Introducing View Alias Module

Finally got around to pushing this out. I’ve been thinking about it for a bit, and it just started as something to help me quickly generate url aliases. But after using it on two projects I thought some others might like it. druplicon_small_0.gifFinally got around to pushing this out. Finally got around to pushing this out.

I’ve been thinking about it for a bit, and it just started as something to help me quickly generate url aliases.

Finally got around to pushing this out. I’ve been thinking about it for a bit, and it just started as something to help me quickly generate url aliases. But after using it on two projects I thought some others might like it. druplicon_small_0.gifFinally got around to pushing this out. Finally got around to pushing this out.

I’ve been thinking about it for a bit, and it just started as something to help me quickly generate url aliases. But after using it on two projects I thought some others might like it. The module grew out of the need to have search engine friendly URLs for view driven listing pages. And by “listing pages”, I mean a view that’s displaying all the nodes that are marked with the provided term argument, i.e. articles/88 should be articles/software-news . The module has two features – bulk generation and recurring maintenance.

Bulk generation is a one shot, create or delete style feature. It creates or deletes all the aliases for a view in one action. The recurring maintenance aspect is to help with the inevitable occurrence of taxonomy name changes. You can visit the Drupal.org project page to download or add comments, questions, bug reports, etc.

Eric McKenna