|upload image on mobile device for drupal site|
You can add images to Drupal, but mobile devices
don't allow you to upload any photos to image
fields. (Android allows it as I remember.)
HTML5 allows this, but sadly that's mostly a no go
with Drupal 7 at the moment. However, it turns out
the fix is nice and easy via the HTML Media
Capture method. Add the following snippet of
jQuery, so it runs when pages load:
|Drupal 7: How to assign each node to different block (or region)?|
To achieve this you need to create a View which
grabs nodes you need (you can filter on promoted
field, by content type, publication date, field
value...). This view must create a block (block
display mode), then you can assign this block to
whatever region you like in block interface. You
can create as many Views as you need, filtering
nodes the way you want.
More info :
|Custom spaces editable from back office in Drupal|
There is the block module, which is part of core.
Are you using Drupal 6/7/8?
Anyway go into your admin section and look under
structure, for blocks.
You can create custom blocks and place them in a
region. If you want different regions then you can
define these in your themes .info file.
Inside the blocks you can put whatever content you
|Indexing from Drupal Search API to Solr: Bad Request|
I solved it myself... somewhat.
The problem is that the schema.xml of the module
isn't working properly with 4.10.x for some weird
reason. It works if you DON'T start Solr in Cloud
mode. It works properly with 3.x even in Cloud
I know, this isn't really helping but maybe you
have the same problem as me.
|Integrating custom jQuery plugin in Drupal 7|
You could include them directly in your theme's
page.tpl.php file as but it is not recommended
to edit modules or themes since it would affect
A cleaner way is to add the js in your theme's
info file. Look for the scripts section and add a
line to your plugin. Something like this:
scripts = js/plugin.js
Another approach would be to implement a custom
module where you would
|Viewing, adding and editing database content|
You were not clear if you need to merely manage
the data, or edit the data in Drupal. If managing
data is the need, use a front-end. Since you are
using Drupal, you must be using PHP. If you are
new to accessing databases, you may like to use
PHPMyAdmin http://www.phpmyadmin.net. It may be
already included with your PHP distribution if you
installed PHP with MAMP, or XAMMP or one of the
|drupal_write_records() doesn’t work for those fields which was created by hook_update_n()|
hook_schema or hook_update_N?
Drupal provides a very powerful and structured way
of upgrading your sites and making DDIC changes.
The two important hooks are hook_schema() provides
a structured, DB independent way of defining you
table schema. When a new module is installed, the
hook_schema() is automatically invoked (yes that's
the case in Drupal 7, while in Drupal 6 it had to
be explicitly used