Drupal 8 User Guide: 6.2. Deleting a Content Type

Drupal 8 User Guide: 6.2. Deleting a Content Type


Deleting a Content Type
with Amber Matz In this tutorial, we’ll walk through
how to delete a content type. By the end of this tutorial, you will understand how to delete
the unneeded content type Article. To follow along,
you should understand how to login and navigate the administrative
pages in Drupal. See the written tutorial for a link to this prerequisite,
if you need a refresher. In the Manage administrative menu,
navigate to Structure, then Content types. This is the path
admin/structure/types. The Content types page appears. In the row for the Article
content type under Operations, drop down the Manage fields menu
and select Delete. Before it’s deleted,
a confirmation page is displayed. The associated configuration items
which make up the Article content type
are listed here. Be sure to check this list for any
unwanted configuration deletions. This is your last chance to check
before you delete this content type. Now click Delete. After you click Delete, the
Content types page appears again with a confirmation message saying
that the content type has been deleted. In this tutorial,
we walked through the steps of how to delete a content type, and we deleted the unneeded
content type Article.

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