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I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

Note: I am not in a position to migrate to Drupal 7 so I have to keep things in Drupal 6 for now.

I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in.

Note: I am not in a position to migrate to Drupal 7 so I have to keep things in Drupal 6 for now.

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I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

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I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

I have inherited a site (in Drupal 6) and the original developers are completely out of the picture. I need to add a block but it looks like they've customized things and blocks are being rendered in a way other than assigning them to block regions as per the default.

I get a lot of warnings to the effect of The block X was assigned to the invalid region Y and has been disabled but those blocks still appear on the site. So they must be being brought in another way. I am not too terribly worried about the warnings (so seeing this discussion is not really what I need: https://drupal.org/node/1172560). I am more concerned that it is taking me hours to add a link and image to the homepage.

I see that the previous developers installed the Nodeblock and Nodeblock Auto modules and the nodes that come in have html ids like: block-nodeblockauto-node_<NID> so I imagine this is how they are being brought in.

But I don't see any options in the admin panel for configuring nodes any further than what I am used to from the default. In looking through the template files for the custom theme, I also do not see where these are being brought in. Any idea from seasoned veterans?

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