I have installed and enabled the panelizer module and enabled the node_view template system page on the Page Manager administer pages page. I enabled panelizer for the Basic Page content type and created a new page. I clicked the panelizer tab and used the builder layout to create a new row below my body content. I added a region to the row and used the menu to add an existing node to that region.

It looked fine it preview so I saved it and went checked out the actual page where I saw the node content but not any of the panelizer content. The content in my added rows and regions did not display.

I tried uninstalling panelizer and re-installing but it still isn't working. Did I forget something?

  • Have you read the Installing Panelizer section in module page ? – niksmac May 20 '13 at 3:56
  • @NikhilM yes I followed the steps. download install and enable the module, enable node_view in pages manager, configure panelizer to enable it for the node type. – Devin Crossman May 20 '13 at 4:02
  • Did your content suddenly appear after clearing all of your caches? I'm experiencing this issue, but my content comes back after drush cc all. – sheldonkreger Jan 29 '14 at 21:28

Make sure you enable panels node template at admin/structure/pages.

  • It's a shame how I forget this all the time! – Alexei Rayu Jan 29 '15 at 18:06

Panelizer 7.3.1 I had this same problem.

Panelized content shows preview, but when I view the live page, it looked like a regular, un-panelized node.

Turned on and off everything I could think of. Pulled out my hair...

Finally, I looked at the Display tab of my content type, and clicked open the Custom Display Settings. I turned OFF "use custom display settings for view modes: Full Content and Teaser". Suddenly my nodes were panelized. Click back on "Full Content", and panels disappear.

I don't know why this matters. Also, I'm using only Default-Panelize & Default-Provide Default Panel for my content type in the Panelize Configuration page.

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