On a customer page we were running into problems with backup_migrate aborting with out of memory errors. In contrast to other similar websites we found out that a bug ([#2931611]) in the honeypot module caused the key_value_expire database table to grow up to 2,3 GB of (useless) data. This bug in detail is being targeted in this issue: [#2997609]
Have you ever wanted to disable Drupal 8 cache and enable error reporting only for a specific page or to quickly debug a problem? Here's a simple solution how to enable debugging and disable caching for a single call using a URL debug parameter
Would you like to create a Landingpage for a specific topic in Drupal 7 / 8 on a separate landingpage domain (https://www.my-landingpage-example123.com/) as specific frontpage without using complex modules like Domain Access or multisite? Then here's the lighweight way to go for you!
In the last days I developed the ZURB Foundation Views integration module for Drupal 8. To match the markup required by foundation accordion we first had to write a views style plugin in our module.
Today I'd like to share a nasty bug I ran into when updating a customer Drupal 7 CMS project. We updated several modules, one of them was admin_menu (7.x-3.0-rc5 > 7.x-3.0-rc6). The website also used the "fieldable_panels_panes" module.
Creating a webform modal is quite simple and straight forward in Drupal 8. We only need the Webform module and some classes for the modal opening button: Download and install https://www.drupal.org/project/webform Create a webform
Today I'd like to discuss a little Drupal 8 snippet to dynamically load an entity from the controller by the current path. This acts a bit like a Drupal 8 replacement for Drupal 7's menu_get_object(). Use case / example:
Several times in the last months we had the requirement to prepopulate a Drupal 8 webform with a parent entity ID from the URL. For example we had forms to register for events which we embedded on the node page as paragraphs or blocks and wanted to set an entity reference field to the node ID programmatically.