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I created a content type. I have three fields: title, body, city.

I added two contents.

I can see nodes at:

http://www.example.com/?q=content/we-buy-houses-nj

http://www.example.com/?q=content/we-buy-houses-va

I created a view as following: I added title field first (excluded from display). I selected city field. For rewrite results, change the path to "content/[title]"

Result:

I can see the city field is hyperlinked. When I click each link, I get URL as following and page can not be found:

http://www.example.com/?q=content/We%20Buy%20Houses

http://www.example.com/?q=content/We%20Buy%20Houses

How do I remove the %20 so page can be found in my case?

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  • Just a side note: You should enable clean urls by going to /admin/config/search/clean-urls. This will get rid off the ?q= part which is bad for SEO.
    – No Sssweat
    Jan 7 '17 at 1:39
  • Thank you. It was a helpful tips. I just cleaned the urls. Now, I do not see ?q=.
    – learn4ever
    Jan 7 '17 at 19:54
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You get %20 because the browser replaces/fixes/auto-corrects the empty space between your title with %20 as empty spaces are not allowed in URLs.

EX: If you try to go to drupal.org/Hello World, browser url changes/corrects it to drupal.org/Hello%20World.


Here is another possible option:

Add Path as a field, and checkmark exclude from display.

Make sure Content: Path is above Content: Cities, if not please re-arrange it.

Then in cities, for link path put [path]

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