Drupal Tutorials #9 – Custom Content Types Part 2 Manage Display

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23 thoughts on “Drupal Tutorials #9 – Custom Content Types Part 2 Manage Display”

  1. Hi Scott,

    Thanks for the great tutorials. Just one question please. How can we add a content type like Projects (which lists up all the projects) in the menu. Every time I trty to do so, it gives me an error message at the path level. I am not sure what should be the path for the projects (and not just one project)? Any suggestions please

  2. The flow on this one was very rocky. I generally like most of your tutorials, but the presentation felt disjointed and without real explanation. Also, it would be great to go full width on your screen.

  3. Great Video. Thanks a million.But  Why does it redirect me to wampserver homepage whenever i go to'add content'  to edit my content just as you showed? I tried a lot of times but at that point it redirects the page to wampserver homepage. You know why?

  4. Hi, thankyou for the tutorials. I have a question. Why, when I try to edit the myProject content type there's no image field even if I created the field in manage field before. Thanks

  5. Very ineteresting. I can already see the power of this CMS. I feel like I just started to untangle I giant knot, so hopefully sooner or later this puzzle with start to put itself together.

  6. What's the permissions on your sites/default/files folder? Should be 777. Incorrect permissions could prevent an image from being uploaded and would probably produce some kind of error like that.

  7. Hi i've been following along but my image wont upload and the error message isnt very helpful it just says file could not be uploaded, is there anyway to find out why it isnt working or can you shed some light on it?

  8. Hey man! Nice tuts, thanks for that! One question thou: while following what you do on this tutorial, i have decided to add 3 images, not one. Now, how can i display only the first image below the title, than some text and than another image and so on? I guess the extra images should be incorporated in the body? or…? Thank you for this great tutorials! 🙂

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