I'm trying to set up a panel for the submitted page for a webform in order to add a sidebar and bottom section. I need help setting up the panel, specifically with how to select the submission (results) page of the webform.

The url of the submitted page looks like this - http://site.localhost/node/2136/done?sid=8

I tried -

String: URL path : Current path is "node/2136/*"

as well as -

String: URL path : Current path is "node/*/done" 

both were a no go

Any ideas?

  • Is there really no separator between the node id, and "done"? – Letharion Jun 19 '12 at 5:04
  • @Letharion - oops, those lines weren't code wrapped leaving out the '*' – winchendonsprings Jun 19 '12 at 8:35
  • Sorry, I should have formulated the question better. It's the url you have in the question text I mean, "site.localhost/node/2136done?sid=8", I'm guessing there should be a / there as well, between the nid and "done"? Just want to make sure as it makes an important difference. – Letharion Jun 19 '12 at 8:55
  • nope, looks like this - i.imgur.com/xWHUu.png – winchendonsprings Jun 19 '12 at 10:04
  • Doesn't the built in node_view page work for this? I take it you are trying to create a new one, which won't work. – Letharion Jun 19 '12 at 14:16

Since webform, for showing results implements a different path than the standard node/%, you need a way to tell Panels to take over this path.

The module Page manager existing pages allows you to do this.

Install and enable the module. Go to admin/structure/pages/existing-pages/add, find the path /node/%webform_menu/done and add it to the list.

Now go to admin/structure/pages and you should see a new "task" for results, where you can customize the result page.

As pointed out by winchendonsprings, the results are available under Add Content >> Existing pages >> Existing page >> node overview.

In order to do this on a webform by webform basis, one will need to add a manual node context, where you select the webform you want by nid, and then add a selection rule that compares the current context against the manually loaded one.

Normally manually loaded contexts should be avoided as "hardcoding" node id's is rarely a good idea, but this seems like a good exception from the rule, although it will still not be properly exportable.

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  • Everything here is what I am currently using, except using the node type as webform for the selection. What I am trying to select is not the webform itself, but rather the submitted page after the form is filled out and submitted. – winchendonsprings Jun 19 '12 at 21:10
  • I see, I would have expected it to work regardless of rendering the form or it's results. Sorry, if that isn't enough, I don't know. – Letharion Jun 20 '12 at 7:28
  • damn, Thanks for helping though @Letharion – winchendonsprings Jun 21 '12 at 18:21
  • Thanks, these steps worked. It worked for all webform results pages by default. Any idea on how I can select just the results of a single webform? Also to show results in the panel you will need to - Add Content>>Existing pages>>Existing page>>node overview. – winchendonsprings Jun 26 '12 at 21:12
  • Answered the "single webform" part, and added your remark about showing results. – Letharion Jun 26 '12 at 22:41

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