Technology has completely changed the way businesses were operated in the past. Now, marketers can make their products available to the customers at their finger tips at any place and time. About two decades ago, nobody could ever imagine that buying and selling would be carried out in such a seamless manner sans the brick and mortar retail outlets. All this has been possible only because of technological advancements. Technology is progressing in leaps and bounds, opening newer avenues for success.
View is the one of the popular Drupal module. Views are used to display a list of data, table of data etc. This article will guide you in recreating a view in Drupal 7. Its very easy to recreate a view.
If you are searching for a way to alter the output of a View after it has been rendered, you may find this article to be helpful. We had recently come across a situation which forced us to rewrite the rendered output from a View and we managed to find a useful hook - hook_views_post_render. It helped us to rewrite the output of the view. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal site and would like to know how to rewrite the output of a View using hooks_views_post_render. then continue reading.
There may be many situations while working on a Drupal site where you need to create custom tokens for a variety of applications within Drupal. If you are faced with the same scenario in your Drupal site and want to know how to create custom tokens in a Drupal 6 website then read on to know more.
We were faced with a situation in one of our clients Drupal sites where we had to add View relationships programmatically with custom database tables. The site was running on Drupal 7. If you are faced with the same situation in your Drupal website and want to know how to add View relationships programmatically with custom database tables in Drupal 7 then read on to know the solution.
By default Drupal 7 has two types of views - The Full node view and the Teaser view. This has been the case for all previous versions of Drupal. However if your requirements are different, then you might have to create a custom view that is tailored to meet your specific needs. Check out how to create a simple custom “View mode” for nodes in Drupal 7.