When you create a new page, WordPress automatically creates a URL by the name of that page’s title. This might not always be what you want. Sometimes you may need to create a custom URL for certain pages.
Follow these steps to easily change any page’s URL!
In WordPress 5.0, the traditional content editor was replaced by a new block editor called Gutenberg editor. This new content editor has more functionality than the classic editor. It is a new way to edit your content, and we’ll teach you exactly how to use it.
You may be faced with a situation where you need to copy an already existing page. Say page A has contents about cars. You require a second page that is similar to A. One solution is that you copy each element, block, and text one by one from page A and paste it into page B. This is time-consuming and can cause errors.
A simpler and more straightforward approach is copying all the contents at once. Let’s see how this is done.
The first page that appears before a user when they visit your web site is called a home page. It is an introductory page that houses all the essential information regarding your website. You can change the homepage of your website, meaning the user will land on the selected homepage. It can be anything from the About to Blog to Contact Us. You can also create your sample page and set it as the default Homepage.
Footer is the block that appears on the bottom-most part of your web page. The footer usually includes the name of the company whose theme you are currently using. When users access your website, they will see some other company’s name at the end of your web page. Changing or Editing the Footer: Suppose you don’t like some other company’s name etched into your web page. You wish to remove it which is entirely understandable.
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!