Views

Content related by Tags

If you've been working with SiteFarm's various page types for a little while, you probably noticed that certain content types, like Article and Events, allow you to relate content through a Category taxonomy. It may have occurred to you that it would be great to relate content in a similar way even if it doesn't have access to the Category system.

Instead, what we have to offer you, is a system block called Content related by Tags.

Adding Custom Breadcrumb Path to Custom and Cloned Views

June 19, 2018
If you are reading this, then it is likely that you have created a custom view page or have duplicated a protected SiteFarm view page and the breadcrumb is not formatted to your liking.

Take in the View: Creating a "Two Column Person" List

April 13, 2018
Today's recipe is a View that outputs a simplified two-column person contact list, filtered to a specific group of people based on a tag entry in their Person page.

Take in the View: Creating a "Live Client List"

April 10, 2018
We're adding a new section to our blog offerings to glance under the hood at projects using custom Views, Content Types, and other Drupal functionality to elevate SiteFarm sites' content and functionality. First up? Exploring what went into creating our redesigned Live Client Sites page.

Should you be a Site Builder?

February 13, 2018
Let's look at a scenario. You've been working on your site for a month or two now, and you feel like you've mastered the basics—all the topics in the Training > For everyone and > For managers sections are familiar to you. Now, you find yourself looking critically at your site and thinking, "I feel like I should be able to do more with this." How you define more is the beginning of the discussion of whether or not you should consider becoming a Site Builder.

Creating a Basic View

What is a View?

A View is a set of system instructions that will look for content containing criteria you define and then display that content according to how you set the output configuration options. A View creates a page to show output, but by itself is otherwise empty if no content meeting the defined criteria exists.