Using the Drupal 8 core Views module, you can fetch content from the database of your site and present it to the user.
You can add one or more displays to a view. Each display is a variation of the view. For example, you could start with a view that shows a
Use filters if you need to further refine the criteria that determines which content to display in the view.
When you first create a view you select the base table from options such as Comments, Content, and Taxonomy terms. This cannot be changed
Views allows you to create listings of data on your site as blocks which can be placed in regions on your site.
You can customize the HTML and CSS for a view. You can also enable or disable the default CSS classes.
By default, Views caches data for tables, modules and available views. You can disable caching, but note that this can have a serious
Your view can expose a filter to your site visitors, allowing them to interact with the data in the view.
Sometimes a view can use the same field in several different ways. To avoid confusion on the Views Edit screen, you can give each use of the
Sometimes a view can use the same filter in several different ways. To avoid confusion on the Views Edit screen, you can give each use of
You can enable, disable, clone and delete a view.
You can configure a field in a view to display information that is different from the actual data in the field. By using tokens, you can
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