I'm using Drupal 6 and I'm pretty sure I'm using Views 3. I created a page called All Events (alias: all-events) and created a view that displays as a page. Under Page Settings for the path option I put all-events.

My problem is that I can see the view results in the preview, but whenever I go to the all-events page it is blank save for the title and the one tag I put on there.


If you first created a node whose path is all-events and then created a page view whose path is all-events then the page and the view are competing of the same alias. Just delete your node and your view should display fine.

  • So I don't need to create a page for the view, that will be generated automatically? But I guess if it was a block view then I would have to create a page to put the block on. I think I'm understanding this. – xiaodeaux Jan 29 '15 at 3:27
  • Typically you would assign a block to a sidebar or some other region. – Kari Kääriäinen Jan 29 '15 at 7:53

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