Drupal.org Node Type (for tracking purposes)

This content type makes an issue similar to the ones on drupal.org.

Required modules:
- Date
- Link

***Link to content type.***

*This is a really long content type, so I had to post it elsewhere.

Shared Content Type Repository

This is a launchpad for CCK content type templates.

To add one of these content types to your Drupal site, make sure you have the required modules installed, then copy and paste the code into /admin/content/types/import

To share one of your content types with other Drupal site builders, go to /admin/content/types/export and copy the code to a child page of this book. Please be sure to include any additional modules you used and put the code in < code > & < /code > tags.

How to create a simple Drupal 6 module in three easy steps

Many Drupal developers and themers create one or more small custom modules to paste or write various code snippets into - while many aspects of Drupal can be changed at the theme layer (e.g. in .tpl.php files or in template.php), some code only works from within a module.

Though you should read the full Module developer's guide and particularly the step by step tutorial on creating a Drupal module, this short guide will help you create the framework for a simple personal module by simply creating a few files and pasting in the example code. You can have your own personal module, even if you're new to Drupal and/or unfamiliar with programming, within a matter of minutes.

Migrate

Note: The Migrate module documentation is, as befits a complex subject, always in need of improvement. The best way to contribute improvements is not comments on the documentation pages (unfortunately, there is no notification process to tell the authors of comments), but to submit a Documentation issue to the Migrate module issue queue.

For Drupal 8, see in-progress Migrate API in Drupal 8.

The Migrate module (V2) provides a flexible framework for migrating content into Drupal from other sources. It is important to recognize that the Migrate module is a developer's tool — if you do not have object-oriented programming skills in PHP, this module is not for you. The primary purpose is to provide the infrastructure for managing complex, large-scale site migrations. However, add-on modules can be developed on top of Migrate to provide a UI suitable for use by non-technical users for simpler migration cases — as an example, see the WordPress Migrate module for importing Wordpress exports into Drupal 7.

Associated Links

Associated Links is not a plugin to Associated Nodes, but a module that uses Associated Nodes.
It is a basic example of how to use the Associated Nodes to display the result of node associations.

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