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Checkout this simple jquery solution: https://stackoverflow.com/a/5371160/947370 You could make a tiny module, put the jQuery directly in your theme, or use https://drupal.org/project/js_injector to …
answered Aug 19 '13 by squarecandy
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http://drupal.org/node/123103#comment-4955236 node/16#gohere the auto url will change it to be like about-us#gohere
answered Aug 26 '12 by squarecandy
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You could also do this using the theme templating: Copy views-view.php to your theme/templates directory make a copy of that file and name it views-view--view-name--display-name.tpl.php (See Advance …
answered Nov 20 '17 by squarecandy
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For copying overridden fields and filters into the same type of display (i.e. page and page), just use clone. For copying overridden fields and filters into a different type of display (i.e. page and …
answered Feb 15 '13 by squarecandy
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Thanks @Vamsi - $vars['head_title'] did the trick for me after lots of frustrating experiences trying different module/UI and code based methods. Here's how I ended up using this to override a particu …
answered Nov 8 '16 by squarecandy
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This took me a hot minute to figure out... Use the format_date function, but be sure to specify how the date is stored in the db - usually UTC, and then offset by your date field's stored timezone - u …
answered Jun 10 '12 by squarecandy
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I found I needed to use the Compound Token module for this. Works with vanilla Token: [node:field_my_field] Throws errors with vanilla Token; Works after installing Compound Token: [node:field_my …
answered Nov 8 '16 by squarecandy
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I was also having trouble with "yearly" and "never" coming up unexpectedly under the <changefreq> tag. This is a separate setting from <priority> - it's a different XML tag and they don't seem to be r …
answered Apr 3 '17 by squarecandy
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I have a view in drupal 7 with no contextual filters at all set. Let's say it is a simple list of nodes of the type "item" and that the url is http://example.com/listofitems I also have pathauto …
asked Feb 19 '15 by squarecandy
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This will not work in all circumstances, but one approach to the problem in the question is to use the actual node display of node B (or node type B) and set its path how you want it with the path or …
answered Jun 6 '15 by squarecandy
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This does not directly answer the question, but seems relevant. If you're looking for the domain name / base url in order to combine it with the aliased path for a node, instead just get the absolute …
answered Nov 3 '16 by squarecandy
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Also building on tostinni's answer: If you don't want any HTML to show up if the view has no results. Also, add a title, but only if there are results. if (array_filter(views_get_view_result('view_m …
answered Feb 17 '15 by squarecandy