I have two content types: Art and Artist. The first content type, Art, has an entity reference field to the second content type, Artist. I have a view named “Art” which shows all Art content with an exposed “Artist” filter that lets a user pare down their results. For example, a user might use the “Artist” filter to only show art by Cleon Peterson.
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During a recent Drupal 8 project we needed to collect structured address information outside the context of an entity. Specifically, adding a section for address and phone number to the Basic Site Settings configuration page. As it turns out, the same functionality you get on entities is now also available to the Form API.
Justin’s recent post about the product approach and Drupal's new release cycle got me thinking about what upgrading to Drupal 9 will really look like from a more technical standpoint.
Drupal’s vastly improved upgrade path is a huge win for the platform and a major reason organizations should consider migrating to Drupal 8 sooner rather than later.
Drupal 8 form and view modes seem very promising on the surface, but they're not always usable out-of-the-box. Moreover, they can be the less secure option when you're trying to protect your data or hide sensitive information. This blog post will cover how to hide and secure your information at the field level using
Sometimes you need to pull in content or data on an ongoing basis from a third-party product or website. Maybe you want to pull in a list of books from Amazon, or show some products from your Shopify store. You may need all the flexibility of nodes in Drupal, but you don’t want to copy content manually, and you don’t want to be forced to move away from those other systems that are already serving your needs.
Here’s a recipe for synchronizing content from outside websites or products – in our case, Eventbrite – using the Migrate module.
A recent project involved a large number of nodes, each with a menu item. The menu was hierarchical with three levels. Each node page needed a link to the previous and next item.
I recently migrated content from a Drupal 7 site to a new Drupal 8 install using core’s Migrate, Migrate Drupal and Migrate Drupal UI modules. A few months after the initial migration, I decided to enable core Content Moderation for use with one of my migrated content types. No beuno.
Just saving any content for which I had enabled Content Moderation resulted in this tasteless error: