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A client side Amazon widget.
This widget will hide the amazon fields and show the relevant items for the country code detected.
Drupal integration for BugHerd.
BugHerd turns client feedback into actionable tasks.
Your clients report issues by making annotations right from the site being worked on.
BugHerd turns these into full bug reports with all the info you need to fix the problem.
Module provides version for visually impaired people according to Russian legislationDependencies
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In Panopoly 2.0 for Drupal 8, we're moving the Media configuration to a new Feature (rather than bundling it in with Panopoly Widgets).
Synchronize CiviCRM Contacts with Membership Status to a specified Drupal Role both automatically and manually.
At the 2017 Acquia Engage Conference, our enterprise web project for Pinnacol Assurance won the Financial Services category. As an Acquia Preferred Partner and sponsor of the Acquia Engage conference, we are thrilled to have been ranked beside the world's top Drupal websites.
Pinnacol.com launched in December of 2016. As Colorado’s leading workers compensation insurer, Pinnacol Assurance needed a Drupal website design that reflected the company’s commitment to first-class service.
Built on Drupal 8, we launched a brand new enterprise content management system, created a one-of-a-kind knowledge hub, and revamped the site’s user experience interface.
“The Pinnacol project was lengthy and complex, we had very specific problems that required creative solutions. Elevated Third developed a high performing, enterprise-level website that continues to exceed our expectations.”
- Hilary Miller, Brand and Marketing Director, Pinnacol Assurance
This year, five of our Drupal websites were finalists in the annual Acquia Engage competition. Partners and customers submitted more than 200 nominations across 17 categories to the program. Our Drupal work ranked in the following categories.
Denver Botanic Gardens, Nonprofit Finalist
Comcast Technology Solutions, Brand Experience Finalist
Firewise USA, Community Finalist
Pinnacol Assurance, Financial Services Winner
“Winning sites set themselves apart in how they grabbed our attention and made us want to learn more,” said CMSWire’s Dom Nicastro, one of the award program jurors. “The first thing I looked for were search and commerce capabilities. It's a Google and Amazon world that we live in. No one comes to a website just for a pretty design, and no one remembers a red call-to-action button versus a blue one. Sites that deliver excellent search and easy transactional experiences won for me.”
Congratulations to all the 2017 Acquia Engage winners!
Over the years, Zivtech has worked on many different types of existing Drupal websites and web applications. These projects have ranged from sites that were built with Drupal’s best practices to those built by developers with little to no Drupal experience. At Zivtech, we typically call a website that follows little to none of Drupal’s best practices a “lemon.” Our CTO, Jody Hamilton, did a great two part blog series called Lemon: Drupal Diseases and Cures if you would like to know more about what a Drupal lemon is.
If your site fits into the category of a lemon, it likely requires too much work to fix and should probably be rebuilt. In many cases though, our developers find that we can “rescue” the site to get it back into a secure and maintainable state after a site audit. We perform a site audit to identify the issues that can be fixed, and then provide an informative report about what problems have been found and how we can resolve them.
Our extensive experience with site audits has helped us identify common mistakes that Drupal sites are often guilty of. In this post we’ll outline the common mistakes and configuration issues that we find on most lemons. Some of these issues are even common on sites that have mostly followed Drupal’s best practices.Read more
As part of my new role as Agile Consultant with Amazee Labs Zurich, I'm running a global survey to assess agile practices in our industry. Anyone working in an agency environment is welcome to fill out the survey!Josef Dabernig Wed, 10/18/2017 - 13:57
Do you / does your agency work using defined agile methodologies such as Scrum and or Kanban? How do you fit theory into practice when it comes to working for different clients with different levels of understanding with regards to Agile practices at the same time?
Thank you for taking the survey before October 31 - I’m looking forward to report the findings in an upcoming blog post.
This lets you have an extra option to show the tumbnail as clickable item to go to the embeded video.
Since I have the same wish as in this issue:
I'm starting this module.
Will update the description later.
jQuery-viewport-checker is a Drupal integration of jQuery-viewport-checker library. Little script that detects if an element is in the viewport and adds a class to it.Dependencies
Permission UI allows to create dynamic permissions associated with core/contrib entities via the UI. The main purpose is to avoid overwhelming of permission (like Node Access) per bundle and no dried permission system (e.g. just "administer nodes"). This module provides an UI to add necessary permissions and export them as any other configuration.Implementation What is done
1. UI for CRUD permission
This module allows creation of nested tree structures, kept in a specified configuration entity. It is somewhat similar to core taxonomy tree, but allowing elements having different parameters (fields), definable in a child class depending on anything you like (level, id, etc), not exactly the same for every element.
It uses AJAX for every operation.
This is an API module, see the attached example for a possible use case.
A Drupal module which provides consolidated management for various types of
Sometimes you would like to import a huge volume of data from a CSV file into Drupal. Maybe from another CMS. Maybe from a spreadsheet. But there is no such functionality in Drupal 8 core.
To import your data from a CSV file, you need to install and enable the contributed module "Content Import". In this tutorial, you are going to import five content items of the content type Customer.
A checkout is a pretty fundamental part of a commerce system. So the fact that Commerce 2.x has a checkout is not really news. But it’s what you can do with the checkout that makes 2.x special.
You can now configure the checkout workflow. You can opt to ask for billing information, shipping information, certificates, registration details, etc. There’s lots of different data that can change depending on the type of product you sell. If you sell digital products, for instance, you don’t need shipping information. If you sell course registrations, you might require pre-existing certificates. Maybe you do both, so you need to configure multiple types of checkouts.
And that’s easy to do. For the most part, it’s a matter of dragging and dropping options. You can add or remove pieces pretty easily. If you need something really custom, like if you need to validate a safety certificate against a third party, you might need a developer to build that functionality. But otherwise it’s a fairly simple process.
You can also integrate into any part of the checkout. Maybe you do something when you add to cart, or when you complete the order. Maybe you even go off-site to pay through PayPal or register through Eventbrite and then come back. You can hook into any step you need in order to get those things done.