In one of our previous articles, we showed you how to configure CKEditor in Drupal 8. This time, we are going to demonstrate how you can expand the editor’s functionality on your own. In the case of many websites, the basic functions of CKEditor are more than enough.
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At Droptica, we have been regularly recruiting PHP developers for quite some time now. We often get asked what exactly does one have to know in order to join our team, mostly by people who are starting their careers as developers or who want to switch jobs or even industries.
This year, Droptica turns 5! Many things in the company have changed during this time. We want to reflect these changes in the form of a new logo and describe our rebranding process. Our new logo represents who we are and who we want to be more accurate. Image change is part of our continuous development.
In one of our previous articles, we showed you how to start a project based on docker-drupal application. Now we would like to go a step further and show you how to add new elements to our site based on the example of mailcatcher. As we mentioned earlier, thanks to docker we can get a set of blocks, which – when properly arranged – give us a nicely working project.
Another year is over, and we are glad to acknowledge that we are very proud of what happened during this period! In short, 2017 was the best year in the company’s five-year history. That is why we decided to share a brief summary of the year with you. See what we achieved over the last 12 months and what we have in store for 2018.
19.12.2017TechnologyBusiness & PMDrupal
To create a big, frequently updated website, you need more than just skilled editors. A solid technological foundation is also a must. If you have a hard time choosing from the ocean of possibilities, Drupal, a versatile system of CMF-class comes to your rescue.
What is the CKEditor? It is one of many visual HTML editors. It allows you to easily enter text using an interface that resembles such editors as OpenOffice. It makes text formatting easier through a set of buttons that serve, among others, for things such as:
Everyone who codes in Drupal will sooner or later encounter the need to define tighter control of access to content. The standard mechanisms of roles and permissions are very flexible, but they may be insufficient in complex projects. When access to nodes starts to depend on, for example, fields assigned to a given user, then you have to take advantage of more advanced solutions.