The Drupal 8 Scheduler module allows content editors on your Drupal site to schedule the publishing or unpublishing of content at a specific date and time. It’s a very simple module to setup and use, and provides a great feature for your content editors that want content to go live at a specific time.
Drupal 9 is planned for June 3, 2020 and we are aiming to make the transition as smooth as possible. In fact we build Drupal 9 in Drupal 8 with API deprecations and optional support for new dependencies (Symfony 4.4 is getting very close, while Drupal 8.7.0 was already Twig 2 compatible).
Do you want to add infinite scroll to your WordPress blog?
Infinite scroll is a web design technique which automatically loads your next page content when users reach the bottom of a page. It allows users to see more content on your blog without clicking on the pagination or ‘Load More’ button.
As we have promised to publish a detailed review of different Getwid blocks (and we always keep our word), here it is – another step-by-step guide on how to use Banner Gutenberg Block by Getwid. Getwid plugin by MotoPress contains 29+ blocks so far and we won’t stop on this number. Variety of functions is …
WordPress is the most popular CMS (content management system) on the internet. It allows you to easily set up flexible blogs and websites on top of a MySQL backend with PHP processing. In this guide, we’ll focus on getting a WordPress instance set up on a managed MySQL database on an Ubuntu 18.04 server.