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#Save Draft

Save Draft replaces the default "Save" button on the content creation page and
removes the "Published" checkbox under "Publishing options". Instead it presents
a "Publish" button and a "Save Draft" button for the same functionality with
improved usability. "Publish" will save in published form and "Save as Draft"
will save in unpublished form with a single click.

Save Draft

You also have the option to allow drafts to be saved even if required fields
are not filled in.

##Installation

##Usage

After enabling the module:

  • By default once you have enabled the module, the "Save Draft" button will
    be activated on all content types and the "Skip Required Fields" functionality
    will not be turned on.

  • To adjust the default settings, simply edit a content type and look under
    "Publishing options" for the "Save Draft" settings:

    Save Draft - Content type settings

##Developers

If your module adds a button to the node form module and you are using the
"Skip required validation" option you can allow your button to also skip
required validation by adding the #skip_required_validation property to your
button. For example, if you are adding a button 'my_button' to the form actions
you would add this property also:
$form['actions']['my_button']['#skip_required_validation'] = TRUE;

##Issues

Bugs and Feature requests should be reported in the
Issue Queue

##Current Maintainers

##Credits

  • Ported to Backdrop CMS by Laryn Kragt Bakker - CEDC.org.
  • Current and past maintainers for the Drupal module: Pravin Ajaaz, ArunSelva,
    Yorirou, JulienD, valderama, ksenzee, danjukes. Support for the Drupal
    module is also provided by Young Globes.

##License

This project is GPL v2 software. See the LICENSE.txt
file in this directory for complete text.