I have a view which has 2 displays :

  • List : Which is a unformatted list that contains a page

  • Table : Displays the nodes titles in a table.

What i need is to make the title in each row of the second display redirect to the corresponding node in the first display, regardless of the "item per page" and sorting.

  • Can you explain what kind of list you have in the first display? Basically -if I understand correctly– you will need to set a contextual filter (probably the Node ID) to display the correct node...
    – Volker
    Apr 18, 2013 at 21:02
  • I know about contextual filters, but I want to display all the nodes in the list but position the user on the selected node Apr 18, 2013 at 21:20

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May be this can be a good way to start with 1.I think you will need views_infinite_scroll module for the list view. 2. Set your views listing path as path/% 3. For list view set row classes as nids 3. Now with custom jquery code you take the nid from url and do a $.scrollTo(..) and nids set as row classes may help you finding the appropriate position to scroll to. does it make sense?

  • if my list was on one page then I can easily make the link in the table /articles/list#node-[nid] and that would work, but the I'm using a pager for the list Apr 19, 2013 at 14:10

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