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Answered by Alejandro Ramirez : Apr 02 2012 12:49 PM
Is this consistently reproducible? You may have pressed the Save/Submit/Post button more than once when you first published the article, and thus, creating a duplicate.
I just tested this on my Drupa... full answer >
Answered by sarahkim : Dec 22 2010 03:13 PM
You might also try posting your question in the Using Drupal book forum.
This post from one of the authors may also help since the section you are referring t... full answer >
When you get past a few people generating content for your site, you're going to want to set up a publishing workflow. This excerpt from Byron, Berry, et al.'s Using Drupal will introduce you to Dru...
Drupal is one of the more well-known open source Content Management Systems out there. Chances are, if you're looking to accomplish some specific content management task, there's probably a Drupal m...
Answered by cothomps : Jul 22 2010 02:11 PM
... as with anything in Drupal 'if there's a will...'
But the short answer is 'no' by default - a link to a view is often simply a path (the one you specify in the page display).
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As with any open source software Drupal is not spared from regular security issues with the core software and modules. However, possibly due to the large number of commercial companies active in Drupa...