The Drupal panels helps the admin users / site owners to create a customized theme layout for multiple users in the site. This will help you to integrate with modules and can created the functionalities with the modules that use the panel features and permissions.
Panels in drupal is a very usefull feature for displaying the contents in a well organized manner. The site administrator will have full control over the panels.Creating panels via User interface is not a complex task. But there may arise situation when you need to create this via code. This article explains how to achieve this via code.
A few Drupal users had reported that the Panels of Organic Groups disappeared after upgrading to Organic Groups 7.x-2. If you are facing the same situation in your Drupal website with Drupal Organic Groups then read on to find out the solution.
A Drupal user wanted to know how to access '/node/%nid/webform/components' in panels. If you are facing the same question in your Drupal site with regard to the Webform module then read on to find out the possible solutions.
Many Drupal 6 users have reported that they could no longer control styles after upgrading the Panels module in their Drupal installation. If you are facing the same issue in your Drupal site then read on to find out the solution.
A few Drupal users had realized that after a Panels update the block visibility rules they had specified previously for the blocks that were to be displayed in Panels were no longer working. If you are facing the same issue in your Drupal site then read on to find out the solution
A few Drupal users have been searching for a way to allow only specific content types when adding a new pane. If you are searching for a method to do that in your Drupal site then read on to get a head start.
Many Drupal users have requested for a method to change the more link in a Views block to point to a panel page with a content pane instead of a View page. Currently Views and Panels do not support this. If you are looking for a similar functionality in your Drupal site then read on to get a head start.
Many Drupal users had encountered the following error in a modal window when using Panels after clicking on the settings cog to add content to a panel layout. "An AJAX HTTP error occurred. HTTP Result Code: 200 Debugging information follows." If you are facing the same perplexing error message in your Drupal then read on to find out the fix.
A handful of Drupal users had reported that clicking on the Show Layout Designer redirects them back to the previous page. A few users reported the presence of the following error in their Drupal log " Table 'a4l.panels_layout' doesn't exist query: SELECT * FROM panels_layout t__0 in /var/www/vhosts/afl.pghtechministries.org/httpdocs/sites/all/modules/ctools/includes/export.inc on line 379." after they had upgraded the Panels and Ctools modules after seeing the issue. If you are facing the same error in your Drupal site when using Panels then read on to know the fix.