I am working on..
Its basically an issue register for managing a project.. I have created the content type with all the fields but now have to classify the issue based on its severity and likelihood each with 4 options from low to very high.. This gives a total of 16 options.. Eg "Low-Low","Low-Medium","Low-High" etc.. Views will then be used to query and sort the content..
Now this can be done in one of two ways..
- A taxonomy with the 16 options as terms..
Please help me, I decide to make a community website which have following features:
• Register user can upload the video.
• Only register user can like or unlike the video.
• Anonymous user can comment on video without need of registration.
So tell which one is better choice