Drupal 10 – What You Need To Know

The release of Drupal 10 has been highly anticipated by the Drupal community, and it was finally launched in December 2022. This latest version of the content management system brings several new features and functional improvements that will make content creation and management easier while also improving SEO, and driving conversions. In this blog, we’ll highlight the key benefits of Drupal 10 for marketers and website managers.

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The trinary states of Drupal access control: allowed, forbidden, neutral.

Published on Tuesday 31, January 2023 One of my favorite features of Drupal is the user access control experience. Drupal has a robust permission and role (access control list) API that allows for fine-tuned control of what users can and cannot do. Drupal developers end up interacting with Drupal’s access system in one way or another. Every project has some request to enhance or alter how normal access works. When this happens,

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Libsyn Podcast : Talking Drupal #384

Today we are talking about The Drop Times with Anoop John. For show notes visit:www.talkingDrupal.com/384 Topics Tell us about the Drop Times Tell us a bit about yourself Getting involved with Drupal People behind Drop Times Mission of the Drop Times Content source Current audience Attribution issues How has the beginning been Funding Roadmap Non-profit Contribution of content How can we help Resources DrupalCon Global 2020: Mind-blowing content planning in

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Drupal 10: Programatically Injecting Context Into Blocks

Context definitions in Drupal are really useful when you want to inject context into your plugins and I have been using them for a little while now. It has made building custom blocks to add content to pages much easier as I don’t need to copy the same block of code to find an entity of a particular sort into the block plugin. One problem I encountered when using this

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Maximize Productivity and Success as a Drupal Contractor: 6 Expert Tips

4. Negotiate fair and reasonable rates As an independent IT contractor it’s important to negotiate fair and reasonable rates for your services. This can be a challenging process, especially for when you are new to freelancing or if you are not so confident in your negotiation skills. However, there are a few key steps that you can take to ensure that you are negotiating rates that reflect the value of

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Best Lawn Care Website on the Internet (built with Drupal)

Taking on 100% of the build-out of a modern Drupal site is something that I don’t get to do very often. At my regular job, tasks such as backend, site-building, sys admin, SEO, and front-end are split up among specialized developers. Though it’s a large amount of work, I get to flex some underused muscles when I create the whole site myself. Last week, I launched the new version of

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Top Reasons You Should Migrate from Drupal 7 to Drupal 10

Drupal 10 released in December 2022 and ever since, the community has been pushing its users to migrate to the latest version.  As many as 54% of all Drupal sites are running on Drupal 7.  Using an outdated version has downsides. Businesses miss out on technological advancements and new features that can speed up and safeguard their digital properties. With the release of Drupal 10 and the fact that Drupal

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Multisite Local environment setup with DDEV and Drupal

In this article we are going to see how we can set up a multisite environment with ddev on the local machine. Assuming people are aware of configuring the drupal multiple site from the drupal side of configurations. As we all know ddev is an open source tool for running local PHP development environments in minutes, which makes developer life easier during the local environment setup process, here’s the recipe

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Custom Order Number Patterns in Drupal Commerce

Drupal Commerce differentiates between the serial numeric ID assigned to an order by the database on save and the order number used to formally identify a placed order. Orders typically start as “drafts” (as in the case of shopping carts) and are assigned an order number when placed (as when a customer completes checkout). In Commerce 1.x, the order number defaulted to the order ID. This created confusing order number

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Libsyn Podcast : Talking Drupal #383

Today we are talking about Programming the Physical World with Stephen Cross. For show notes visit:www.talkingDrupal.com/383 Topics What is meant by Programming in the Physical World How do people interact How are we focusing today’s topic What is a Microcontroller What would you not use a microcontroller for How do they get programmed and what language How do you contain the device Do you need to solder How does this

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