FortyTwo

Building a theme with FortyTwo

The FortyTwo theme is designed to be extended by a sub-theme. You shouldn't modify the any of the CSS or PHP files in the fortytwo/ folder; instead create a sub-theme which is located out side of the root fortytwo/ folder.

We tried to make the base theme as clean and simple as possible. It has some styling for basic input fields and buttons.

Drupal to Drupal Deployment

The main use case that people think of when using the Deploy module is Drupal to Drupal deployment. This is when you have one Drupal site and you're deploying content to another Drupal site.

These two Drupal sites could be two different sites that just share the same content, or they could be essentially the same site but separate staging and production environments.

How to make Union with different views or displays

Suppose you need to build a view that get fields of entity which have complex relationships with other entities and won't be happened in one view, But you could get the results for each relationship with an entity in one separate view, then it comes to your mind the idea if you could make a union between that two views(may be two displays) instead of writing a complex sql query that will be very hard to maintain in the future and if fields or relationships got altered!

Entity Pilot - content staging for Drupal 8

Installation

  • Download and extract the module
  • Add the php-encryption library using composer or Composer manager.
    • For composer - from your Drupal installation directory run composer require "defuse/php-encryption:~1.2.
    • For Composer manager, refer to its documentation

Getting started

Automated Cron

Drupal 8 provides an Automated Cron module.

We can find this core module at: core/modules/automated_cron.

Compared to Drupal 7

Drupal 7 already had an "automated cron system", but Drupal 8 moved it into a separate module to allow sites that don't use it at all not have any overhead from it.

See also

Setting up Leaflet GeoJSON 7.x-2.x with Panels (Drupal 7)

Outlined below is the process of enabling a Leaflet GeoJSON map via Panels. Note that this has been verified for the versions listed below, and successfully creates maps with 1 OR MORE Leaflet GeoJSON layers added to them.

Requirements

(versions listed below are used in this example, not necessarily the minimum req):

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