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Nodes, comments, taxonomy terms, and users, in the terminology used since Drupal 7, are generally called "entities."

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You normally can get at $node properties because you or some code you're using is calling node_load() beforehand. You need to fully load an entity before you can get at it's properties. Use entity_ …
answered Jan 20 '13 by David Meister
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If you know a little PHP you can do this with Custom Formatters and/or Display Suite and/or Views PHP. Create the checklist with CCK, then when you render your image, load the node and see if the rele …
answered Aug 4 '12 by David Meister
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I believe "form modes" were added to D8 core a few months back. There is no direct equivalent to view modes for form editing in Core. Generally, you would use form alters to modify forms in D7.
answered Oct 30 '13 by David Meister
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Those if($counter++ = 8) lines look whacky to me. don't you mean: $counter++; if( $counter == 8 ) { /* do stuff */ } checking for equality is == or === not =
answered Jun 24 '12 by David Meister
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if you want the email to be a triggered event (like upon saving a node) you could create a Rule - http://drupal.org/project/rules it is a bit unclear whether you want the email saved, or the node..
answered Sep 21 '11 by David Meister
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have you created one image field that is shared between all of your content types, or a different image field for each content type? if it is the latter, this sounds like it is likely a permissions pr …
answered Sep 11 '11 by David Meister
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The WYSIWYG module's logic acts on text fields with input formats, if you want to explicitly target a form element by its ID you can use the CKEditor module instead.
answered Sep 11 '11 by David Meister