It’s a lot easier to design an accessible website if you consider accessibility from the get-go, but we don’t always have that luxury. You’re far more likely to have an existing site on your hands, and, if you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering how to determine how accessible it is currently so you can get a better idea of what needs to be done. Here’s a simple guide to testing your Drupal site for accessibility.
During the development of Lucius we built quite a lot of features, that are embedded in the product (an open source Drupal distribution). But we figured some of these might come in handy for other Drupal site owners, outside of the OpenLucius Drupal install profile. So this is the first release we did: “Simple Like Button”, a very simple like button Drupal module that works in two steps:
Innovation within Canadian healthcare continues to provide better care experiences for those using the system. As the population ages and strains our facilities to care for those nearing their end-of-life, hospitals are looking at technological solutions to ease the burden on emergency rooms and give people access to accurate and timely healthcare.
In a previous article we explained the syntax used to write Drupal migration. We also provided references of subfields and content entities’ properties including those provided by the Commerce module. This time we are going to list the configuration options of many migrate source plugins. For example, when importing from a JSON file you need to specify which data fetcher and parser to use.