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.
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!