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While improving the SEO for one of the projects I've worked on, I encountered the following problem:
- the system has a node listing for a given user (let's call it /user/%/cars); this is a simple view with a page display that receives the user argument from the route
- the problem is that the url is not SEO friendly
In this article, we'll talk about the Search API module.
Given the structure below, it's pretty clear that we cannot use the standard Drupal search if we want to add some filters and other custom processors.
This is where the Search API module comes in really handy.
So, you need to import a large quantity of data. The problem is that that data can't be converted into a simple node.
Unlike previous Drupal 8 releases, this version has integrated into its core the Migrate module.
Let's say we have a Drupal structure similar to the one below
While working on another article and setting up another Drupal test instance, I said to myself "why not make a short article about Drupal Console", a tool that I found to be very useful.
For more information on installing this tool, follow this link and, if it's not working, keep googling.
Let's begin with the premise that we have the Drupal Console installed and fully functional.
One of our clients needed integration with https://www.ticketmaster.ca/ (if the page is not working try using a VPN and set it to Canada).
We only had to import the events from this 3rd party, there were no requests for the actual ticket buying.
These being said, let's get down to business.
The problem: You have a page on the site that is linked in two places on the same menu, but when you visit the page, it only shows one of two possible menu trees.
The solution: You can patch the MenuActiveTrail.php file to find the current parent of the active item.
1. Keep your Drupal core and contributed modules updated
Keep your Drupal version updated. Apply security patches as soon as they get released this way you avoid leaving your website exposed and vulnerable.
2. Install Drupal Security Modules
You can improve the strength of your Drupal website by adding some powerful Drupal security modules. This is an effective measure that you can easily implement.
Here is a short list of some modules:
In this article, you will learn how to add a translation for Drupal 8 Menus. You can do this in 5 steps.
1. Go at admin/config/regional/content-language and check Custom menu link
2. Clear cache
3. Go at admin/structure/menu and chose your menu