Jag har en content type: Page, i page finns ett fält som heter nr_of_notes. I min sidebar har jag ett view-block med notes. Meningen är att man ska kunna ändra "Inlägg att visa"(number of posts)-antalet i views med hjälp av nr_of_notes-fältet. Så skriver jag i 5 i nr_of_notes, ska det visas 5 stycken notes på just den sidan.
Jag får ut content-typen notes, men kan inte filtrera ner dem.
$view->nodes_per_page = $node->field_nr_of_notes['value'];
I recently set up a contact page on my site. I put a link on my menu bar for the contact form by following these steps:
1.Go to Structure > Menus
2.Click "list links" for the Navigation menu
3.Click "edit" for the menu item "Contact"
4.Select the "enable" checkbox
5.Change the "Parent link" to "Main menu"
Still relatively new to Drupal, coming from WordPress. My objective is to allow my content editors to edit a "See Also" field on my custom content type, "Product," and have it appear in a "See Also" block in the sidebar region.Read more
I'd like a module that would allow administrators to more intuitively determine block placement, both on the page and throughout the site, using the core Drupal block system. This is what I'm thinking of:
o A button on every page should allow administrators to edit the blocks <i>for that page</i>. o When not administering blocks, + Quick links (ajax) should be displayed on each block for # hiding from this page # hiding from all pages with path … # configuring the block
This idea is based on the http://css-tricks.com/more-sidebar/ post.
Simply described, the idea is to automatically show/add blocks, or panes in Panels, so that they only take up the same height space as the content. Then unused space will be filled with content, making the pages look better and content aligned on the height.
This could be done in various ways such as:
I have a view, displayed as a block, with exposed filters, assigned to one page node on my site.
This is a simple search form with a Taxonomy drop down, keyword search for name, and a few other simple filters.
My problem is that I want to include an additional form on other pages of the site (a sidebar block for example) that will submit to this view.
Is this possible?
I'm testing now, but have yet to produce results.
I copied the HTML of the form and used that as my starting point.
Of course, this view uses AJAX as it has exposed filters and is output as a block.Read more
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help me in figuring out how to change something in an already existing theme. I am learning Drupal, all at the same time [configuration, architecture, templates and css] - I am actually a designer and my intention is to master it, but right now I am stuck in something I think is a very simple css/template glitch.Read more
At our meeting the other night, I asked about adding a Subscribe To Mailing List form, with input field for email address and Submit button. Turns out the last upgrade to WebForm includes an option to expose in Block. So, I have chosen to use Webform for all three types of sub forms needed on the site.
The method to embedded a Webform in a view to get it into a block is not needed. And the module "Webform in Block" is not needed.
The best part is other enhancements are present as well, and I wanted a few of those.
Hi all, by way of intro I have been sitting on the side of this group for a month or two now watching for some events to attend to build my knowledge of Drupal. I am a long time web developer and web manager in Brisbane (currently working in a customer experience management role) and have only recently discovered Drupal, but I think it's very exciting as a platform for building complex sites.Read more
I seem to be having an issue with my sidebar gutters using Acquia Slate.
I can set up the blocks however I like them, however, they have an INSANELY large margin-bottom, and a Firebug inspection isn't revealing anything that can be modified.
Screnshot attached, site at http://www.theoryofstatic.com/tosweb [/FIXED]
I didn't notice the .dark-transparent-background element. Which, by the way, has a min-height of 390px. Setting a smaller min-height (I personally did 100px, you can probably get away with 1px if you try) in local.css fixed the problem.