Multi-byte UTF-8 support in Drupal 7

Drupal 7.50 introduces multi-byte UTF-8 support for MySQL and other database drivers, allowing for emojis, Asian symbols, mathematical symbols, etc.

For MySQL

In order to be able to use this, the following requirements must be met:

Create custom fields using custom Processors in Drupal 8

NOTE: This example is no longer valid due to #2575003: Make adding new properties/fields more a first-class operation of processors.
If someone finds the new way of doing it, please update this example with the proper code.

Summary

This is a Drupal 8 example.

Create a Zen 7.x-6.x sub-theme

The base Zen theme is designed to be easily extended by its sub-themes. You shouldn't modify any of the CSS or PHP files in the zen/ folder; but instead you should create a sub-theme of zen which is located in a folder outside of the root zen/ folder. The examples below assume zen and your sub-theme will be installed in sites/all/themes/, but any valid theme directory is acceptable (read the sites/example.sites.php for more info.)

HOWTO: Verify a site on Pinterest (D7, D8)

Step 1

Get a verification key from Pinterest. Copy it to the window of an open text editor. It should look something like this:

<meta name="p:domain_verify" content="SOMESTRINGGOESHERE" />

The important part is the value of the "content" attribute, so remove the rest of the string so it looks like the ofllowing:

SOMESTRINGGOESHERE

Step 2

Make sure the Metatag: Verification module is enabled, it comes with the main Metatag module.

Forward module - Drupal 8 documentation

The Forward module allows users to forward a page on your site to a friend. You can configure the module to place a forward link or inline form, on any entity on your site. You can control which view modes the links or inline forms appear on. The module include integrations with Views, Display Suite and other popular modules.

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