Greta
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Views exposed taxonomy filter - show only terms within results
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I am interested in the option, as well. Just getting to that issue on a new project. Hard to believe that it is a built-in feature at filter level. But, would be a good feature request for the BEF ...

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Create related nodes to specific node
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Create a node reference field. See:

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Dynamic menu links using menu token
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If I understand your scenario correctly, have a look at the Taxonomy Menu module. This is what I use to create dynamic views, where the display is dependent on the menu item clicked. (The menu passes ...

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Adding pagination to nodes
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It is incredibly easy. Use BOOK content type. Just need to enable Books in core modules. If you already have lots of existing content (to much to copy/paste into book pages), you could add a field for ...

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How do i specify a style for a single exposed filter?
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Not sure if you need the template for other reasons, but you can style it directly with CSS, using the ID. See screenshot. I happen to be using Better Exposed Filters module, which provides some ...

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How to display a field before node title?
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Have a look at the Title module - http://drupal.org/project/title. It might prove useful for your scenario. I installed/enabled it for some reason, probably similar to yours, and it seemed to give ...

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Problems with Contextual Filters & Menu Tabs
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I am doing something similar, I think, but it is driven by Taxonomy Menu. For what it is worth (for any other researchers), I have set a contextual filter and a relationship: Contextual filter ...

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Create control panel for drupal 7 site
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Another possibility: You could create a taxonomy (vocabulary) for your administrative features and use that with Taxonomy Menu. Add an image field to your terms with icon. Or, just use Views to ...

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Customise Drupal 7 Taxonomy View / Template (without module)
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You can rewrite output in Views, and change Style (the HTML containers and classes) for each. Did you mean without create a custom module? If so, there are several contrib taxonomy modules out there: ...

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Display comma-separated list of taxonomy terms?
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Even easier for delimiter and the wrapper, you use the Taxonomy Formatter module: http://drupal.org/project/taxonomy_formatter More details from project page: This is a small module written to ...

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Taxonomy inline with several category types?
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There is an easier solution for the delimiter, at least: Taxonomy Formatter module: http://drupal.org/project/taxonomy_formatter But, here is some theme override code, which you add to your theme.php ...

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