I'm using Drupal 7.14, and the biggest complaint I get from people new to Drupal is visualizing where the content goes once its created.
It got me thinking of some clever/native ways to do this with the base installation. I looked into the Overlay module that the administrators have access to, then Blocks page, then Context page, and none seem to provide an easy to use interface for doing what I want. I remember the Themer module in Drupal 6 highlighted the regions in the Blocks page when you're moving components around, and my question begs whether or not this can easily be re-created somehow?
Now I'm familiar that Drupal 8 + Sparks helps with content authoring a bit, I've seen the demo's where users can edit content on the page/layout, but it still doesn't allow for adding new ccks, nodes to a specific region on a page.
I'm not sure this is an appropriate D.SE question, but has anyone heard of a module, or can think of a way to provide a GUI for users to attach their newly created content to the specific region in a theme, most preferably when they are creating the content?
Robbase 2017-03-03 08:26:52Z
The nodeblock and node-level-blocks modules may be a good starting point.
Yuriy Babenko 2013-07-22 17:50:18Z
谢谢您分享这一点 - 通过一些节点级块读取导致我到Bean模块。我的javabeans经验有限，所以如果它的类似，我会探索它。我不确定我还有答案，但我会探索你派出的东西！ Robbase 2013-07-22 18:27:08Z, License: CC BY-SA 3.0
Thanks for sharing this - reading through some of the node-level-blocks led me to the Bean module. I have limited experience with JavaBeans, so I'll explore if its similar. I'm not sure I have my answer yet, but I'll explore what you sent! Robbase 2013-07-22 18:27:08Z, License: CC BY-SA 3.0