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I have some D7 sites built and I have made some POCs on D8 (fortunately I know Twig quite well as I have used it on other "pure" PHP apps) but can't say I am a guru in either of them.
I have to implement a block-based layout for my client (in-house) in Drupal 8. By block-based I mean a layout where there are three different block-sizes that may be stacked lines over each other like in Windows phone (wide: 2 x 1, or two side by side (1x1 + 1x1) Each 1x1 may also be built from 4 0.5 x 0.5 blocks.
I'm admittedly a complete newbie to Drupal - I only started using it last month and I've been slowly learning theme development bit-by-bit for my job. One issue I have had with the current site I'm working on is that the administration toolbar doesn't seem to want to be styled correctly, unlike another site I themed and finished earlier.
i wan't to translate a page, where the content is written in a template-file: page--node--id.html.twig.
I'll need to create pages with own ID's to do that?
Or is it possible to copy templates like "page--node--language--id.html.twig"?
If i write one page per language it applies links in all language menues.
Does anyone know where in the configuration menu I go, in order to edit the parallax background?
I see that there are modules for the parallax, but I didn't think I'd need to implement one (because the theme I'm using already has a default parallax background).