I've been working on my site on drupal 8.2.6
but I find out that my website's mailing system isn't working in the forget password, contact form recipient, etc
Is it a problem that my mail MX record isn't my website's
My MX record is pointing to mx.yandex.net
if it's a problem how do I fix it
I started work at a company who has several large Drupal sites 6 months ago. I told them straight up I didn't have any experience in Drupal, but none-the-less I'm now creating modules and doing a lot of theming.
I've done a couple of courses online and have successfully set up Drupal sites at home and created themes and simple modules, but the complexity at work is way beyond any tutorials or courses I can find online. 6 months in and I'm still pretty stuck on every task I get (the stress factor is huge).
we plan a social network with multiple functions:
social network for private persons (functions like fb) - free
social network for companies: they should have the possibility to create just pages - membership
Functions which don't have anything to do with the network, but companies should have access to it from the site:
car sharing function
I wish to create an online community web site. Users will be able to self-register. Users can create a group. Users can join groups created by other users (upon join request being accepted by group creator). Would drupal be suitable or am I better off using frameworks? If Drupal is OK will I be better off using Open Social or just starting with the standard package and customizing it?
Our company is currently working with a design firm to help us create first site in a multi-site Drupal installation. The question of what modules to include in the initial codebase started popping up in the discussion. At this point, we seems to be spending a lot of time trying guess what modules we will need in the future. Needless to say, trying to predict future is a futile endeavor. With that said, the design firm seems to insist on spending time on this endeavor.