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Here is where we seek to bring awareness to Drupal modules running on less than 1% of reporting sites. Today we'll investigate W3C Validator, a module which helps in maintaining a properly coded site.
It’s impossible to create a system which is absolutely safe but Drupal developers try. Thanks to the big community of developers there is a lot of documentation and useful examples of the proper configuration of Drupal website security and keeping this configuration up-to-date.
This article focuses on discussing common server settings, the configuration of a web server, PHP, and a database, and, of course, Drupal. It provides clues which should help the server and website administrators to audit the security of the entire system.
This module came in as an idea while trying to display a column containing only the discount components of a price in the commerce cart view page. I first tried using the Commerce Extra Price Formatters which had a very good logic in it but the implemented formatters didn't do exactly what I needed. This module, instead of predefining a set of formatters, defines only one formatter which tries to fit all needs.
Stores webform values in a cookie, so the values can be filled in again if the form is displayed a second time.
No configuration is currently available, once the module is enabled it will work automatically.
Works quite well with the Webform File Gateway module.
The Field Prototype module allows users to easily clone a field, creating a second field with a different machine name that inherits all the settings of the first. This can be useful in creating a uniform look and feel for a site.
Consumer Image Styles integrates with JSON API to provide image styles to your images in your decoupled project. Use this module if you need image styles when working with decoupled Drupal using the JSON API module.When should I use this module
The entity mapper service defines a pattern in which content entities can be mapped into associative arrays in a hierarchical manner.
Consumers is a module that does not do much on its own. Instead it's used by other modules to provide functionality for decoupled scenarios. Use this module as a dependency in your custom module to provide per-consumer variations of a feature. Or write a general purpose contrib module like Simple OAuth or Consumer Image Styles.
Some websites might contain elements that are considered content by the Drupal CMS while they might not only be used as content. For example custom blocks might be used for a footer that is shared between all environments. Structure sync tries to give you a tool to get around this issue by allowing you to synchronize taxonomy terms, menu links and custom blocks through the configuration. The module will prevent you from having to create content multiple times and also decrease the risk of some elements being out of sync between environments, the main menu for example.
Download the module and extract it to the modules directory.
Go to Entity Managed Display section & select the 'Slim Scroll' Formatter for textarea field & configure as you want.
Aegir with Docker would be one of the brilliant option for Better Drupal Development and Faster Deployments.
Docker, which solves the overhead of virtualization layer. And Aegir, which gives the best possible Drupal Multisite hosting.
- Prefer || or && Over or or and in Logical Operators - this issue needs more support in order to be ratified.
- Explicitly disallow yoda conditions
With "A Simple Timeline" contribution module in conjunction with the Drupal core module "Views" you can present a nicely looking and well organized vertical timeline of Drupal entities. It could be, for example, teasers. This is exactly what you will learn in this post.
For the purpose of this tutorial, I will use a sequence of the Summer Olympic Games of this century. Let's get started!
Several people asked me if I have ready to use paragraph configurations, with styling and so on. It became apparent to me that a lot of small projects would like to have some components ready for them, so I went on and started this project.
At the moment, the project provides 3 modules:
Drupal core announcements: 8.4.0 release candidate phase begins week of September 4; no Drupal 8.3.x or 7.x patch release planned
The release candidate phase for the 8.4.0 minor release begins the week of September 4. Starting that week, the 8.4.x branch will be subject to patch release restrictions. Closer to the 8.4.0 release on October 4, we will limit the changes to critical bugfixes and other high-priority changes. You can help by ensuring that the issue priority is set correctly for major-priority issues, and that the branch field is set to 8.5.x (for disruptive changes) or 8.4.x (for patch-release-safe bugfixes) as appropriate.
8.4.0 provides stable, production-ready releases for several modules that were previously experimental, including Workflows, Datetime Range, Layout Discovery, Media, and Inline Form Errors. The release also includes several critical bug fixes and many other improvements for REST, content moderation, authoring experience, performance, and automated testing. You can read a detailed list of improvements in the announcement of alpha1.
Minor versions may include changes to user interfaces, translatable strings, themes, internal APIs like render arrays and controllers, etc. (See the Drupal 8 backwards compatibility and internal API policy for details.) Developers and site owners should test the release candidate to prepare for these changes.
8.5.x will remain open for new development during the 8.4.x release candidate phase.
Drupal 8.4.0 will be released on October 4th, 2017.
September 6 is also a monthly core patch (bug fix) release window for Drupal 8 and 7, but no patch release is planned. This is also the final bug fix release window for 8.3.x (meaning 8.3.x will not receive further development or support aside from its final security release window on September 20). Drupal 8 sites should plan to update to Drupal 8.4.0 on October 4.