I ran into the problem in Ubuntu 20 that .local DNS entries from the internal network were not resolved. nslookup company.local could not be resolved eventhough the local DNS servers were entered correctly: network: version: 2 renderer
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In this previous blog entry you learned how to modify the node title itself. Here's how you can, for example for SEO purpose, modify the HTML page title of a node. You may for example add prefix or suffix text: function YOURMODULE_node_view
Did you ever need to modify a Drupal 7 CMS node title, for example for SEO purpose? Here's a simple trick with a hook to use the node title and modify it, prepend or append text to the user entered title before output: function YOURMODULE
For my blog Drupal 6 to Drupal 9 Upgrade I finally needed to migrate regular image fields to media fields. I first tried https://www.drupal.org/project/migrate_file_to_media but wasn't really happy and successful with that. Lots of problems
Are you using Vue.js and need to apply input / output formatting to a number input field? This is quite tricky, as I had to find out. Finally I'd suggest not to waste your time, but use this library instead: https://github.com/dm4t2/vue-currency-input ;)
Did you ever switch a Drupal Form API element from "select" to "radios" and expect it would behave equally? You're wrong! Here's (sadly) why...
I banged my head against the wall using the wonderful lando as development environment. It works wonderful, but .lndo.site URLs never worked for me, while :XXXX ports worked on localhost.
Barcode ( "BCD" + "\n" + "002" + "\n" + "2" + "\n" + "SCT" + "\n" + Vorgabe.Firma.Bankverbindung.BIC + "\n" + Vorgabe.Firma.Bankverbindung.Kontoinhaber + "\n" + Vorgabe.Firma.Bankverbindung.IBAN + "\n" + ToString$(Vorgang.Auftrag.OffenerBetrag) + "\n" + "\n" +
Encoding is hard in many cases. Today I ran into one, where we had to save UTF-8 data (from a Drupal website) into an XML document which requires ISO-8859-1 encoding. We're using https://www.php.net/manual/de/class.domdocument.php for that, which seems to have some problems / flaws with such cases, as the following issues show:
Well some experienced LDAP administrators may laugh, but it was quite hard for me, as LDAP "newbie" to find out how to get a list of all LDAP Group Members from my Synology DiskStation. So I'd like to share my experience and result. My task was to get a list of all active users in my Synology LDAP which belong to a certain Group ("CEO").