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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
In Drupal 8 it is easy to attach a cs/js to a template file.
We need to define a library that will contain the js/css files needed.
The libraries are defined in the file mymodule.libraries.xml
There, we define the each library with their js, css and dependencies of other libraries.
In this tutorial I will show you a quick implementation of hook_theme, that will list the title/body of a FAQ nodes.
I've created a new routing and a new controller class (FaqController) for this.
mymodule.faq_controller_faq: path: 'faq' defaults: _controller: '\Drupal\mymodule\Controller\FaqController::faq' _title: 'FAQ' requirements: _permission: 'access content'
Because I want to get all FAQ nodes, I'm injecting the entity_type.manager service into our controller class.
To create a configuration form, we need to extend our form from ConfigFormBase and not from FormBase like we do in case of a normal form.
Extending the ConfigFormBase, we need also to implement the getEditableConfigNames() method, that will return an array with condiguration names that are editable.
In the buildForm() method, we need to create all form elements that will be used to input the settings. For this, we can use the form API of Drupal 8.
Of course, we can have access to our configuration object and get all our configurations from it.
Similar to Drupal 7, we are able to pass custom data between form validate/submit callbacks.
In Drupal 8, there are two way of setting a key => value to $form_state: set a single key => value or multiple keys => values.
To set a single key, we can use set() method that is defined in FormStateInterface interface.
In order to attach custom validate/submit callbacks to an existing form in Drupal 8, you need to alter it.
To alter an existing form, we need to use the hook_form_alter() function.
Let's suppose for example that we have an existing form called example_form defined in a module example.
An we have a module called mymodule, where we want to alter the example_form and add our custom validate/submit callbacks.
The first step is to implement the hook_form_alter() in your mymodule.module file.
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple form using Drupal 8.
In order to create a new form, we need to extend the FormBase class. The FormBase class is implementing the FormInterface interface, so our class needs to implement the methods from FormInterface.
The place where we create forms in Drupal 8 is: /mymodule/src/Form
The class name should end in 'Form', for example: ExampleForm.
The methods from FormInterface are: