Drupal is one of the most secure Web Content Management systems available today and the credit for this goes to the simple fact that there is a dedicated security team that constantly checks the codebase for any vulnerabilities and provides fixes for any vulnerabilities identified. As per the Drupal Security team, security release "windows" are every Wednesday for Drupal contributed projects, and one Wednesday a month (usually the third Wednesday) for Drupal core.
What are Pseudo-Fields? Pseudo field is a field that you can add to any content entity type. For example, you can add a pseudo-field to nodes, taxonomy terms, users, paragraphs, etc. You can hide this field in the UI, but you cannot change it's value, because the content of this field is generated via the code.
Slick view Slick view is a module which provides new display style to views called Slick Carousel. For this, ‘Views UI’ module is not required. If we need to customize slick slider then we can use Views UI. Installation Slick views: Composer requires drupal/slick_views This will install
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lick carousel has many features. Responsiveness is the main feature, that is the ability to scale according to its container. It provides advanced settings for breakpoints. The slick slider can be scrolled using the auto scroll, mouse wheel scroll, swipe, desktop mouse dragging etc. It provides settings for customizing arrow keys and its navigation also provides settings for dots under the slider for slide selecting. Slick has different skins like Full width, Full-screen Split, Grid and multiple-row carousel.
To load node details using its id in Drupal 8 uses the following syntax: $node_details = Node::load($nid); $node_details->field_FIELD_NAME->value; We can load multiple nodes in Drupal 8 using load multiple() function. Note that the parameter should be an array of ids.
I had a requirement to add a multi-level responsive drop down menu in a Zyxware theme. Please do refer the below reference links to know more about responsive themes and free Drupal themes. So for that I had to edit page.tpl.php, page--front.tpl.php, style.css, template.php etc. First I added the following code to template.php of my theme. The steps that I followed here are,
In Drupal 8, the usage of database operations such as select, update and delete are slightly changed from Drupal 7. The db_query() is deprecated in Drupal 8. To fetch a field we can use : $query = \Drupal::database()->query('SELECT myfield from my_table where field1 = :value1 AND field2 = :value2', array( ':value1' => $condition1, ':value2' => $condition2, ) ); $data = $query->fetchField(); Now we can checkout the select, update, and delete operations in Drupal 8. For a field selection use,
In Drupal, usually the date field value is saved in the database in UTC timezone format. One of our requirements for a project was to show the date in the site's timezone format. So we generated a general function to convert date in UTC timezone to any required timezone and format it. Just use the below function to convert date in UTC timzone to a given timezone and the format date using a valid timestamp,