One of the annoying features of Drupal 7 is that its submit button is below the fold.
Inevitably when we are writing a long post, we become distracted at some point and posts are left unsaved. Without an automatic save feature, it is equally inevitable that posts are lost.
To make life a little easier, it is cool to put a Save button at the top of the Add Content form. And it is easy to do.
- Install and enable the module Content Type Extras
- Go to the list of Modules and Configure Content Type Extras
- The Module allows for all manner of extra buttons that I don’t use. I will just forget what they all do.
- I go to Extras and check two boxes to add a Save button to the top of each Content Type.
- Save and buttons appear whenever you add a new Article, Book page, etc.
Now you have saved yourself a needless task of scrolling down to find the Save button and given yourself a prompt to Save when you are distracted.
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