Author name: Ivan Zugec

Ivan is the founder of WebWash and spends most of his time consulting and writing about Drupal. He's been working with Drupal for 12 years and has successfully completed several large Drupal projects in Australia.

Getting Started with Bootstrap 5 using Radix in Drupal

Radix is a Bootstrap base theme for Drupal that provides a solid foundation for building your website. It includes built-in Bootstrap 4 and 5 support, Sass, ES6, and BrowserSync. This makes it easy to create a website that looks great on all devices and is easy to maintain.

In this video, you’ll learn the following:

  • Download and install Radix.
  • Generate a Radix sub-theme.
  • Integrate a Bootswatch theme in your site.
  • Implement the Carousel component using blocks and paragraphs.
  • Implement the Accordion component using paragraphs.
  • Display articles in a Bootstrap grid using Views.

How to Generate Content using Artificial Intelligence in Drupal with OpenAI

The OpenAI/ChatGPT module allows you to integrate OpenAI’s artificial intelligence technology into your Drupal website. This can generate, translate, summarize content, answer questions, and more.

To use the module, you must create an OpenAI account and obtain an API key. Once you have your API key, you can install the OpenAI module on your website.

The module’s functionality is broken down into separate sub-modules. Just install the module that you plan to use.

In this tutorial, we’ll look at the following modules:

  • OpenAI CKEditor integration
  • OpenAI Content Tools

Integrate ConvertKit with Gravity Forms in WordPress: A Step-by-Step Guide

Gravity Forms is great for creating all sorts of forms such as contact us or application forms. Another excellent use for Gravity Forms is to create newsletter sign up forms.

The Gravity Forms ConvertKit Add-On plugin for WordPress integrates ConvertKit with Gravity Forms.

The plugin allows you to create a “ConvertKit Feed” to send submissions from Gravity Forms directly to ConvertKit. You could create a newsletter sign-up using Gravity Forms and send submissions to ConvertKit.

Gravity Form fields can be mapped to custom fields in ConvertKit and you can tag subscribers from Gravity Forms.

How to use Checkboxes and Radio Buttons on Field Widgets in Drupal

If you create an entity reference or list field, you will notice the “Check boxes/radio buttons” widget on the “Manage form display” page. How do you switch between checkboxes or radio buttons? Because the widget has no settings to choose the form element.

Drupal automatically switches between the elements depending on the “Number of values” option on the “Field settings” page.

How to Integrate Mailchimp with Gravity Forms in WordPress: A Step-by-Step Guide

Integrating Gravity Forms with Mailchimp is a breeze with the Mailchimp add-on. This plugin streamlines the process of connecting your Mailchimp account and Gravity Forms, enabling you to collect new subscribers directly from your forms.

The add-on makes it easy to map form fields to Mailchimp fields, specify which lists to add subscribers to, and even set up double opt-in confirmation. By automating the process of adding new subscribers to your Mailchimp list, this integration saves you time and helps you keep track of your audience more effectively.

Getting Started with Elementor in WordPress

Elementor is an all-in-one WordPress page builder plugin that makes creating stunning websites easier. With its intuitive drag-and-drop interface, users can create beautiful and responsive pages in no time. Elementor also has a variety of templates and widgets to further customize your website’s look and feel.

The beauty of Elementor is that it takes away the hassle of coding while still allowing users access to powerful design features like custom fonts, full page layouts, animations, parallax backgrounds and more. It also offers extensive documentation so anyone can learn to use Elementor quickly and easily.

Customize View Fields using Twig in Drupal

Views is a powerful module that allows you to create all sorts of components. It can be used to create something simple such as a list of articles, or complex such as a carousel or even an embedded map.

The Views UI can be intimidating if you’re new to Drupal, but as you use the module, you’ll find bits of functionality hidden deep in the interface.

One feature I want to discuss, which may not be evident at first, is the ability to add Twig code into view a fields.

Adding Twig code into a field allows you to change a field’s output dynamically. Which can be helpful under certain circumstances.

To add Twig code or some HTML into a field, click on the field, expand “Rewrite results”, check “Override the output of this field with custom text” and add your code into the text area.

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