Anyone who owns a website knows the value of Google Analytics - a free tool from Google that gives you a ton of useful information about who is visiting your site, how they are getting to it, what they are doing and much more! As with most of the cases, we can configure this tool to do more than it does out of the box.Lire la suite »
Learn how to migrate translated content from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8. This tutorial is about migrating translations created with the Content Translation module.Lire la suite »
Since the release of Drupal 8 with a standardized way of managing translations, many sites running Drupal 7 are making a switch to Drupal 8. In Drupal 7 there are two ways to translate content:Lire la suite »
I train a lot of new Drupal users. Some find it easy-to-use and some find it a daunting maze of forms full of confusing terminology. Sometimes, it just depends on how the admin UI has been configured.
Here are some tips for configuring Drupal so that content editors using your site will love Drupal!Lire la suite »
Drupal 8 does way more out-of-the-box than previous versions of Drupal. If you're migrating your site from Drupal 6 or Drupal 7, you'll be amazed how many contributed modules you can now do without.
That being said, there are still a set of handy contrib modules you'll probably use for most of your projects. This isn't a complete list, just a starting point for anyone new to Drupal 8 looking for a useful set of modules to try.Lire la suite »
If you have ever worked with sites that deal with events, you've probably been asked to create some type of calendar display. In this article, we'll discuss how to set up a basic events calendar using the Calendar (8.x-1.x-dev) for Drupal 8.
Updated Feb 22, 2018: Added alternate solution without using views template. This solution is helpful if you're trying to create a block or trying to use an existing view.Lire la suite »
Our team realized that the most needed contribution to Drupal is also the most simple: thanking someone who has helped you. So we're handing out 1000 flowers at DrupalCon Baltimore.Lire la suite »