Node within node editing

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Tyler Durden
Last seen: 6 years 3 weeks ago
Joined: 2013-09-22

I have two content types (A and B).

The user can add obviously add instances of Node A and B separately via "Content > Add Content > etc"

I want to be able to render "Node B" at the bottom of "Node A" on the same page so that the user can add/edit content of "Node A" and "Node B" on the same page. Basically this is a workflow feature.

Additionally "Node B" should be repeatable if required (meaning the user can click to add multiple node instances of "Node B", just like you can with a field.

Can anyone please point me in the right direction? would be perfect if Views recognised the fields within a field collection, but sadly it doesn't appear to see them as separate entities :(

Thank you :)

Last seen: 5 years 42 weeks ago
Joined: 2014-10-09
Have you looked into creating

Have you looked into creating a view that pulled in a content type, could be just one or many items, then adding a header or footer to the view that pulls in additional nodes? You can specify the node, so it could be anything I assume. As for making it all easily editable, I have no idea.

Within the view just click Header or Footer, Add, Rendered Entity, Node.

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