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Generate Denso QR Bar Code in Font Figure 7-7. The Views homepage is accessed by navigating to Structure Views.

Figure 7-7. The Views homepage is accessed by navigating to Structure Views.
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To add a view, navigate to Structure Views, and click the Add new view link at the top of the page, as shown in Figure 7-8. The View name setting is the machine-readable name, used when theming the site. The View description setting is a short description that appears on the views administration UI. The View tag is also used on the administration UI to sort views; any value entered here will appear in the Tag drop-down, as shown in Figure 7-7. View type was discussed in the previous section; your selection here determines the fields available on the next page; click Nex t to continue.
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Figure 7-8. Navigate to Structure Views, and click the Add new view link at the top of the page to add a view. See Figure 7-9 for the edit view screen; you are sent to this page after you add a view or when you edit a view. This is the page you will visit most frequently when editing a view, and it s a page with which you should become familiar. There are four columns; the left column lists one or more displays, including the Defaults display. The Defaults display contains all default view values; if you add additional displays to the view, such as a block, feed, or page display, these additional displays inherit default values. Each display has three columns with display-specific settings. This means you can have multiple views listed in the left column, all based on default values but with settings overridden at the individual view level. Note that the view is not saved until you click the Save button at the bottom of the page.
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Figure 7-9. Users are sent to this page after they add a view or when they edit a view. When creating a view, I tend to think of the default display as the starter view; you first set default values across all related views, such as the header, footer, and fields, and then add individual views that display associated data through blocks, feeds, or pages. The display can either use the default values or override them. This means, for example, you can have multiple views all related to a set of default values. This commonly happens when you have a block containing information that contains a more link to a full-page view. In this case, you would have a defaults tab, a page display, and a block display, as shown in Figure 7-10. Each display can override default values; this is not to be confused with overriding a default view given by views or a contributed module, as discussed earlier. If a page, block, or feed display has displayspecific settings (for example, in Figure 7-10, the Machine Name and Name), then the label font is black and nonitalicized, but if the display is sharing values with the view (that is, Title, Use pager, More link, and so on), the labels are light gray and italicized.
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Figure 7-10. This view has both a page view and a block view that share default values. Please note that if you make any changes to settings within a page, block, or feed display, you must click the Override button if you want changes to be reflected for that specific display, as shown in Figure 7-11. If you do not click the Override button, then any changes made will be changed to the default display. This actually happens quite a bit for both beginners and experienced users of this module; I can t tell you how many times I ve thrown my hands in the air and exclaimed Gosh! when I realized I completely changed a view because I forgot to use the Override function. One workaround to this problem you may want to try is to export the view before you start making any changes. Exporting a view gives you a complete backup of the view; if you make any mistakes, such as forgetting to override one or more fields, you can simply delete the view and import the backup.
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Figure 7-11. You must click the Override button when making changes to a view if you want the settings to be specific to a page, block, or feed display; otherwise, you will change only the default display values. Each individual display has three columns of information, with each column containing a number of categorized settings for the individual view. Each settings category has several pieces of information; all have links, and some have gear icons. Clicking a link or an icon opens an additional form at the bottom of the screen to which you can make configuration changes. If there is an icon, the link is used to select the main setting (that is, plug-in, pager type, and so on), and the icon is used to configure settings within each main setting. Referring to Figure 7-9, selecting the Unformatted link next to Style in the Style se ttings category opens the dialog box shown in Figure 7-12 underneath the main view area. After you have selected the style plug-in and clicked Update, the icon is used to configure the selected plug-in s settings.
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