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I am currently using this approach to link lists view's rows to detail pages in Drupal 8

The Rewrite Output as a customer link
I would like to pass the entity title of the row to the receiving page and use that to select view blocks having that title.
In this case something like www.mysite.com/VenuePage?Name="Mikes" This argument would then be used to select blocks with Title "Mikes"

Can someone point me in the correct direction? I'm a bit new to Drupal and may be thinking about this incorrectly.

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If the entity title of the row is a field on the view you can use the Override the output of this field as a custom link option and then create a link yourself using replacement patterns. So long as the field you are referencing the entity title of is beneath the field you are referencing in the field list.

  • I'm trying to figure out exactly what to type in the "Link path" text box to make this happen. I can't seem to find an example that spells it out in Drupal 8. – Robert Jan 27 '18 at 20:32
  • There should be an available replacement patterns dropdown. If not, that dropdown is definitely available in the Override the output of this field as custom text option. And then you can write the <a> tag yourself. – Isaiah Nixon Jan 29 '18 at 14:42
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At the bottom of the Rewrite results fieldset you should see another fieldset called Replacement patterns, in it there will be a list of available patterns (examples from the Files view):

  • {{ fid }} ==
  • {{ filename }} ==
  • {{ filemime }} ==
  • {{ filesize }} == File size
  • {{ filesize__value }} == Raw value

NOTE: You will only see values from fields above the one you are rewriting. In my example I was rewriting filesize, if I had done mime, then filesize wouldn't be in the list.

For your path, you would have something like /VenuePage?name={{ field_name_of_field }}

If the VenuePage is a view too, then you can add a Contextual filter to it, removing the need for parameters, and then your URL would be:

/VenuePage/{{ field_name_of_field }}
/VenuePage/Mikes

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