Config Actions provides a pluggable framework for easily manipulating configuration data via simple YAML files with the goal of creating truly reusable software components in Drupal.
Example use cases include:
The Menu Entity Index module builds and maintains an index of Menu Link Content entities and their referenced entities. It also provides some basic Views integration for Menu Link Content entities.
This module adds a new input filter that automatically converts URLs for various video sharing websites into embedded players into the text. It works much the same as the Convert URLs into links text filter, however instead of converting URLs to links, it instead converts the URLs into embedded videos.Supported Services
Currently this module supports the following services:
If you have another service you would like added, please open a feature request in the support queue.
Addon module to the Entity Legal module.
This module stores the entity_legal document "published version" info
in Drupal state, rather than in the config entity itself.
This is useful when trying to avoid this setting being reverted inadvertently,
e.g. by an (automated) deployment changing the reference to the
EntityLegalDocumentVersion content entity.
It is also useful in cases where you have different version entities on
The module adds 2 new Views Bulk Operations actions: Export to csv and export to Excel.
For export to excel functionality, the PHPExcel library (https://github.com/PHPOffice/PHPExcel) needs to be placed in the site libraries folder.
Allows Drupal Commerce orders to be paid using PayUmoney payment methods.
1: Please Add "PayUmoney Redirect" Payment gateway under "admin/commerce/config/payment-gateways/add"
2: Add the required credentials .
3: Please select Available Profile to get required information for API. (Default is "customer")
4: Select profile must have added "Address" entity.
5: Please Add New phone field in Select Profile with name "field_phone"
(Because alliterations are always appropriate.)
As we hinted at previously when rolling out Apache Solr 6.3, we’re rolling out new functionality for many of our containers to support multiple databases on a single service. We’re happy to report that next up is the big one: MySQL now supports multiple databases, and restricted users.
We had a client reach out about an error page they got on their site:ScalingscalabilityPerformanceDrupal 8Drupal Planet
In my case there were a couple of reasons why this was difficult:
- I didn't know about the hidden directory (.) block in Apache.
- In my case some domains run the whole site over HTTPS, so I needed to make the new rules co-exist with the old HTTPS redirection rules.
- I have a mixture of hostings. For some sites I control apache, so I could use Virtual Host configurations. But for others (like the ones running on Acquia) I need to create .htaccess rules.
The solution was much simpler than I anticipated, but quite difficult to debug. Finally I made it work for both environments.
I could have used the DNS ownership verification method, but in my case that means I would need to involve the people owning the domain. In my experience that takes longer and it can become really involved when owner doesn't know anything about DNS.
TypeError: undefined is not an object (evaluating 'entityElement
Eventually, they may realize that disabling the Contextual links module fixes the issue, so they do so and move along. Unfortunately, this means that content admins (who tend to love things like contextual links—at least when they work) and up not being able to hover over content to edit it.
There are two ways you can make things better without entirely disabling these handy modules:
I am happy and sad to share the news today that I am leaving the Drupal Association for an exciting new adventure.
I've been volunteering for Drupal.org for a while before I joined the Association as a staff member in April 2012. Before that I never actually thought you can be paid to do something you volunteer your free time for because you enjoy doing it so much.
It was also my first remote job. Back then it was not as common. I clearly remember first talking to Angie, and my initial response was "You are crazy. I am literally on the other side of the world." Which she didn't find to be of any consequence.
It's been a wonderful (almost) 5 years. I've learned a lot, and grew. I've traveled a lot and met lots of fantastic people. I watched the Association grow. Our engineering team grew as well from 2 to 11, which was exciting but also challenging to be a part of. We've done some great things on Drupal.org. Of course, there are so many many more I wish we'd done. :)
The time has come however to move on to the new challenges.
Thanks to all the volunteers who worked with me during all these years. You were so helpful and generous with your time.
Thanks to the staff members for being wonderful human beings, for your support, and laughs, for becoming a family.
I am incredibly sad to leave our staff, and especially the Engineering team. They are a smaller team now, and I know just how hard it will be to maneuver all the requests coming from all the different parts of the community with the limited resources they now have. So please be nice to them.
As for the next steps, I am looking forward to joining the DA alumni club, which includes some of my closest friends. And I will be around. You will probably see me at the next DrupalCon. Come say hi. And no, I will not fix your webmasters' queue issue.
Photo from Flickr.
Project management (PM) is an art. Creativity is essential to success for the team and especially for the leader who must communicate, listen, enable, motivate, and lead the team to meet the needs of the internal and external stakeholders. A project manager lacking creativity is like a soft, lightly stuffed animal – he or she will just flop around, jumping from one idea to the next without any purpose.
Cheeky Monkey Media: Building an Online Community From Start to Finish: Insights from the National Hemophilia Foundation
Two weeks ago, I had the chance to sit down with the National Hemophilia Association (NHF)’s marketing and education team:
- Jay Patel, Director of Online Marketing and Data Systems
- Beth Marshall, Director of Communications
- Kate Nammacher, Director of Education
- Corinne Koenig, Manager of Education and Training
During our half-an-hour chat about their redesigned online community website Victory for Women, we covered:
Provides a serializer services that supports native XSL generation using the SpreadSheetLight library.
Are you a Drupal 7 user who wants to migrate to Drupal 8.
You're not alone. "Can I rebuild my site in Drupal 8?" is a very common question in the Drupal community.
This tutorial will show you how to use the Upgrade Status module to see if you can rebuild your site in Drupal 8.
An OSTraining member asked how to make a gallery with Colorbox in Drupal 8.
For this tutorial, you will need the following modules, bootstrap subtheme and some understand of theming with CSS.
I would always recommend you use Drush, Console or Composer to download your modules.
Elvis Media integrates Woodwing Elvis DAM (Digital Access Management) system with Entity Browser by providing an Entity Browser widget. It also integrates with Core Entity and Thunder installation profile.