Ubuntu 14.04's package manager (apt) installs PHP 5.5 by default. Although Drupal 7 core works on PHP 5.5, some contributed modules may not. In that case, you may either need to fix the module or downgrade to a lower version of PHP. In this article, we will show you how to install PHP 5.3.29 with PHP-FPM from source on Ubuntu 14.04. On top of this, we will install Nginx and MySQL to have a working Drupal 7 website.
The Views Exposed Filter functionality helps users select or filter data on the display. In our example, we are going to cover the basic steps involved to use the Views Exposed Filter.
Here, we are going to create a views display with content titles by setting an exposed filter for the content types. The resulting display will look similar to the one below:
For achieving this, we need to do the following steps.
In a recent project, I had the opportunity to explore the world of REST web services with Drupal 7. It was a really good experience. I used a couple of modules such as "Services" and "Services Views". It took quite some time to configure the settings and end points to get it in views display.
The primary goal of Drupal Pathauto module is to automatically generate aliases for all kinds of content types. These aliases are based on configurable rules that can be set up by you. This module will help you give the URLs on your website a clearer structure and easier readability. A clear URL will also ensure your link gets noticed by search engines.
If you have experience working with Drupal, then you may have already dealt with Pathauto. This article is targeted at newbies who haven’t worked with this module yet.
Why is Drupal Pathauto important?
Start with learning object-oriented PHP that you need to understand Drupal 8 code. The free eBook covers:
Can highly recommend the @redcrackle Drupal 8 #OOP intro found at /blog . Also available as handy PDF. Very well written!