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

The result is like this :

taxonomy term 1
- article A
- article B
- article C

taxonomy term 2
- article D
- article E
- article F

taxonomy term 3
- article G
- article H
- article I

Here is the view configuration : enter image description here

I’ve also created a view which contains 3 articles and which have the same taxonomy relationship than articles.

I can see this view as a page like this : http://my-site.com/my-view

Here is my view configuration : enter image description here

I would like to display this view link in the listing :

taxonomy term 1
- article A
- article B
- article C
- link to view A (associated with term 1)

taxonomy term 2
- article D
- article E
- article F
- link to view B (associated with term 2)

taxonomy term 3
- article G
- article H
- article I
- link to view C (associated with term 3)

How can I do that? I can't find a field in view configuration to display this view.

  • do you solve your problem? – Adrian Cid Almaguer Jun 27 '17 at 12:23
  • @AdrianCidAlmaguer No.I’ve tested the module and i found it interesting but i didn’t reach my goal. I think i have to make a different approach on that question. – Sébastien Gicquel Jun 27 '17 at 14:30
  • any advance with your problem? – Adrian Cid Almaguer Sep 7 '17 at 17:02
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You can use either of these modules:

Views Field View

There are a lot of cases in views where you want to embed a list inside each row. One example could be, you have a list of groups, and for each groups you want to list the first and last name of all of their members.

Viewfield

Viewfield provides a field that holds a reference to a View and renders it whenever the entity containing the field is displayed.

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As long as I can understand what you want, you can do it in 2 different method:

Method 1:

Within the first view (list of article filtered with taxonomy terms) add a field of type: Global: Custom text which will allow to create custom text or link and then add the link of your second view inside the Global: Custom text

Method 2:

You have to install and enable the Views field view module.

There are a lot of cases in views where you want to embed a list inside each row. One example could be, you have a list of groups, and for each groups you want to list the first and last name of all of their members.

This can be achieved with this module, as views_field_view allows you to embed one view into another view and pass arguments along.

and then go to your first view (list of article filtered with taxonomy terms) and add the Global:view, and now from within the settings of this field select your second view and voila !

Note: Using method # 2 will embed/display the entire second view within the first view.

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