If there’s one feature about WordPress that sets it apart from other content management systems (CMS) out there, it’s customization. Custom fields in WordPress are a built-in part of the CMS that lets you expand not only the meta-data and information you display, but also completely change the…
Many of us at ComputerMinds have always taken pride on doing Drupally things the right way whenever possible, and then helping the community do so too. One of these things is displaying values from fields on content entities. We wrote before about how to do this in Drupal 7 and Drupal 8. It’s now the turn of Drupal 9!
If you write custom Drupal 8 (or 9) modules, then you’ve probably used the entity QueryInterface – which is accessible from the Drupal::entityQuery() static method. If not, then you’re missing out on this incredibly useful tool that allows you to easily query a Drupal site for entities of any kind.