[development] A module to change node creation confirmation messages
james.benstead at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 00:59:33 UTC 2010
2010/1/24 Domenic Santangelo <domenics at gmail.com>
> You can still change on-the-fly strings. Just look at what's inside t() for
> a clue as to what to override.
> t('@type %title has been created.', $t_args)
> override "'@type %title has been created." to whatever.
I never knew that - that's really useful! However, I still think writing an
addition to the Utility module that will do this through the GUI would be
useful for site builders who would never see this code. I'd best get
> On Jan 24, 2010, at 3:13 PM, James Benstead wrote:
> I really don't think String Overrides does do this - at least, I've never
> been able to get it to change this particular string, I think because it's
> generated on the fly.
> On 24 January 2010 21:03, Darth Clue <darthclue at gmail.com> wrote:
>> String Overrides ( http://drupal.org/project/stringoverrides ) will do
>> that. I don't recall if it has token support.
>> James Benstead wrote:
>>> Currently the message that is shown to a user when a node is created -
>>> @type %title has been created. - seems to be hardcoded into node.module.
>>> I've just helped someone on IRC change this, but it's quite a long-winded
>>> process. Would a module be welcome? It would unset the message set on line
>>> 463 of node.pages.inc, and allow the user to set their own message on a
>>> per-nodetype basis. Integrated with Token and CCK.
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