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If you don't have access to the file system on the server for a Drupal site, when a security issue like Drupalgeddon2 comes along, you are entitled to panic! Many sites are run by a combination of teams, so sometimes you really don't have control over the server... but that might even mean there is another way to apply fixes. If you've been tasked with updating such a site (I was!), it's worth checking if the server has been misconfigured in such a way to actually allow you to patch Drupal, via Drupal!Read more
Drupalgeddon2 happened! We got all but two of our projects updated within an hour, with those remaining trickier two fully patched another hour later. The key was planning the right process using the right tools. We actually use these tools for regular deployments every day, but speed was essential for this security update.Read more
Provides a block type which renders views display exposed filters separately from the view.
It's like Views Block Exposed Filter Blocks module but works for all types of view display plugins (for example for eva view displays which was what I needed) and solves the problem "the other way around".
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* Using the module
Core module taxonomy does not provide relative url token for taxonomy term, this module adds it.
If you want node's url to display the nesting of related terms, this will needed when building breadcrumbs with
module easy_breadcrumbs simply install extra_tokens and configure pathauto
In part one of this post, I went over how Drupal Security Advisories, SSL/TLS certificates, and thorough user account security help lay the foundation for keeping your Drupal site secure. In part two, we’ll take a look at user roles and permissions, input filters and text formats, and third party libraries.User Roles and Permissions
To keep your site secure, always make sure that your user roles and permissions are configured properly. Depending on the modules installed and third party integrations, there could be additional permissions and/or roles to configure to ensure the site is still secure after installing a particular module. It’s important to read the full module README and/or module documentation to verify that all configuration options and permissions have been set up securely. In many cases, modules with very important security related permissions will either set them to a sane default configuration, or put up a notice on the modules page within the admin UI. Some will do both. Some will do neither, so that’s why you need to be aware.
For each module you enable, there can be optional or required permissions that need to be configured. This is one of the easiest things to overlook as a Drupal beginner, so keep an eye on which modules you’re enabling, and if you have permissions set for all your roles before launching the site.Read more
Field Based Search Module provides a configuration form through which a user can select fields that will be indexed for search.
The ADCI Solutions team is ready to set off to DrupalCon Nashville. Meet us there! This time we bring up the topics of leadership and marketing of Drupal. We'd love to see you at the session and BoF! Let’s gather and chat!
Recently I read Why is Drupal now the second most-hated platform behind SharePoint? followed by the predictable Reddit discussion trashing Drupal. Every time I read someone's negative, yet reasonable, criticism of Drupal, I can't help but rephrase Winston Churchill's famous quote about democracy in the context of Drupal and Open Source.
Churchill's defense of democracy came at a time when the notion of democracy was under a direct threat. Drupal and Open Source are not imperil in the same way, but the lesson Drupal and Open Source can learn from history is that it is essential to recognize, respond, and adapt to potential threats. Ignoring problems is the worst thing anyone can do.
Introspection and discussion is a significant part of our process to improve and affect change within Drupal. I am looking forward to Owen Lansbury's DrupalCon Nashville presentation called Have We Reached Peak Drupal?. I have seen a preview of his presentation and it puts Drupal’s current state into perspective while also looking at its future. If you want to learn more about the discussion around "peak drupal" you should also check out Dave Hall's blog post, "Drupal, We Need To Talk."
While building and maintaining the Webform module for Drupal 8, I have thought a lot about the future of Drupal and the Webform module.
How do we increase Drupal's adoption?
I no longer feel adoption is a Drupal 8 specific issue but rather it’s a...Read More
Niantic has reportedly settled a class action lawsuit over last year's botched Pokemon Go Fest event with a payout of just over $1.5 million. ...