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Create your own bespoke Views Style Plugins for Drupal 8 by Jibran Ijaz
 
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Jibrans Ijaz' presentation at DrupalSouth 2015 in Melbourne
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Block Style Plugins - Drupal 8 module tutorial
 
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UPDATE: form fields can now be entirely added via the yaml file so that a themer never needs to create a PHP file. UPDATE: defaultStyles() and formElements() have been deprecated. You should use defaultConfiguration() and buildConfigurationForm() instead. https://www.drupal.org/docs/8/modules/block-style-plugins/advanced-usage The Block Style Plugins module allows developers and themers to create form elements for applying block-specific styles. This allows day-to-day editors the opportunity to change a block's appearance without needing to know CSS. https://www.drupal.org/project/block_style_plugins 0:30 - Example plugins in /tests directory 1:56 - Defining plugins in a Theme 5:08 - Restricting styles to specific blocks with "include" 6:13 - Using Drupal's Form API to add conditional style options 8:14 - How to discover a block's Base Plugin ID 9:10 - Including only a specific custom Block Content type 9:44 - Excluding styles from specific blocks with "exclude"
Views: 699 Mark Miller
Drupal 8 Owl carousel Views style
 
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Drupal 8 module: Owl carousel views style. Download the module: https://github.com/tabvn/owl Field formatter settings check this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzBMJqkNHQ0 Drupal 8 Page Builder: http://codecanyon.net/item/drupal-drag-drop-builder/12014058?ref=tabvn Subscribe us at Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TabvnGroup/
Views: 5772 Tabvn
DrupalCon Dublin 2016: The views field plugin in Drupal 8
 
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Views module is an integral part of the Drupal ecosystem. Almost every site built in Drupal uses Views. Views module was the first initiative to reach feature completion in Drupal 8. Like all other core systems the Views module has embraced PSR-4, the Plugins System, Annotations and ConfigEntities. The display of the proper information in the proper format is an integral part of creating a view. Views module uses views field plugins for this. These views fields can be added using ViewsUI. In Drupal 7, views fields come with their own set of configurable options to customize the output of a field. Being out of step with core formatter APIs lead to styling nightmares, performance issues and cache problems on sites of even modest complexity. Issues with views in Drupal 7 Styling nightmares: Views uses it's own markup templates to display views field plugins for many fields. Field formatters only work for the field plugins provided by field api. Performance issues: More field plugins mean more complex views queries. Cache Problem: Views module comes with its own caching system. Query caching and output caching are built in, but there is no built in support to cache views field plugins. In addition Views module doesn't leverage entity or render caching. Drupal 8 The API changes under the hood in Drupal 8 for views field plugins fixes all of these pain points. In this session we'll discuss: What are views field plugins? How views field plugins work? Which views field plugins come with core? When to create a new views field plugin? How to create a views field plugin? How to use field formatters for base fields(entity properties) and field properties? How to leverage entity caching in views field plugins? How to leverage views row caching? How to integrate render caching in views field plugins? How to make sure the new views field plugin is not introducing performance regressions? How to make sure the new views field plugin is not introducing caching problems? We'll also take a look into some contrib views field plugins. About the speaker @jibran Has been working with Drupal for more than 4 years. Has more than 200 commit mentions in Drupal 8. Has reviewed a lot Drupal 8 patches. Has worked on a lot Views patches in Drupal 8. Is the maintainer of Views field view, Views fieldset style plugin, Views details style plugin, Views vertical tabs style plugin and Views collapsible group.
Views: 784 Drupal Association
Drupal 8 Plugin System
 
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Drupal 8 introduces a new, yet familiar sub-system for extending and managing Drupal's default behavior: it's The Plugin System. If you've ever developed for Views or CTools than these concepts will probably already be familiar to you. The plugin architecture provides you with a common interface that allows you to easily extend and swap out functionality without having to re-implement boiler-plate code, all while keep all your logic in one place instead of scattered around info hooks and procedural callbacks. Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/helior/drupal-8-plugin-system Source Code: https://github.com/helior/pilot
Views: 6443 Helior Colorado
Drupal 8 Block Plugin API
 
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This blog post takes a look at how a module developer might create custom blocks in Drupal 8. This is my first attempt at working through all of this so if you've got thoughts on better ways to do this please leave a comment. Why Blocks? The concept of blocks has been around in Drupal since the earliest versions. Chunks of information that can be placed into the regions provided by a theme and re-used throughout your site. As Kyle points out in his previous blog post, blocks are really useful in Drupal 8 as the tools for managing their placement and visibility have continued to mature. The system for defining blocks in code has changed quite a bit for Drupal 8 though so it's worth taking a fresh look at how to create blocks in your own module. Especially since in my experience it's one of the first things we need to know how to do as module developers. Creating Blocks: The Block Plugin API In previous versions of Drupal, blocks where added by implementing hook_block_info() and the various block CRUD hooks like hook_block_save(). Or if you're really old-school there was just plain ole' hook_block(). The general premises was write some code that tells Drupal about the existence of your block and which PHP functions Drupal should call when someone is viewing the block. Then implement those functions and adhere to a defined pattern of what the expected return results from those function(s) should be. Drupal would then know your block existed and allow administrators to place it in a region on the page. Drupal would also know what PHP function to call to retrieve the content of your block. The general idea is still the same in Drupal 8. Tell Drupal your block exists, and then provide PHP code that will be called when someone is trying to view or otherwise interact with your block. The mechanics however are quite a bit different. In Drupal 8, custom blocks provided by a module implement the Block Plugin API which is a subset of the more generic Plugin API. What used to be info hooks that returned arrays for block discovery is now composed of Annotations and the use of PSR-0 so Drupal can both find and understand your blocks. Callback functions that returned the content of your block are now methods on the Drupal\block\BlockPluginInterface which you can override as needed in our custom block code. Blocks are, of course, a really common pattern in Drupal and as such there is a helpful Drupal\block\BlockBase class that you can extend when creating your own Blocks. BlockBase provides the basic block configuration form which administrators see, access rules, and cache handling—all of which can be overridden as needed for your specific use-case. In this video I'm going to define a custom block with some very basic configuration settings and walk through: Where you should put the code for your block Annotation based plugin discovery and how to know what to put in the annotation Outputting simple text in the body of a block Changing the access rules / visibility for a block in code Adding a custom configuration option to the block configuration form Saving block configuration data Using stored block configuration data Rather than start from scratch I'll be building off the Chad module which I started in Writing a Hello World Module, and then continued to build on in Getting Started with Drupal 8 Forms and Configuration Management for Developers. The code can be found on GitHub, and you should totally grab a copy and follow along. Writing this blog post and recording this video resulted in the following documentation pages being overhauled: https://drupal.org/node/2168137 and an issue for missing documentation in core being filed: https://drupal.org/node/2248951. Now that you know how blocks work, help us get the documentation updated. :)
Views: 8943 Drupalize.Me
Drupal 8 Beginner, Lesson 41: Image Styles
 
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Image styles allow you to manipulate the size and scale of your images for different displays on your site. Drupal creates another copy of each image, as determined by the image style, so you don't have to process the image change on every page load. Find out more about Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training. Learn more about how Acquia can help your Drupal projects by visiting https://www.acquia.com/drupal-8.
Views: 26727 OSTraining
drupal8 views slideshow tutorial
 
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I am a Freelance Web Developer having 10 years of experience. If you have any requirement of Web Design, Development , Kindly visit my freelance website http://pawan.unitedwebsoft.in My skills PHP, Mysql, Laravel, WordPress , Drupal , Magento, Photoshop, HTML5,CSS3 , Bootstrap ,Jquery,Ajax. drupal8 views slideshow tutorial ,How to use Views slideshow in Drupal . Using image slider in Drupal
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Drupal Tutorials #18 - Creating Custom Image Styles
 
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This is the 18th tutorial in a series that show users how to create and edit image styles to have full control over cached images. Subscribe for more free tutorials https://goo.gl/6ljoFc, more Drupal Tutorials here: https://goo.gl/YDHhLW Support Free Tutorials https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/ The best shared web hosting http://www.bluehost.com/track/leveluptutorials/ Subscribe to Level Up Pro for extra features! https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/products/pro Subscribe to the Level Up Newsletter http://eepurl.com/AWjGz To Support Level Up Tuts: http://leveluptuts.com/donations Simple cloud hosting, built for developers.: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=67357174b09e This Drupal 7 tutorial series shows users how to build websites with the very popular open source content management system Drupal 7.
Views: 35487 LevelUpTuts
Drupal 7 Views Module Tutorial 5 of 10: Theming Views
 
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#1 Drupal Book: http://amzn.to/1LOFwOK Own this series by visiting https://www.torontowebsitedeveloper.com/store. You can also checkout my monthly earnings / YouTube reports. In the 5th video of this 10 part drupal video tutorial series on the Views module, we look at theming views. To do so, we first create our own theme so that we do not hack up Bartik. From there, we look at field level CSS changes, then adding custom tpl files and making our view aware, finally ending with custom functions in our template.php file which override the tpl files we created.
Drupal 8 Theming - Part 19 - Rewriting Views Fields
 
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In this last video of the Drupal 8 Theming series I'm going to show you how you can rewrite the output of fields that you use in your Views. You will need to do this if you want to have specific HTML output of your Views fields for what ever reason. We are going to change the output of our movies section. This is not really necessary on our site but there are some real life examples where that would be needed. Also this is going to be last episode of Drupal 8 Theming for some time. Please leave your suggestions in the comments below for specific problems you might want to see in these videos. And I will do a video about it if I think it could help people. Thank you for watching this series, the new one starts real soon. http://watch-learn.com/video-tutorials/drupal-8-theming-part-19-rewriting-views-fields/
Views: 14556 Watch and Learn
Drupal Views Stylizer: How to use?
 
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Shows how to use Views stylizer module to style a Drupal view
Views: 3623 TechNikh
Drupal Bootstrap - 20 - Creating Article Views - Custom Grid Layout + Equal Heights
 
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Playlist: https://goo.gl/RqVELg To make the image larger on hovering, you can apply some CSS3 styles like this :) .col .dImage{ overflow: hidden; } .col .dImage img{ -webkit-transition: all .2s ease; -moz-transition: all .2s ease; transition: all .2s ease; } .col .dImage:hover img{ -webkit-transform: scale(1.3); -moz-transform: scale(1.3); transform: scale(1.3); } Ref: http://www.w3schools.com/css/css3_transitions.asp http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_transform.asp Module to install: https://www.drupal.org/project/equalheights
Views: 9728 Drupal Legoland
Drupal 7 Quicktabs Module - Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 30
 
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In this episode we look at the Drupal 7 Quicktabs module and examine how it can be used to easily create tabbed content containing blocks, views, nodes, and even other quicktabs blocks. In this episode you will learn: - How to use the Drupal 7 Quicktabs module for creating tabbed content on a Drupal website - How to position a Drupal 7 Quicktabs block using the Drupal blocks system - How to change the style of a Drupal 7 Quicktabs block instance Links: http://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-quicktabs-module http://drupal.org/project/quicktabs
Views: 19605 Code Karate
Using the CSS Injector Drupal Module to Change the Design of Your Drupal Site
 
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In this video, I'll show you how to use the CSS Injector Module (https://drupal.org/project/css_injector) to tweak the design of your Drupal website without having to edit the theme code.
Views: 18043 DrupalTutor
About Drupal 8's administrative style guide
 
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There was a lot of planning that went into Drupal 8's administration theme. Here we take a look at Drupal 8's admin style guide, explore some of the new conventions that were introduced, and talk about the implications for contributed modules.
Views: 251 BuildAModule
Including Image Styles With Your Drupal 8 Theme
 
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Drupal 7 introduced the image styles system, and everyone who ever needed to deal with images in their content rejoiced. As a themer though you can only ever rely on the presence of the three image styles that come with core. If you want to create a new blog post template that uses a non-core image style there are no easy ways to package that image style with your theme. And as such, it is hard for your theme to rely on an image style being present. Read more at https://drupalize.me/blog/201410/including-image-styles-your-drupal-8-theme#
Views: 842 Drupalize.Me
Drupal 8 - How To Create Slideshows With Views Slideshow module
 
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Tutorial on how to create a slideshow using jQuery Cycle plugin and Views Slideshow module. https://samulinatri.com/blog/drupal-8-views-slideshow I have written a beginner book on how to use the Django web framework: https://leanpub.com/django-the-easy-way Web: https://SamuliNatri.com Github: https://github.com/SamuliNatri Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamuliNatri Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatriSamuli
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Drupal 7 Image Styles - Daily Dose of Drupal episode 150
 
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The Image Styles modules is part of Drupal 7 core modules. While simple, this module is a backbone to an enormous amount of use cases within Drupal. In this episode you will learn: - How to create an image filed on a content type - How to create an image style - How to associate the image style with the content type - How cute bunnies are
Views: 2695 Code Karate
Lozin - Directory & Listing Drupal 8 Theme - Change Map Style
 
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Lozin is a listing directory Drupal 8 theme that will help you create, manage and monetize a local or global directory site. Feel free to set your own goal and get your favourite spots listed online! The theme has its own super powerful theme control panel with lots of useful options and tools to manage your site: Content Builder, Customize, SliderLayer, etc. Lozin Theme is built with Gavias Content Builder, the amazing drag and drop builder allows you build professional block in just some simple clicks. In addition, with over many widgets integrated, building content is never easier. Lozin theme apply the latest web technologies: Drupal 8.x, Bootstrap 4, SASS, HTML5, CSS3, Font Awesome 5 … Download link: https://themeforest.net/item/lozin-directory-listing-drupal-8-theme/22855094
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Using the CSS Injector Module to Style a Drupal Website
 
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A demonstration on how to use the CSS Injector module to apply styles to a Drupal webiste right on the browser.
Views: 5254 Mario Hernandez
Drupal 7 Views Module Tutorial 4 of 10: Blocks, Attachments and Exposed Filters
 
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#1 Drupal Book: http://amzn.to/1LOFwOK Own this series by visiting https://www.torontowebsitedeveloper.com/store. You can also checkout my monthly earnings / YouTube reports. In this drupal video tutorial, we carry on with our dog images view and create a block of 5 recently added images. We place the block in the sidebar and make sure it only shows up on pages outside of our galleries. From there, we add a views attachment to our existing dog images view which only shows the most recent dog image though with a different image style (our banner image style). Lastly, we conclude with exposed filters and I show you how to place the filter in a block, in our site's sidebar.
DrupalCon Vienna 2017: Introducing the UI Patterns module: use atomic UI components
 
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In this session we will show how the UI Patterns module allows you to define and expose self-contained UI patterns as Drupal 8 plugins and to use them as drop-in templates for panels, field groups, views, Display Suite view modes, field templates, etc. Over the past years projects like PatternLab or the Component Libraries module aimed at lowering the cost of maintaining and re-using UI patterns in your projects. But, as we all know, when it comes to presenting content the Drupal 8 landscape is quite diverse: you can layout your pages using Panels or Views, style your entities using Display Suite view modes, group your fields with Field group, etc. Such a diversification can surely present some challenges when it comes at reusing a well-designed and consistent UI library. The UI Patterns module makes it possible to seamlessly use UI patterns with views, layouts, field formatters, etc. The session will also feature a brief live-demo of the following functionalities: Define and preview patterns using YAML via the built-in Pattern Library module Organise patterns into self-contained bundles of JavaScript, CSS and TWIG templates Expose PatternLab and Fractal patterns to Drupal Use patterns as layouts with Paragraphs, Panels and Display Suite Use patterns as field group templates with the Fieldgroup module Use patterns as Views row templates Use patterns as entity field templates Use patterns with the Bricks module Advanced topic: a closer look to UI Patterns internals
Views: 2557 Drupal Association
Creating Layouts with the Layout Plugin Module in Drupal 8
 
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Writing custom layouts using the Layout Plugin module for D8 is really easy. This video will outline how to create a new layout in your theme using Foundation 6 as the base theme and how to extend the layout to add custom classes and id. To learn about how ActiveLAMP can help take your business to the next level go to http://www.activelamp.com, or call us at (310) 943-0246.
Views: 6887 ActiveLAMP
Drupal 8 Theming - Part 01 - Theme Setup
 
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In this episode of Drupal 8 Theming tutorial series we are going to setup our theme, add our css file to it, remove some default css files and add our main JavaScript file. Drupal uses yml files for dealing with libraries (css and js), this is great. But the setup of those files in your theme isn't exactly intuitive, but it's not hard either. In this tutorial you will learn how to register your theme and add css and JavaScript files to your theme. Code used in this tutorial: http://watch-learn.com/video-tutorials/drupal-8-theming-part-01-theme-setup/
Views: 120516 Watch and Learn
Styling a newly created Drupal sub theme
 
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After downloading Zen and creating a Sub theme using Drush, I give you a quick walkthrough on how to style your newly created sub theme so you can apply your own look and feel.
Views: 11271 Mario Hernandez
Drupal 8 Site Building, Lesson 39: Display Suite Custom CSS
 
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Find out more about Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training. Display Suite has a powerful templating system. By using template overrides and CSS, you can easily customize the layouts of nodes and fields in Display Suite. You can also add CSS classes directly into the admin area of Display Suite. Find out more about Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training. Try Drupal 8 hosting from GlowHost for just 1 cent for your first month, PLUS get a free domain name, yours to keep! https://glowhost.com/order/order.php?id=65787&sa_name=Drupal&coupon=1CENTC&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=Drupal8_Free_Training&utm_campaign=Drupal_8_Videos Learn more about web hosting optimized for Drupal 8 - https://glowhost.com/Drupal8
Views: 6620 OSTraining
Drupal 8 FlexSlider Module - Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 220
 
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The Drupal 8 Flex Slider Module allows you to use the Flex Slider library to build out slideshows on your Drupal website. This video covers how to get Flexslider to integrate with Drupal views as well as Drupal fields. Links: Patreon Page - http://patreon.com/codekarate Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 220 - https://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-8-flexslider-module Flex Slider Module - https://www.drupal.org/project/Flexslider CodeKarate.com - http://codekarate.com Code Karate YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/codekarate Twitter account - http://twitter.com/smthomas3
Views: 1480 Code Karate
Learn Drupal 8 - How to use image styles
 
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In this tutorial I discussed about Drupal 8 image styles. I create a custom image style. I showed how to add custom image style with content type to display content images. http://pydream.com/
Views: 648 Imran Sarder
Commerce Stock Based Image Styles
 
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Changing field formats based on stock 1) Download the following modules: https://drupal.org/project/commerce_stock https://drupal.org/project/ffc https://drupal.org/project/field_formatter_settings https://drupal.org/project/imagecache_actions 2) Enable the following modules: Commerce Stock UI Commerce Simple Stock Commerce Simple Stock Rules Imagecache Actions Imagecache Canvas Actions Field formatter conditions Field formatter settings API Or run this drush command: drush en imagecache_canvasactions, commerce_stock_ui, commerce_stock_ss, commerce_stock_ssr, ffc -y 3) Configure your product so it has images and real stock values 4) Create a new image style 5) Add a rule that reacts on the event "field is being rendered" and has a condition of "data comparison" on the product's commerce_stock field and an action of "change image style." 6) Change the image style formatter to have a condition of "use an event rule" and then select your new rule that you created. 7) Profit!
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Build Your First Blog in Drupal 7: Part 1 - Custom Content Types and Layout
 
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Create your first Drupal 7 blog with a new content type using Drupal 7 core and the CSS Injector Module. Includes tags, images and image placement in display. Part two will cover using quick and easy views to make a list of your blog entries and place them in the menu. You can find our example CSS at http://www.drupalforanyone.com
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Drupal 8 Site Building, Lesson 33: Completing Views Slideshow
 
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Find out more about Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training. The last view that we'll create in this part of the class is a Views Slideshow. This is a continuation of a task we started earlier in the class. This task will require you to set up a view, and also manually upload a file called jquery.cycle.all.js to power the Find out more about Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training. Try Drupal 8 hosting from GlowHost for just 1 cent for your first month, PLUS get a free domain name, yours to keep! https://glowhost.com/order/order.php?id=65787&sa_name=Drupal&coupon=1CENTC&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=Drupal8_Free_Training&utm_campaign=Drupal_8_Videos Learn more about web hosting optimized for Drupal 8 - https://glowhost.com/Drupal8 slideshow.
Views: 9118 OSTraining
Views Row Theming
 
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On this podcast episode, Bob shows you a really powerful and robust way to theme your Views output using a set of under-documented variables. This method will give you faster load times on your views and will give you amazing flexibility and node-style layouts.
Drupal 7 jQuery SelectBox Module - Daily Dose of Drupal episode 117
 
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The Drupal 7 jQuery SelectBox module is a simple module that makes HTML select boxes easier to style. It replaces the HTML form select element with easier to style HTML markup. In this episode you will learn: - How to download and install the jQuery SelectBox module - What the jQuery SelectBox module is doing in the background to make the select boxes on the site continue to work correctly Links: http://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-jquery-selectbox-module http://twitter.com/smthomas3 http://drupal.org/project/selectbox Thanks to Drupalize.me (http://drupalize.me) for sponsoring this episode.
Views: 5342 Code Karate
Drupal 8 Beginner, Lesson 42: A Photo Gallery View
 
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In this video, Rod explains how to use Views to create a photo gallery in Drupal 8. We'll use a grid layout to display the logos from our events content type. Find out more about Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training. Learn more about how Acquia can help your Drupal projects by visiting https://www.acquia.com/drupal-8.
Views: 39167 OSTraining
Using Bootstrap 3 in Drupal 8, 2.2: Install and Configure Theme
 
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In this video, you’ll learn how to download and configure the theme. --- Resources http://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.3/css/#buttons-options http://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.3/css/#images-shapes https://bootswatch.com/3/ --- Connect with us --- https://www.webwash.net/ https://www.youtube.com/c/webwashnet https://twitter.com/webwashnet https://www.facebook.com/webwash/ https://www.instagram.com/webwash/
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Drupal 8 Theming - Part 09 - Introduction to Views
 
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In this Drupal 8 Theming tutorial we are going to create dummy content using Devel module and display it on our front page using Views. Views is one of the most powerful features of Drupal. It allows us to create custom queries on our content and display it on our pages or blocks. In this episode we are first going to create dummy content using Devel module and then we are going to display it on our front page using Views. And I can tell you right away, we are not going to like how that looks so we are going turn to Views once again and with a bit of help from css display our content just the way we like it :). Devel module: https://www.drupal.org/project/devel Code used in this tutorial: https://github.com/ivandoric/d8theming/releases/tag/9 http://watch-learn.com/video-tutorials/drupal-8-theming-part-09-introduction-to-views/
Views: 19281 Watch and Learn
Joshua Bolduc: Drupal 8 Plugins
 
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http://drupalnights.org/events/2017/joshua-bolduc-drupal-8-plugins From blocks, to views, to entities, plugins are one of the major foundational concepts in Drupal 8. But what exactly is a plugin? In this technical presentation we'll begin with a brief introduction about what plugins are, their advantages and how they fit within the broader context of Drupal. Next you'll learn how easy it is to create your own plugin by extending any of the dozens of available plugin types in core. We'll unravel the mysteries of Plugin Derivatives; how you can write one plugin and have it represented as many times as you want within Drupal. Finally, we'll finish the presentation with a demonstration on how you can push Drupal even further by writing your own plugin type. Attendees should have a basic understanding of Object Oriented Programming. Some understanding of Drupal 8 module development and services is useful but not required. Presenter: Joshua Bolduc D.O.: partdigital Sponsored by BioRAFT http://www.bioraft.com/
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Drupal 7 Colorbox module - Daily Dose of Drupal episode 105
 
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The Drupal 7 Colorbox module is one of the many Drupal modules that allows you to display things in a lightbox style modal dialog window. In this episode you will learn: - How to use the Drupal Colorbox module to display image fields in a Colorbox window Links: http://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-colorbox-module http://drupal.org/project/colorbox Thanks again to Drupalize.me (http://drupalize.me) for sponsoring this episode of the Daily Dose of Drupal.
Views: 25491 Code Karate
Drupal 7 Image Field Focus - Daily Dose of Drupal episode 178
 
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In this episode we look at the Imagefield Focus Module. This module adds another option to the image styles on a content type field. With this module you are able to specify a focus and crop area of your image. Once you have selected either or both of those areas the module then resizes and focuses on the certain area you specified. As you will see in the video, this module can be used when displaying a staff page showing only head shots and then loading to a full page where the entire image is shown all with the same image. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below. Links: - https://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-imagefield-focus - https://www.drupal.org/project/imagefield_focus
Views: 2025 Code Karate
Drupal 7 Views Module Tutorial 10 of 10: Views Integrated Modules and Series Recap
 
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#1 Drupal Book: http://amzn.to/1LOFwOK Own this series by visiting https://www.torontowebsitedeveloper.com/store. You can also checkout my monthly earnings / YouTube reports. In this final Drupal video tutorial of the 10 part series on Views, we conclude by looking at some cool modules that integrate well with Views. I show you a few that I have tutorials on (Gmap, EVA, Views Slideshow) so that you can continuing learning but others identified are pretty straight forward and I don't have tutorials for them. To conclude the second half of the tutorial, we recap the series to help solidify the concepts covered in the 9 other video tutorials.
Drupal Bootstrap - 17 - Creating Article Views - Media Object Layout
 
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MPORTANT NOTE for this video: If you encounter the same issue to display your images, try the following steps. Playlist: https://goo.gl/47TkI6 Approach A: ------------------- 1) Go to "Appearance" -} open your Bootstrap Sub theme 2) Under "Bootstrap Settings" -} "General" tab -} "Images" 3) Set the "Default image shape" to "None" and unchecked the "Responsive Images". Look here: https://goo.gl/tHVDhb The Bootstrap in the video is an old version 3.0 and the latest version by now already have a function where you can turn on to make your images responsive. Thus, the css class - "img-responsive" are added to your images automatically. If you turn this function off, this css class will be removed and should be displaying the original dimension as it is. Personally I prefer to turn it off and only add this class manually whenever I need. Approach B: ------------------- Alternatively, you can also override and reset the "max-width" css value that make the image responsive to it's default value like this, e.g. (depend on the css classes you use...) .page-article-media-object .media-left img { max-width: none !important; } Try to narrow down and only target a particular page so that it won't affect other Views but only this Views page with Media Object layout.
Views: 11805 Drupal Legoland
Rotate Drupal Images with Entity Image Style
 
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Learn how to make one picture in an image field rotate using Drupal 7's image styles. http://ryanpricemedia.com http://twitter.com/gaelanadams http://drupal.org/project/entity_imagestyle
Views: 2439 Ryan Price
Display Paragraphs Edge-to-edge using Bootstrap in Drupal 8
 
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By: Ivan Zugec http://webwash.net | http://twitter.com/webwashnet Read tutorial at http://www.webwash.net/node/262 Last two tutorial: - Build Edge-to-edge Sites using Paragraphs Module in Drupal 8 (http://www.webwash.net/node/259) - How to Create Powerful Container Paragraphs in Drupal 8 (http://www.webwash.net/node/260) Modules and Theme: - Paragraphs (https://www.drupal.org/project/paragraphs) - Entity Reference Revisions (https://www.drupal.org/project/entity_reference_visions) - Bootstrap (https://www.drupal.org/project/bootstrap) So far I’ve introduced you to the Paragraphs module where we created a basic paragraph type which allows you to display content as movable components. Then we looked at how to create container paragraphs, and this time we created a Banner which let us display nested paragraph items. By now you should have a basic understanding of why you should use Paragraphs and how to use the module. Today I want to teach you how to display paragraphs edge-to-edge using Bootstrap as the theme. We’ll use the Banner paragraph, which we created in the last tutorial, to display an image full width but have the nested paragraphs centered. We'll use Bootstrap to streamline the build but we'll need to change how the container (http://getbootstrap.com/css/#overview-container) class is used in the page template. For people who don't know, the container is used to wrap the site content and "contain" any grids within it. In other words, it simply centers the content. Any content outside of the container goes edge-to-edge. So to style everything, we'll need the Banner paragraph type to be outside of the container and then have the container on any nested paragraph items. This is where most of the complexity lays in building this type of site. Controlling where the container gets added or removed can be tricky in Drupal. For simplicity, we'll assume all paragraphs (except nested ones) will be displayed at full width. Things start to get complicated when you want to display a paragraph edge-to-edge as well as in a sidebar. So for simplicity all paragraphs will go edge-to-edge.
Views: 7253 WebWash
How to create a custom module in Drupal 7 and using hook_menu
 
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In this video we create a custom module, learning about the .info and .module files. We create a simple page that outputs a list of content.
Views: 2979 26 Brains
Drupal Views Isotope
 
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Quick overview on building a Isotope View
Views: 23669 Gareth Hall
How to apply image styles in Drupal | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This Drupal tutorial shows how to apply image styles that create consistency throughout the entire website. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Drupal-7-tutorials/essential-training/73655-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-73655-0906 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter nine of the Drupal 7 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Tom Geller. The complete Drupal 7 Essential Training course has a total duration of 7 hours and 23 minutes and demonstrates how to download and install Drupal, add content and graphics to a site, change layout and design elements, control visitor interactions, and expand the site's capabilities beyond what's available in Drupal core Drupal 7 Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. Defining Drupal 2. Understanding How Drupal Works 3. Installing Drupal on Mac OS X or Windows 4. Installing Drupal on a Server 5. Controlling Drupal 6. Building a Drupal Site 7. Controlling Content 8. Enabling Other Content Types 9. Extending Content 10. Managing Users 11. Changing a Site's Interface 12. Helping Users Find Their Way Around 13. Expanding a Site's Capabilities with Modules 14. Displaying Information with Views 15. Administrating Drupal 16. Going Further with Drupal 17. Developing for Drupal Conclusion
Views: 6244 LinkedIn Learning
DrupalCon New Orleans 2016: Dependency injection in Drupal 8
 
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Since the released of D8 with symphony and contrib module, everyone has been trying to contribute as much and as fast as possible. However the thought process has not yet moved to Drupal 8 style of coding (best practices not yet employed). The challenge here is the lack of design patterns in Drupal 7; where all modules designs were different. For many the questions that pops up are: "What is Services and Dependency Injection? How does it help me?" The way I see the answer to second question is It enables us to reuse the functionality and make our services pluggable and replaceable. To undestand and use best practices such as using service container in a decoupled manner. In Drupal 8 We have many services and Dependency Injection Containers which give super powers to our Drupal 8 modules. It's paramount that we understand and use them in Drupal 8 module development. My session will talk about various scenerios and how can we use different services and Dependency Injection in these scenerios. The session will include demos, examples and code walk throughs. Here're the objective of the session: Overview of Services and Dependency Injection? Drupal 8 core services and how to use them. How to use Dependency Injection in a Drupal form? How to use Dependency Injection in Contrib modules? What level of knowledge should attendees have before walking into your session: This session will be easy to understand for people with intermidiate level knowledge of Drupal. However the session should be open for beginners. Take Away for attendees: Best practices of building custom and contrib module using services and dependency injection. How to's for business logic of modules? Understanding of using DRY methodology. Keeping module in decoupled manner.
Views: 1806 Drupal Association
Styling a navigation using CSS Injector
 
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How to style a website navigation in the browser using the CSS Injector module
Views: 1168 Mario Hernandez

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