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In Drupal, a self-contained collection of content and functionality that is displayed in theme regions is called block.

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Please tell us about the view you have defined. What is the path, the filters, etc that have been included. The pages your view shows on are dependent upon the address or block settings you have defin …
answered Oct 24 '11 by Ashlar
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In general, the reason this block isn't working is that a block does not have an assigned path and the contextual filter does not have a path to work on. To connect the block to a path return to the …
answered Apr 8 '12 by Ashlar
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"...I needed these on the same view so I can make a calculation..." Getting calculations generated from Views results will take php coding skill and a knowledge of how Drupal is generating and displ …
answered Oct 28 '11 by Ashlar
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The basic Drupal menu is pretty ... well, basic. Try installing a menu module such as superfish. The user interface allows you to do a lot more out of the box. Much of the appearance for menu items …
answered Jan 27 '12 by Ashlar
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This is an area I am just getting into so I do not have a complete answer. Are you looking to replace the site name text and style it? The location of the text will vary according to the theme you a …
answered Oct 25 '11 by Ashlar
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add a contextual filter of the type content:nid. 2. Since blocks do not have paths you must explicitly tell the block to find the display node, so under form heading of "When the filter value is not …
answered Dec 12 '11 by Ashlar
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You are describing the basic function of the Views module. Take a look at the video series "Taming the Beast" from nodeone.se
answered Nov 16 '11 by Ashlar
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When you add content in Drupal, the sidebar regions will not be expressed unless you place content in them. You define what goes in each region using Admin/structures/blocks in Drupal 7. Drupal …
answered Nov 29 '11 by Ashlar
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You should investigate the Views Module. Watch the series at Nodeone.se regarding using the views module called "Taming the Beast" to learn how.
answered Dec 31 '11 by Ashlar
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Suite. Content panes work similarly to blocks, but are 'smarter' and handle context information passed from Panels/Page Manager. To define a content pane in views, select the add button in views and … Panels/Panel/variant/content/add-content menu just as blocks and other content types do already. Mini Panels are also similar to blocks plus they accept contexts from Panels/Page Manager and they have …
answered May 10 '12 by Ashlar
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Views is the answer, it is the most used module on Drupal sites, but it has a learning curve (well worth studying!). Try the video series at Nodeone.se called Taming the Beast. You will emerge as a g …
answered Nov 14 '11 by Ashlar
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If you add a relationship in the View definition (Third column of the view input form), and select the Content:author from the dialog, you have created a link in the view that exposes data regarding t …
answered Dec 31 '11 by Ashlar