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I do not have much experience with Drupal but I have a question. I have a content type Hotels with general information about the hotel but also with a field country and country information. I was thinking to make a content type Country with fields like country information (country Name (England), country description (England is an island), map (googlemaps). So when I have to add 10 hotels in the same country I do not have to write the same country information again and again. I want to combine the content type HOTEL and COUNTRY but I really don't know how to do it?

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Set up two content types, "Hotel" and "Country" and use the Entity References module to define a relationship between the two. Then configure it to display a "Rendered entity" formatter, that renders the references entity using a configurable view mode

  • Thank you for the response but in the taxonomy for the country are different items then just text. There will be a country Name (England), country description (England is an island), map (googlemaps) And i don't know if this is possible with taxonomy. – Niels Nov 24 '11 at 21:41
  • Ah makes sense now. I have edited your question to further clarify what you are trying to accomplish and have edited my answer to better provide a solution. – user842 Nov 24 '11 at 21:58
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For addresses you could use the location or addressfield modules. That will help you don't the road when you integrate with other modules, like gmaps.

The references module is a another good option.

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