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Generate QR Code JIS X 0510 in Font Figure D-6. Adding an argument to a full-page view to filter by year, if year is included in the URL

Figure D-6. Adding an argument to a full-page view to filter by year, if year is included in the URL
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Next I create the block as discussed earlier in the appendix. However, instead of selecting to display all values as the action to take if an argument is not present, I select a summary, sorted in descending order. This tells Drupal that it should display a summary of results and gives you the option to select whether the summary should be presented as a jump menu, a list, or unformatted (see Figure D-7). After selecting the summary style, a gear icon will appear under the argument, allowing you to configure different options for the summary view, such as displaying the number of nodes in each month/year.
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Figure D-7. When a summary is selected, views provides options to format the output.
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The Calendar module (http://drupal.org/project/calendar) creates a view containing a number of displays to display a full-size and mini-calendar on your site. It is disabled by default, so you will need to go to the list of all views, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click enable next to the calendar view. By default, a view is enabled that displays a full-page calendar, available at http://example.com/calendar (see Figure D-8).
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Figure D-8. Default calendar view
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You will immediately notice a number of included displays and default settings in the calendar view, including a calendar page, calendar block (with mini-calendar), year view, month view, block view, feed, and more. My recommendation is to first update the default view and then update other views as required. Using the event example from earlier, I updated the fields, argument, sort criteria, and filters. You will also want to change the corresponding fields in both the iCal feed and the Upcoming block, because these two views have overridden fields and filters and do not use the default settings. Next I ll go in and make a few updates to views as required. The calendar page, which configures how the full-page calendar displays, has a few interesting settings under Calendar settings, including the ability to include CSS classes depending on terms, allowing you to theme certain days depending on the taxonomy term assigned to the event node. There is also an option to display a pop-up Date changer. The calendar block is a miniature calendar that can be placed in sidebars or other relatively small areas. When displaying events in a year, month, day, or week view, the corresponding views can be used to change the display, such as outputting different fields.
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Image gallery
It is easy when working with Drupal to assume there must be an image gallery module responsible for displaying images. There is, and it s called the Views module using the Style: Grid Style se ttings. The grid style allows you to output field data (in other words, images, content fields, and so on) in a grid pattern with a configurable number of columns. For example, you can display 50 images in a 5 column by 10 row full-page view. Combine this with an image-resizing preset that scales and crops images to a preset dimension, and you re ready to rock n roll. First, create an image gallery content type and add all required fields, including an image upload field. Next, add a view and select the grid style; see Figure D-9 for the available options. You ll want to make sure to use a pager and set the items to display to a number greater than 10, depending on how large your grid and image thumbnails are.
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