Figure 4-2. Create a new content type by navigating to Structure Content types. in Font

Encoding QR Code in Font Figure 4-2. Create a new content type by navigating to Structure Content types.

Figure 4-2. Create a new content type by navigating to Structure Content types.
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Fields and form settings available to a content type
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Underneath the Description text area are a number of vertical tabs that control many of the default settings when creating a node (see Figure 4-3 for details). The first vertical tab is Submission form settings, which controls many settings on the content creation page (in other words, example.com/node/add). You can give the Title field label setting any arbitrary name. If Preview before submitting is set to Disabled, the preview link at the bottom of the content creation form will not appear. If set to Optional, which is the default, a Preview link will appear and allow users to preview the node before the form is submitted. The Explanation or submission guidelines setting appears at the top of the content creation form. Every content type created is automatically given a Body field, which is (usually) used for main or primary data. When creating a node, the Body field allows you to enter the full body text used when the node is displayed. Optionally, you can edit the summary view of the Body field, which is displayed in lists and (frequently) through the Views module.
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Figure 4-3. The Submission form se ttings tab is located in the vertical tabs at the bottom of the content type (in other words, example.com/node/add) edit page.
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Content publishing options
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Drupal provides four default publishing options. When creating a node, these four publishing options are spread across two tabs: Revision information and Publishing options. If users do not have the administer nodes permission, discussed in the next chapter, they may or may not be able to change these settings when creating a node (see Figure 4-4).
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ADDING CONTENT TYPES AND FIELDS
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The only reason you do not want to select Published as the default option is if the site administrator (or someone else) needs to approve content before it is published. The Promoted to front page check box works only when the site is configured with the default homepage (or when a view is configured to use the check box, covered in 7). Selecting the Sticky at top of lists check box sends the node to the top of a list (once again, if configured with the default homepage; see 7 for exceptions). If Create new revision is selected, every time a node is edited, a revision is created. This can become very cumbersome to manage on sites where content is frequently updated, especially if there are more than ten revisions of a node. However, note that many developers frequently turn this on and forget about it, relying on the end user to manage and delete revisions.
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Figure 4-4. The settings on the Publishing options tab determine the default publishing options on the content creation form.
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Displaying the author and publication date
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When a node is created, the user name of the author and the time it was created is saved. Selecting Display author and date information shows this information underneath the node s title whenever the full-page node is viewed (see Figure 4-5).
Figure 4-5. Display settings determine if author and date information will be automatically displayed on a node.
Displaying comments
The Comment se ttings tab has a number of options that can be configured at the content type level (see Figure 4-6); keep in mind these are default settings and can be updated by users with the appropriate permissions. Comments can either be Open, Closed, or Hidden. Hidden comments means users cannot add or view comments, while Closed comments means users can view previous comments but cannot add one; I recommend setting this as either Open or Hidden and then allowing site administrators to close comments if required. Please note that changing this setting to Closed (or vice versa) will not affect previously created nodes. Comments can be displayed either as a straight list or as threaded. A threaded list groups comments according to replies; if a user posts a comment and three people reply to that comment, those four posts are considered a thread and grouped together. When displaying comments, Drupal automatically includes a pager (that is, it includes links to page 1 of comments, page 2 of comments, and so on) to view additional comments when the number in the Comments per page setting is exceeded. The Allow comment title check box adds a comment title field in the comment form, allowing users to create a custom title for their comment. If the check box is deselected, Drupal creates a title for the comment based on the first 29 characters of the comment. The comment form can appear either on the same page as the node or on a separate page. Deselecting the Show reply form on the same page as comments check box displays an Add new comment link at the bottom of a node directing users to a second page to add comments. If this is selected, then the comment form will appear at the bottom of the full-page node.
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