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Views Mini-Course, Part II: Creating Flexible Views with Drupal 7 [May 8, 2013]

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In part two of our mini-course on views, Heather James, training manager at Acquia will show you how to create flexible lists of content with Views. Views comes with a number of pre-built Views which you can customize. This webinar will cover how to override how content is output.

You will learn about:
• Expanding fields available with relationships
• Dynamic lists with exposed filters and contextual filters
• Using Flags as a relationship
• Using Entity reference as a relationship
• Where you can go to learn more about Views

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