Creating a WordPress plugin where you need to create templates that can be overridden by the theme? Learn how to build a template loading system similar to WooCommerce allowing you to do just that!
If you’ve ever worked with WooCommerce theming, you’ve probably had to copy some of their templates files to your own theme in order to override the HTML. It’s a great system that allows frontenders the ability to change the output to match designs. In this article, I’ll walk you through how to do just that — easily add WordPress plugin template files.
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Create Drupal 7 menu links with empty titles! With Drupal’s hook_menu_link and <none>, create icon links & other styled links that have no text.
One of my biggest pet-peeves is creating Drupal 7 empty menu link titles since there’s no out-of-the-box solution. As a result it can be difficult to create stylized links, such as icons or background images. After many frustrating sessions I finally sat down to find a way to make this happen. Consequently, I began to think this was an impossibility and was unable to find a solution already in existence that did exactly what I needed it to do. However, Drupal 7 empty menu link titles are absolutely possible with just this one little snippet! Have no fear, theme_menu_link to the rescue! Continue reading “Drupal 7: Empty Menu Link Titles”
Need an array of user roles in your Drupal 8 site? Say goodbye to
user_roles(), say hello to
This function will return an associative array with the role id as the key and the role name as the value.
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Looking for how to create new module permissions in Drupal 8? Look no further,
$module.permissions.yml to the rescue!
In Drupal 8 permissions are now defined in
$module.permissions.yml file instead of using
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Boost the performance of your Drupal 7 website, improve usability and help with SEO by making content load via AJAX in just a few steps.
Drupal AJAX is a cinch to implement—as it should be since core is loaded with it. In just a few of steps I’ll show you how to use jQuery and Drupal’s
hook_menu() function to quickly build a AJAX function to return anything from HTML to a JSON array.
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