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New Navigation Sidebar (Experimental) in Drupal 10.3

Drupal 10.3 introduces a new experimental navigation module, offering a modern alternative to the traditional toolbar.

Key features of the new navigation bar:

  • Located on the left side of the screen.
  • Automatically expands menus on hover.
  • Allows users to drill down through configuration pages.
  • Replaces the top toolbar on the home page.

To try it out:

  1. Ensure Drupal 10.3 is installed.
  2. Go to “Extend” and search for “navigation”.
  3. Install the “Navigation” module (not “Navigation top bar”).

The new navigation bar provides a fresh, modern look for Drupal sites. However, as an experimental module, it may contain bugs or undergo changes in future updates.

Those interested in exploring this new feature can install the navigation module and experience the updated interface firsthand.

What new Drupal 10.3 feature are you looking forward to?

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Download and Install Drupal Starshot (Early Prototype)

Drupal Starshot is a new packaged and pre-configured version of Drupal that was announced at DrupalCon Portland. It is not a separate fork or rewrite of Drupal.

Drupal Starshot takes advantage of the new Recipes feature introduced in Drupal versions 10.3 and 11.

Recipes allow installing Drupal with a complete, ready-to-use website, going beyond the standard installation profile.

More details about the Drupal Starshot initiative are available on its official page.

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Getting Started with Webform in Drupal (2024)

Webform is a Drupal module that allows you to create forms directly in Drupal without using a 3rd party service.

It can be used to create basic “Contact Us” and complex application forms with custom field logic and integration.

In this getting started guide you’ll learn how to:

  1. Create a form
  2. Add elements to form
  3. Customize form with conditional logic
  4. Embed the form
  5. Send submissions to Google Sheets

This tutorial accompanies the video above.

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Getting Started with Gutenberg (Block Editor) in Drupal (2024)

The Gutenberg Editor is a powerful page building tool for Drupal that utilizes a block building system to create and edit content.

This comprehensive guide walks you through each step of setting up and using the Gutenberg Editor.

From downloading and installing the Gutenberg module, to enabling it on your content types, and finally using it to create your content using blocks, this guide has you covered.

To get the most out of this guide, follow the video above.

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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.

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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

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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.

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