Drupal 8 Migration: Migrating Files / Images (Part 3)

A tutorial on migrating files / images to a Drupal 8 site and associating them to other entities.

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SiteDiff - Compare Multiple Versions of a Website

Introduction and quick guide to using sitediff - a handy site version comparison tool which helps you detect changes between various versions of a website.

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Drupal 8 Migration: Migrating Taxonomy Term References (Part 2)

A tutorial on migrating taxonomy terms to a Drupal 8 site using the migrate module and related modules.

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Drupal 8 Migration: Migrating Basic Data (Part 1)

A tutorial on migrating basic data to a Drupal 8 site using the migrate module and related modules.

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Burrito Maker: How to Create Custom Fields in Drupal 8

A detailed tutorial on creating custom fields in Drupal 8 using the field API.

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Creating Landing Pages with Drupal 8 and Paragraphs

As Drupal themers and site builders, we often have to look for creative solutions to build landing pages. Landing pages are special pages often used for marketing campaigns, to attract particular audiences, or to aggregate content about a certain topics.

We want lading pages to be attractive and entice users to click, but we often also need them to be flexible so we can communicate different things. We want landing pages to look great the day we launch a website, but also to be flexible so that a site admin can change the content or add a new page and it still looks great.

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Upgrading to Entity Translation in Drupal 7

If you have a Drupal 7 multilingual website, you've probably heard about the Entity Translation module, a module that allows you to translate fields in Drupal, instead of translating nodes. This means that instead of creating a node, taxonomy term, and user for each language on your site, you can create a single entity and translate the fields on it. The Entity Translation module includes a submodule that helps you upgrade to this new translation method.

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