Reviewing what is lost from Drupal 6


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Reviewing what is lost from Drupal 6

Professional authors have a saying, "Writing is easy; editing is hard." But good editing is often what makes the difference between a good work and a great one. Drupal 7's developers apparently knew this too and removed a few things that were either confusing, or underused, or poorly implemented. Only a few things got the axe though, and chances are pretty good that you never use them in Drupal 6. We'll start with one that I'm sure you've never used, because it didn't actually do anything. The Related terms feature for taxonomy.

I'll show you how it worked, or rather didn't work in Drupal 6. Here is our Drupal 6 site. I'll go to Administer > Content > Taxonomy. I'll create a vocabulary. I'll just call it Color names, and save that. And then we'll start adding terms. Just say yellow, Save, and red. Now if we go down here to Advanced options, we see this Related terms.

But it didn't actually do anything. It exposed the terms to each...

Reviewing what is lost from Drupal 6
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Reviewing what is lost from Drupal 6 provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Tom Geller as part of the Drupal 7 New Features

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