How can I delete broken content from a drupal site?
January 7, 2014 3:10 PM Subscribe
You are not my programmer, but could you help me out? Problem is with broken links on a non-profit site.
posted by ajarbaday to Computers & Internet (12 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
My non-profit runs Drupal 6.22, with a "watershed now" theme. On the front page of the site is a sidebar that links to recent updates. The updates it imports from an associated blog are displayed correctly with two-sentence teasers, but directs to a url associated with the title of the blog post on the non-profit's website, instead of the blog post. Ex: if title of blog is lizards_save_world, the link directs to "nonprofit'swebsite/lizards_save_world" not "blogspot/lizards_save_world".
I manually checked the feed on a feedchecker, and made sure rss address was correct, but both of those things were fine. Then I deleted the 'update feed' content, but the content still appears although I no longer have the option to edit the feed since it's disappeared from the content.
So, any suggestions? I went through the drupal message board but haven't got any answers, and our non-profit's tech department is somewhat non-existent at the moment.
Ideally, I'd like for the update feed to work, but I'd also like to delete the dead links, but I can't figure out a way to do that since the content doesn't seem to exist anymore.