Adaptability and swift implementation of feature requests from business owners are important for successful digital ventures. When faced with the challenge of meeting the dynamic demands of the operations team and ever-changing business requirements, relying solely on native implementations can lead to prolonged deployment times and missed opportunities. Learn how we have leveraged no-code, low-code solutions and Drupal to quickly deploy a feature that made a media portal's lead management process efficient.
To submit a Drupal form, suppose a registration form to Hubspot we need the following.
I had a requirement to create webform in multiple environments. Webforms cannot be exported as features. Webform_share module helps to export the webform and then imported the same in my different work environment. The Webform_share module requires webform module. For installation, download and enable the webform_share module.
In one of my project, I have a requirement to show the form elements as a popup window on clicking a menu link. I have created the form using the Drupal webforms. I want to make this webform available as a popup window on click of the corresponding link. Drupal popup module helps to meet this requirement.
In my project I have a requirement to display the error message of webform submissions in a popup window. Webform is a module for creating simple or multi-step forms in Drupal in an easy way. To display the webform in popup is very hard to me. Webform Ajax module helps to meet this requirement. Its is very useful module for single or multi-step forms with pagination's in a popup box.
Styling a Webform is more or less like styling any other ordinary HTML form. Often you would like to change the style of the submit button and replace it with an image via code in your Drupal website. Although this is extremely easy it might cause the button to stop working, forcing it to reload and fail to show the confirmation message. If you are facing this problem while styling your Webform in your Drupal website read on to find the solution.
If you are trying to load a Webform into a template variable to be printed in a block in your Drupal website, the obvious choice would be to use the drupal_get_form(webform_client_form_XXX) function with the machine name of the Webform as the argument. However this will not work as the logic is only partially correct. There are a few more steps prior to doing this. Read onto find out.
If you are planning to build a community website then build it with Drupal. Its core design makes it easy to build a virtual community and most of the functionality required for that is built into it. This can be extended using the following 10 essential modules for building a community website with Drupal. If you want to build your community website in Drupal, contact us Also have a look at the Top 5 most popular modules in Drupal 6