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I have two content types, 'user' content type where I have some info about user and then 'post' content type.

Now I have a view that gets all 'posts' and shows them correctly but I would need to get image (field_user_image) from 'user' content type. How can I get in views from this another content type this image field?

EDIT: Can I do this somehow on code level in template.php?

  • No one knows? :( – user33604 Jul 7 '14 at 6:59
  • Not too fast, you only asked 9 hours ago. Don't forget a large part of the world only just woke up... – marcvangend Jul 7 '14 at 7:16
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I cannot give you a very detailed answer, mainly because it has been too long since I built new things with Drupal 6, but also because I don't know which Views version you are using.

But anyway, the key to your answer is "relationships". Views allows you to define a relationship from one item to another (for instance: node -> author (user)) and then query properties of the related item (node -> author[name]). You can even chain relationships, so you can query a property of a related item of a related item. This seems to be what you need: node -> author -> node[field].

For more info I recommend that you find some video's or tutorials about views relationships, like these ones:

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