[development] D7 additional content type settings [was: D7 node flow]

Jeff Greenberg jeff at ayendesigns.com
Wed Jun 29 02:04:37 UTC 2011

Hi Adam. Hook_nodeapi was put out to pasture in D7, wasn't it?  I'm at 
the point of node/add/whatever_type, so hook_node_prepare applies, but 
the $node object for it contains only the standard fields and fields 
added to the content type, but not fields added to the content type 
form. I don't know if I'm explaining it correctly. I want to be able to 
add an option to content types that can be used or not, and then when 
creating a piece of content, be able to check whether that content type 
is supposed to use that option.

> hook_nodeapi using op load or prepare. Alternatively you could use my 
> module http://drupal.org/project/custom_pub but it doesn't have a per 
> node_type customization at the moment. But if nothing else the code 
> will show you how I accomplished it.
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> On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 6:25 PM, Jeff Greenberg <jeff at ayendesigns.com 
> <mailto:jeff at ayendesigns.com>> wrote:
>     __
>     Still unclear on this...not for lack of searching.  If I add a
>     field to node_type_form with hook_form_alter, how do I access that
>     field's contents when NOT on the content type page? For example,
>     if as a result of hook_form_alter my content type form shows the
>     following:
>     Default options
>     Published
>     Promoted to front page
>     Sticky at top of lists
>     Create new revision
>     My option
>     The setting for My options shows up every time I edit the content
>     type, but how do I access it when content is being created for
>     that content type?

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