Dries Buytaert: Drupal 8.6.0 released

Planet Drupal - 6 September 2018 - 12:23am

Last night, we shipped Drupal 8.6.0! I firmly believe this is the most significant Drupal 8 release to date. It is significant because we made a lot of progress on all twelve of Drupal 8 core's strategic initiatives. As a result, Drupal 8.6 delivers a large number of improvements for content authors, evaluators, site builders and developers.

What is new for content authors?

For content authors, Drupal 8.6 adds support for "remote media types". This means you can now easily embed YouTube or Vimeo videos in your content.

The Media Library in Drupal 8.6

Content authors want Drupal to be easy to use. We made incredible progress on a variety of features that will help to achieve that: we've delivered an experimental media library, added the Workspaces module as experimental, providing sophisticated content staging capabilities, and made great strides on the upcoming Layout Builder. The Layout Builder is shaping up to be a very powerful tool that solves a lot of authoring challenges, and is something many are looking forward to.

The Workspaces module in Drupal 8.6

Each initiative related to content authoring is making disciplined and steady progress. These features not only solve for the most requested authoring improvements, but provide a solid foundation on which we can continue to innovate. This means we can provide better compatibility and upgradability for contributed modules.

The top 10 requested features for content creators according to the 2016 State of Drupal survey.What is new for evaluators?

Evaluators want an out-of-the-box experience that allows them to install and test drive Drupal in minutes. With Drupal 8.6, we have finally delivered on this need.

Prior to Drupal 8.6, downloading and installing Drupal was a complex and lengthy process that ended with an underwhelming "blank slate".

Now, you can install Drupal with the new "Umami demo profile". The Umami demo profile showcases some of Drupal's most powerful capabilities by providing a beautiful website filled with content right out of the box. A demo profile will not only help to onboard new users, but it can also be used by Drupal professionals and digital agencies to showcase Drupal to potential customers.

The new Umami demo profile together with the Layout Builder.

In addition to a new installation profile, we added a "quick-start" command that allows you to launch a Drupal site in one command using only one dependency, PHP. If you want to try Drupal, you no longer have to setup a webserver, a database, containers, etc.

Last but not least, the download experience and evaluator documentation on Drupal.org has been vastly improved.

With Drupal 8.6, you can download and install a fully functional Drupal demo application in less than two minutes. That is something to be very excited about.

What is new for developers?

You can now upgrade a single-language Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 site to Drupal 8 using the built-in user interface. While we saw good progress on multilingual migrations, they will remain experimental as we work on the final gaps.

I recently wrote about our progress in making Drupal an API-first platform, including an overview of REST improvements in Drupal 8.6, an update on JSON API, and the reasons why JSON API didn't make it into this release. I'm looking forward to JSON API being added in Drupal 8.7. Other decoupled efforts, including a React-based administration application and GraphQL support are still under heavy development, but making rapid progress.

We also converted almost all of our tests from SimpleTest to PHPUnit; and we've added Nightwatch.js and Prettier for JavaScript developers. While Drupal 8 has extensive back-end test coverage, using PHPUnit and Nightwatch.js provides a more modern platform that will make Drupal more familiar to PHP and JavaScript developers.

Drupal 8 continues to hit its stride

These are just some of the highlights that I'm most excited about. If you'd like to read more about Drupal 8.6.0, check out the official release announcement and important update information from the release notes. The next couple of months, I will write up more detailed progress reports on initiatives that I didn't touch upon in this blog post.

In my Drupal 8.5.0 announcement, I talked about how Drupal is hitting its stride, consistently delivering improvements and new features:

In future releases, we plan to add a media library, support for remote media types like YouTube videos, support for content staging, a layout builder, JSON API support, GraphQL support, a React-based administration application and a better out-of-the-box experience for evaluators.

As you can see from this blog post, Drupal 8.6 delivered on a number of these plans and made meaningful progress on many others.

In future releases we plan to:

  • Stabilize more of the features targeting content authors
  • Add JSON API, allowing developers to more easily and rapidly create decoupled applications
  • Provide stable multilingual migrations
  • Make big improvements for developers with Composer and configuration management changes
  • Continually improve the evaluator experience
  • Iterate towards an entirely new decoupled administrative experience
  • ... and more

Releases like Drupal 8.6.0 only happen with the help of hundreds of contributors and organizations. Thank you to everyone that contributed to this release. Whether you filed issues, wrote code, tested patches, funded a contributor, tested pre-release versions, or cheered for the team from the sidelines, you made this release happen. Thank you!

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Convertkit integration

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 11:44pm

Integration with Convertkit.

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precision modifier

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 10:00pm
Precision Modifier

This module allows site builders change precision and scale values of node fields of type decimal the have data associated with them.


Once the module has been downloaded and enabled, the following steps are required in order to change the
precision and scale of a field of type decimal:

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InternetDevels: Drupal 8.6.0 released with awesome novelties for websites!

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 9:55pm
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Congrats to everyone on the release of Drupal 8.6.0! The new minor version of Drupal promises to be equally attractive for website users, owners, editors, and developers alike. Six months ago, when Drupal 8.5 was released, we approached it from a historic point of view, and described the exciting road from Drupal 8.1 to Drupal 8.5.

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Affinity Bridge: Use multiple PHP versions at the same Time!

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 3:13pm
Use multiple PHP versions at the same Time! 09/05/2018 - 15:13 planet drupal linux development Apple drupal apache php Arvand Soup Up your dev environment with Fast CGI process Manager : php-fpm


Say you have already set yourself up with a web development environment following Andy Miller’s macOs dev setup guides part one and part two. However one can grow tired of pulling that daily php version switch. The question is: Is there a way to run multiple instances of php side by side? Yes! There is a way. Let’s find out how:



Firstly, a quick recap on how things are currently wired up and how apache is capable of rendering a php file using x-httpd-php, and mod_php.

  • The apache_core enables apache to map the  to be handled by the SetHandler application/x-httpd-php. Notice that this application is under apache and is not stand alone.
  • Apache then knows what module to load as a single php apache module as defined in /usr/local/etc/httpd/httpd.conf. For example a php5 module definition is something like: LoadModule php5_module /usr/local/opt/php@5.6/lib/httpd/modules/libphp5.so
  • Moreover, when dealing with a PHP file, apache will use CGI by launching a process -> initializing the environment -> digesting the request -> returning the result. in a nut shell FCGI is the protocol that web servers (like apache) use to delegate work to other processes

We are going to no longer use the mod_php and instead replace it with stand-alone php-fpm processes. In other words php-fpm is a php daemon that's configured to listen and respond to the FCGI protocol This means that we need to start/stop php independently of apache. The proxy_fcgi_module is used so that the SetHandler can connect to the php-fpm socket. I m going to go through this step by step for adding the php version 5.6 later you can follow the same steps to set up other php versions.

Step 1 - proxy_mod

Add the proxy modules: In your /usr/local/etc/httpd/httpd.conf find the commented lines below and uncomment:


LoadModule proxy_module lib/httpd/modules/mod_proxy.so LoadModule proxy_fcgi_module lib/httpd/modules/mod_proxy_fcgi.so   Step 2 : Configure php-fpm

Copy the listen path: In your /usr/local/etc/php/5.6/php-fpm.conf find the listen path and copy it someplace safe. We have to point our vhost to this listen path in the next step


listen = /usr/local/var/run/php56-fpm.sock


Set up your log paths: In the same file /usr/local/etc/php/5.6/php-fpm.conf look for both Error_log & Access_log. Uncomment and set:


error_log = /Users/YOURNAME/sites/log/5.6/php-fpm.log access.log = /Users/YOURNAME/sites/log/5.6/$pool.access.log


Set your User/Group Again In the same file /usr/local/etc/php/5.6/php-fpm.conf look for user and group. Change them from _www to whatever user and group you have set your apache to:


user = YOUR_APACHE_USER group = YOUR_APACHE_GROUP   Step 3 : Re-configure your Vhost

Add a new ServerAlias In /usr/local/etc/httpd/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf add a server alias that is version specific. In this case php56 seems reasonably simple and clear. (note that this depends on the dnsmsq wildcard in this example my host is *.test)


ServerAlias *.php56.test


Redefine your SetHandler As mentioned we will use the proxy handling. Change the application/x-httpd-php to the following: ( with respect to VirtualDocumentRoot beings set to /Users/YOURNAME/sites/%1/public_html ). This has to match the listen path you gathered in step 2. Note that I d like to pass the socket to a designated port on the fcgi side ie: 8056 for 5.6 version.


SetHandler "proxy:unix:/usr/local/var/run/php56-fpm.sock|fcgi://localhost:8056"


Add Directory specifications:


DirectoryIndex index.php index.html Options Indexes MultiViews FollowSymLinks Require all granted AllowOverride All   Step 4 : Run php-fpm

Fire up your php-fpm: Running the php-fpm with flag -D will force the process to run in the background


/usr/local/opt/php\@5.6/sbin/php-fpm -D


Test your local. You can verify the php-fpm process on Activity Monitor.

Step 5 : Repeat the steps 2 - 4 for other versions of php (7.x). In this case 7.2.

full vhost:


ServerAlias *.php72.test VirtualDocumentRoot /Users/YOURNAME/sites/%1/public_html SetHandler "proxy:unix:/usr/local/var/run/php72-fpm.sock|fcgi://localhost:8072" DirectoryIndex index.php index.html Options Indexes MultiViews FollowSymLinks Require all granted AllowOverride All


Error handling: change the /usr/local/etc/php/7.2/php-fpm.conf


error_log = /Users/YOURNAME/sites/log/7.2/php-fpm.log access.log = /Users/YOURNAME/sites/log/7.2/$pool.access.log


Fire up your php-fpm:


/usr/local/opt/php\@5.67.2/sbin/php-fpm -D


And now Restart apache and test away.

Last thing to do is to add the start scripts for your php-fpm to your startup login items.

A quick note:There are other ways you could route your php version. One way that was not mentioned above is to place the web projects in different folder bins and instead of setting your ServerAlias rather configure the Directory.


Move your dev environment from mod_php to php-fpm and not only you easily can switch between projects without the hassle for reconfiguring your apache but also enjoy the high performance.

As a reminder, this post focuses on local development environment and assumes that security and heavy request load are both not a concern. Although you can find the perfect balance for your production servers with the right tweaks as well as a security in mind; I d leave that discussion out for another post. Just incase if memory is a concern you can always tune your memory usage so it won't deprive other processes. Happy deving!


Image credit: Jonathan Elliott : https://www.flickr.com/photos/jon3lliott/  
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Coral Talk

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 12:49pm

This project helps integrate the Talk commenting service from Mozilla's Coral Project.

Note: Development is not associated with Mozilla or the Coral Project.

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Hook 42: The Great Plains of Drupal Contributions

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 8:37am

AmyJune is venturing to the Great Plains of DrupalCorn Camp to spread her love of giving back to Drupal! Not only will she be training folks on how to navigate the issue queue, she will be leading Contribution Day, and teaming up with Lisa McCray and Marc Drummond to promote diversity and inclusion.

DrupalCorn Camp is four corn-filled days in September, the 17th through 30th in Des Moines, Iowa.

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Drupal Association blog: Board Meetings at Drupal Europe

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 8:10am

Drupal Europe is right around the corner! Just like previous large European Drupal Conferences, part of the week includes Drupal Association Board meetings. Below is a summary of their activities and agendas. We hope you will join the public board meeting in person or virtually.

Board Retreat

The Drupal Association Board of Directors will convene over the weekend before Drupal Europe to discuss:

  • Executive and Committee updates

  • A vote to approve the board nomination for 4 seats

  • Succession planning

Public Board Meeting

The Board of Directors will hold an open board meeting on Monday, September 10 from 11:00 - 13:00 CEST in the Darmstadtium, Room 3.07 Argon. We welcome you to attend in person or virtually.

The agenda will include an executive update with a special focus on the upcoming GitLab integrations as well as program updates from staff and more exciting news. There will be 10 minutes for the community to ask the board and staff questions.

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Youtube playlist

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 7:27am

Display youtube playlist at drupal block.

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Form API Error Messages

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 7:05am

This module provides a class to replace default error messages (at the moment for numeric constraint validations only).

At the moment it is just an example, but it could be a way to improve how core handles this or use its own validations.

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Web Wash: New Media Management Functionality in Drupal 8.6

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 6:30am

Drupal has got new media management functionality in 8.6. In the above video, you demonstrate what new media functionality we have in Drupal 8.6.

Thanks to the Media in Drupal 8 Initiative, media handling in Drupal has been getting better with every new Drupal 8 release. In 8.4 we got the experimental core Media module. Then in 8.5, the module moved from experimental to stable and now it's the recommended way for storing media assets. Now in Drupal 8.6 we get a few extra goodies such as oEmbed support, a Remote video media type and a media library.

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TEN7 Blog's Drupal Posts: Episode 038: The Many Hats of Lynn Winter

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 6:00am
Today, we are privileged to be talking with Lynn Winter, web project manager, content strategist, pro sports cameraperson and conference producer. What we're discussing:Lynn's many jobs, talents and skills, Picking strawberries, Babysitting, Growing up in Northfield, MN, Attending Hamline University, Working at TPT (TwinCities Public Television), Roles of a TV production manager, Working as a camera operator for professional sports teams, Doing MN Vikings games, Getting called up for the big game... Superbowl, Doing the NCAA Final Four, Moving into the digital world, Starting at Gorton Studios, A passion for content strategy and user experience, Manage Digital, an annual conference.
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Droptica: The ten most interesting lectures at DrupalCon Nashville 2018

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 5:50am
At the last DrupalCon in Nashville, you could hear a lot of interesting lectures. I have chosen ten lectures for you, which I consider to be one of the most interesting. You can find the entire playlist of DrupalCon lectures at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpeDXSh4nHjRRbzQW5D6PQVFPrTuh5y8m Below are some of the lectures you cannot miss. 1. Weather.com’s Project Moonracer – Decoupled User Interfaces This session will show you how the Weather.com team manages content. An interesting lecture for everyone who plans big changes in the content editing interface in their project.
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OAuth Client Login(Single Sign-On)

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 4:45am

OAuth Client module for Drupal allows you to login into your website with Google, Facebook, Twitter or any other custom OAuth providers. miniOrange OAuth Client module works with any OAuth provider/server that conforms to the OAuth 2.0 standard.

Features Supported by the miniOrange OAuth Client module

  • miniOrange OAuth Client Module works for login with any 3rd party OAuth server or custom OAuth server.

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Migrate Hierarchical Taxonomy

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 3:40am

Migrate Plugin to import hierarchical taxonomy from source.

Require Migrate Plus

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Term Tree Selector

New Drupal Modules - 5 September 2018 - 3:02am

Provides configurable root/leaf selector blocks for term trees with 2 or 3 levels.

Terms will only show in the selector if they are published and have content.


Once enabled, you can place one or more "Term Tree Selector" blocks with the following configuration:

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Acro Media: Live Component Guide with Drupal Paragraphs

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 2:00am
The making of Acro Media’s website content creation framework

It’s common place for brands to create guides so that there is a constant standard to follow when working with the brand’s identity. These are generally called Style Guides. We have one ourselves that we use when designing internal documents and printed layouts. This is great when it comes to branding, but how do you go about maintaining a level of consistency for something larger, such as a website? We recently underwent a fundamental shift in the way we create our website content, and with it, the Live Website Component Guide was born.

The Content Type Crux

For those familiar with Drupal, creating something called a Content Type is a common way to go about setting up a type of content - think your standard web page, blog post, frequently asked questions, rich media slider, etc. That content type can then be used to generate the pages of your website.

This works well enough if your site doesn’t need to change, but our marketing team is constantly looking to adapt to new trends, change content layouts, and A/B test. A website should ideally be dynamic and quick to change, however, changes ended up taking a lot of time because they need to first be designed and then built. The standard Drupal content type is rigid and the layout is fixed, so if you want to change the layout, the change is going to cascade to any page that uses that Content Type. Because of this, we often needed to create a whole new Content Type, template and styling. Something that should be quick ends up taking weeks because our process just wasn’t efficient. And furthermore, the more code we introduced, the more difficult the site was to maintain.

Eureka! Paragraphs

In February of 2017, we had a “eureka” moment while attending the Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Here we learned about a new (to us) content creation module called Paragraphs. I know many people have been using this module for a while now, but it was new to us and we immediately saw the potential. As stated on the Paragraphs module’s Drupal.org project page:

“Paragraphs is the new way of content creation! It allows you — Site Builders — to make things cleaner so that you can give more editing power to your end-users.”

And it DOES do that! Instead of thinking in ‘pages’ we can now think in ‘components’. The graphic below illustrates this. On the left, a representation of a standard Drupal page layout using a Content Type. On the right, the same page broken out into individual Paragraphs components.

Content Type vs Paragraphs

What this module allowed us to do is to remove the rigid structure of the Content Type and instead build out a set of individual, standalone components that can then be inserted into a page wherever we want. If we want to add a new component to a page, we just select the component from a list and place it on the page. To remove one, we just click a remove button. To change the order, all we need to do is drag and drop the component where we want it. If there is a component that we need, but doesn’t yet exist, we can now create just that one component. It makes things fast!

The content creation aspect is incredible dynamic and easy to use. The best part of all is that once the components are built, the only need for a developer is to create new components later on. The actual content creation can easily be done by anyone with a very small bit of training.

From a design point of view, our designers can now piece a layout together knowing exactly what components are available to them. They know that if we’re missing a component, they can come up with something new and it’s not going to take weeks to implement. Plus, we already loosely follow the Atomic Design methodology by Brad Frost, so the whole concept was easy for them to grasp and got them excited. In fact, our Creative Director jumped on this concept and we now include a full set of content creation Paragraphs components in every new project that we build.

An example of how easily we can generate page layouts using component driven design.

Things get very easy from a code maintenance point of view too! We created each of our components to have a standalone template and styling. This means that things stay consistent throughout the site no matter how a page has been setup. If we need to make a visual change to a component, we make it once and the change cascades throughout the site. The code base is small and logical. Anyone new to the project can jump in and get up to speed quickly.

Our Live Website Component Guide

So, if you’ve read this far, I bet you want to see it in action? You’re in luck! I recorded a quick video that shows you how it works using our corporate website’s Live Website Component Guide. You can watch the video below or view the page in all its glory.

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OpenSense Labs: HowTo: Change the PHP version on Apache or Nginx

Planet Drupal - 5 September 2018 - 12:42am
HowTo: Change the PHP version on Apache or Nginx Raman Wed, 09/05/2018 - 13:12

New versions of PHP bring new features and fixes for security issues and bugs. Migrating from one version to another can often lead to incompatibilities. As of writing this article, PHP 7.2 is the latest stable release and PHP 7.3 is expected to be released in December 2018. Drupal.org currently recommends PHP 7.1+ for new projects and encourages the community to plan an upgrade for older versions.

Drupal, as we know, is a CMF written in PHP. It uses various PHP libraries and components including the Symfony framework, the Twig template engine, PHPUnit, Guzzle, etc. Hence, it is always recommended to do a compatibility check with all the components, libraries and core/contributed modules of your Drupal site before upgrading to newer versions of PHP.

Now, the process of changing the PHP version of your Drupal site may vary with your hosting provider and the access level that you have on the server. But for this tutorial, Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS with Apache 2.4.18 and Nginx 1.10.3 was used. Few commands, configuration files, and directory paths may differ with your system and the version of web servers.

Checking the current PHP version

First and foremost, let us see what all versions of PHP are currently installed on our system.

$ update-alternatives --display php

You may also check all the installed PHP packages along with its extensions using:

$ apt list --installed | grep "php*"

By default, the one with the highest priority will be the command line version. That is, if we use the interactive shell or parse a PHP file through the terminal, this version will be used.

$ php -v

However, this selected command line version may/may not be the configured with your web server. To check the PHP version configured with the web server, you may create a phpinfo() page or echo out the PHP_VERSION_ID constant / phpversion() function.

$ cd /var/www/html/drupal8 $ drush php-eval "echo phpversion();


List of PHP configurations provided by phpinfo()

If you do not have the access to your server through SSH, you may also view the current PHP version using the Status Reports of your Drupal site available under /admin/reports/status.

Checking the PHP version using Drupal’s Status Report
Why Update to PHP 7?

Here are some of the reasons why you need to upgrade from PHP 5 to PHP 7:

  1. PHP 7 is twice as fast as PHP 5. The huge upward shift in performance is one of the reasons why an upgrade is important. This means your website loads in lesser time, giving your web users another reason to stay on your website. 
  2. PHP 7 supports simultaneous execution of asynchronous tasks. Tasks such as networks, access to the database, timers and perform events related to I/O operations can be done asynchronously by putting in place a single PHP event-loop. 
  3. It is mobile-first. Of course, you need to offer a better value proposition to your users. And mobile users cant be ignored here. PHP 7 offers exactly what businesses need to do to cater to the needs of mobile device users.

    It offers reduced memory usage, execution engine improvements, and native local threat storage which are specifically suited to mobile devices that have limited browsing features. 
  4. Uses lesser memory. PHP 7 has demonstrated that technology infrastructure can process higher computing requests without consuming proportionately higher memory. 
How to change the PHP version?

Since Apache and Nginx are the most popular web servers in the market, we will have a quick look on how to change the PHP version on them. Also, it is highly recommended to have a backup of your Drupal site before tinkering around with any of the configurations on your server.

Now, in my case, I have PHP 7.0 configured on the web server and Drupal is giving a nice recommendation to upgrade it. But I do not have the latest PHP 7.2 installed on my system, so, I will first download it along with the required PHP extensions.

These include extensions for URL, JSON, Image, Library, Mbstring, Open SSL, and XML. But, just to ensure that all the extensions get installed, let’s install them manually.

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/php $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install php7.2 php7.2-fpm php7.2-xml php7.2-mysql php7.2-gd

You may view the packages using dpkg -l php7.2* to confirm.

I. Command Line Version

To change the command line version of PHP you may use the following command. Again, changing this won’t affect the version used by the web server.

$ sudo update-alternatives --config php

Enter the choice number mentioned besides the desired PHP version


$ sudo update-alternatives -set php /usr/bin/php7.2

II.  Apache

For Apache web server, the a2enmod and a2dismod scripts can be used for enabling and disabling the PHP modules.
Disable all the previously enabled PHP modules

$ sudo a2dismod php5.6 $ sudo a2dismod php7.0 $ sudo a2dismod php7.1

Enable the new PHP version module

$ sudo a2enmod php7.2

Restart the web server    

$ sudo service apache2 restart


PHP version for a specific website can also be set through to the .htaccess file in the following way.

AddHandler application/x-httpd-php72 .php

III. Nginx

For Nginx, we simply need to update the PHP-FPM socket in its configuration file. But before that make sure that the PHP-FPM is installed for your version and is running as a service.

Take a backup of the default configuration file and then open it up in your favourite text editor.

$ cp /etc/nginx/sites-available/default /etc/nginx/sites-available/default.bak $ sudo vim /etc/nginx/sites-available/default

Change the FastCGI backend to use the new PHP-FPM socket, save and exit the file

location ~ \.php$ {         include snippets/fastcgi-php.conf;         fastcgi_pass unix:/run/php/php7.2-fpm.sock; }

Run the configuration test

$ nginx -t

Restart the web server

$ sudo service nginx restart

We have now successfully changed the PHP version of our Drupal site. Now, navigate to Manage → Reports → Status report to ensure that the version has been changed and there are no errors or warning from any Drupal module or PHP library.

Observe that the PHP version has been updated to 7.2.9-1

As expected, it did not produce any errors or warnings on a raw Drupal 8 installation. If you face any issues, make sure you installed all the required PHP extensions for your PHP version, check the log messages and refer the issue queues of the core and contrib modules.

In case of any queries or suggestions, feel free to drop down a comment.

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Feature Policy

New Drupal Modules - 4 September 2018 - 7:57pm

Configure a Feature Policy header for your site.

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New Drupal Modules - 4 September 2018 - 7:54pm

Configure Reporting API endpoints for use by browser features such as Content Security Policy and Feature Policy.

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