I have created a new content type and I called it Opinion. Then using views, I have created a page with path /opinion to be a view for all nodes of type Opinion listing i.e. a master page.

The problem is that I could not able to access a the details something like /opinion/the-node-title. however, It accesed like content/the-node-title

I tried to create a new page from the regarded view with contextal filter Content title it works fine using direct access from the browsers address bar. I tried to rewrite the content on the linked title field but I could not able to find a suitable token:

<a href="[title]">[title]---</a>

i.e I could not find any way to convert title into a slug.

Another thing for SEO, I don't want the same content to be accessed from more than one resource i.e in my case content/the-node-title and opinion/the-node-title

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You need to use pathauto module and configure URL alias >> patterns >> content paths set opinion/[node:title] path alias for opinion content type. All content path for opinion now change as your requirement.

  • I have set the path as you said, flush the cache, but still my view get it as content/node-title
    – SaidbakR
    Aug 31, 2015 at 6:55
  • New content will be created with alias of opinion/[node:title] apart of that you need to edit content and set its path to opinion/[node:title].
    – vgoradiya
    Aug 31, 2015 at 7:09
  • Pathauto also allows you to reset all aliases - look for a bulk update tab in the URL aliases section.
    – Darvanen
    Aug 31, 2015 at 7:40
  • Very good, but it seems that I still have a problem with the Views module. I could not able to make the details page from the view. The listing of master page renders everything fine but loading opinion/the-node-title seems to load the default display of the content type.
    – SaidbakR
    Aug 31, 2015 at 7:54

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