The Views module is a very useful tool for site developers to easily extract data from the Drupal database and create lists of content without writing a single query. Using the different display, filter, and format options, as well as other supporting modules, site builders can create various types of user-friendly content lists.
Our client, the League of Women Voters, has many local leagues across the United States and it was our goal to provide an easy way for users to find their nearest local league by zip code. There were three outcomes we needed to account for:
For one of our client sites, we created several related content blocks using the Views module. These blocks are a recurring feature on the site, and had a specific design requirement. We had to create a view switcher that allowed users to switch the display of the view between a card and list view.
No, Google is not forcing you to make your site secure, but it is definitely trying to encourage you to do so.
As you may already know, Google is making a change this month that will affect how URLs appear in the Chrome browser. Addressing this change is fairly simple, but there are a few technical things you will need to do and some review and testing required. Below is an outline of what the change is, how it impacts your organization’s website, and what can be done if any action needs to be taken.
This is a guide to setting up the Features module and how to organize a site's Features. In particular, it focuses on the basic setup and the inclusion of Content Types.