i’m listing in a view a list of article filtered with taxonomy terms.

The result is like this :

taxonomy term 1
- article A (content type 1)
- article B (content type 1)
- article C (content type 2)

taxonomy term 2
- article D (content type 1)
- article E (content type 1)
- article F (content type 2)

taxonomy term 3
- article G (content type 1)
- article H (content type 1)
- article I (content type 2)

How can i exclude from this list some articles based on their content type ? For example, remove "content type 2".

Also, i’ve created a view which contains article C, F, I. How can i add a specific view to this list ?

Here is my view settings :

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Here is the result in front-end :

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You can add this rule to Filter criteria section as on screen enter image description here

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  • It’s working. Do you know how can i add a "page view" to this list ? – Sébastien Gicquel Jun 13 '17 at 8:41
  • Sorry, I don't understand what does "page view" mean in this case – Andrew Kozoriz Jun 13 '17 at 8:49
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    I’ve created a view which includes 3 articles (article with content type 2). We can see this view in frontend as a page. I would like to display link to this view in this list.Is that more clear ? Maybe i should post a new question. – Sébastien Gicquel Jun 13 '17 at 8:53

You can add link to this views manually in footer. Go to footer section and add unfiltered text as on screen

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This link will be in the bottom of list

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Add new Link field in View like displayed in below image to add Link in view like "Read More".

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Text it Like "Read More" so it will link to detail view of that article.

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in Rewrite Results you can add link , class , text etc

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