Activity Tracker (tracker): Drupal core module [D8] - Enables tracking of recent content for users

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The Tracker core module displays a site's most recently added or updated content. The Tracker module also provides user level tracking, which allows you to follow the contributions of specific authors.

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.


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NOTE: This example is no longer valid due to #2575003: Make adding new properties/fields more a first-class operation of processors.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.


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:


Step 2

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


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