I have a path pattern that looks the same for two content types. For example, pattern http://my-site.com/x/y/z, for content type 'Article' and content type 'Property'. They follow the same pattern because they only differ in the actual content. The paths are composed of taxonomy items which are the same for the two content types.
So where x/y are the taxonomies called 'categories' and 'types' while z is the title of the content. And both content types follow the same taxonomy group. So only differs in the actual content. One uses generic 'Article' fields while other one uses many custom fields.
My view mostly is defined by the system path node/% but I need to separate them for 'Article' only types and 'Property' only contents. This works for 'Property'. 'Article' based contents are no longer shown by Drupal now.
I can't seem to use panels because I cannot, for some reason, see my view in the contents that can be added. (Most probably because my Views path is node/%). I can only pull those views that does not follow this format.
Is there any other simple way to pull the two types of contents without having to resort to Panels and separating contents by different blocks? Because it is more readable using Views and much lighter and easier to just configure the parameters I think. U reduce a lot of overheads.