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How can I put a link "Add another item" on a node edit page that would create a new node and reference it at the same parent node ?

Also, I need to put Edit link beside the new created & referenced node.

I found modules like the Popups API and Popups: Add and Reference, but, sadly they are not ported to D7

Thanks for any hints!

  • This should be migrated to Drupal Answers – handsofaten Sep 12 '11 at 14:14
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http://drupal.org/project/noderefcreate

This one is available for D7, and allows you to create & reference nodes within the create / edit form for another node type. Unlike the popups_reference module, it will only allow you to create the extra nodes with titles (no other fields). You could, however, use this and then write a small custom module that uses hook_form_alter() to redirect the user to the edit forms for newly-created nodes to enter the rest of the information.

Not as nice as popups_reference, but it should work.

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  • I need to create & reference a new child node type without leaving the parent node edit page, please read my comments to M.Reda below. – Samir Sabri Sep 13 '11 at 13:21
  • I think that the noderefcreate module referenced above will do most of what you need. If you just go into Views, you can display the newly-created Chapters with edit links somewhere on the course page (probably using a block). I think that should do it. – handsofaten Sep 13 '11 at 22:10
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I'm not sure what are you trying to do, Samir. Have you tried Node Reference URL Widget (http://drupal.org/project/nodereference_url)

If it's not the right one, explain a bit more what are you trying to do.

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  • Thanks M.Reda, What I am trying to do is to create a course building website, I have created three content types, Course, Chapter& Page In the Course edit page, I need to add a link "Add new chapter", pressing this link will create and reference a new Chapter content type without leaving the Course edit page, then a new link to the newly created chapter get visible at the bottom of page, which if pressed will navigate to the chapter edit page. I will need to apply the same thing for adding pages to a chapter. Please advice, I really appreciate your response. – Samir Sabri Sep 13 '11 at 13:17

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