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The best part of my job is teaching Drupal. As a Drupal trainer, I get to meet a lot of Drupalers with really different backgrounds. Some are brand-new to Drupal, some have lots of experience. Listening to them tell of their Drupal journeys, both the highlights and the low points, has given me insights into the different ways people encounter Drupal and some of the most common reasons why they love it, use it and get involved in the community (or not).
Evolving Web is proud to announce that it's giving out a scholarship for our 5 Day Drupal 8 Training in Toronto in October. Everyone is welcome to apply.
When you're building a site, it's standard to set up "pretty URLs". For example, we'd rather see /catalog/accessories than /taxonomy/term/18 and we'd rather see /about-us than /node/19. With Drupal, we use the Pathauto module to configure these types of standard content paths. But in some cases, there's no option to create a nice URL pattern, so we end up seeing those URLs.
My name is Ami Koga. A couple weeks ago, I started my summer internship at Evolving Web. I had no idea about Drupal before starting at Evolving Web. I did a bit of research on it beforehand; and the internet gave me some basic information.
A tutorial on resizing existing fields without losing data in Drupal 8 with the help of