Displaying multiple fields in a single line in drupal7 views

Suppose you have three fields (Title, field_city, field_country) to display in your view. By default they will display in three separate lines as follows:

Benjamin Franklin

To display this information in a single line, you need to edit the third field. Expand Rewrite Results, then type in the following:

[Title], [field_city], [field_country]

This will result in the following:

Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia, USA 

Fatal error: Allowed memory size exhausted

Drupal can be very memory intensive CMS, especially if you have lots of menus, blocks and modules. If you exhaust the allowed memory size, you would get an error such as the following

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 16777216 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 41 bytes) in somefile

To fix this problem, you need to allocate more memory.

1. Open you php.ini file If you don't know where this file is, run locate php.ini. Mine is located at /etc/php.ini. Make sure you back up this file before editing it.

Concatenating cells in Excel

To concatenate cells in Excel, you can either use the concatenation() function or the & symbol. If

A1 = Hello
A2 = World



will produce



=concatenate(A1," ",A2)

will produce

Hello World

If the concatenation is not working, then make sure that the format of A1 and A2 is "text" and the format of the cell with the concatenation function/formula is "general".