We have good expertise and experience in upgrading drupal6 sites to drupal7 latest version. We have experience in upgrading very complex drupal6 sites to drupal7. So far we have upgraded many drupal6 websites to drupal7 website, but 2 of them were very difficult and had lot of contents, tables in them.
Before starting with SASS AND COMPASS you need to have Ruby gems so you'll need to have Ruby on your machine.
If not then download Ruby.
After completion of Ruby you will get a "command prompt with Ruby". So "Start Command Prompt with Ruby"
Nesting is quite common in programming
When we writing HTML or any other programming
we've probably noticed that it has a clear nested and visual hierarchy. But in CSS, Nesting
is not allowed.
Look these code I written in CSS
If you have a requirement where you need to display node of any content type, having value of one field should be in top and then rest value of that field from another node will come, this blog would help you to do so.
Sort views block by current node first might be using the module Views PHP.
Steps to create Sort views block by current node first:--
Step 1: Download DraggableViews module and enable it.
This module provides dragging entities and saving their order.
Step 2: Firstly Create a view
- Goto '/admin/structure/views/add' on your site and 'Create a page'.
Step 3: Create a new view page in your view to set order and apply these views setting.
SassScript supports the many types of operations such as Number Operations, Color Operations, String Operations, Boolean Operations, etc...
Lets see the example of each operation and learn how to use it in files...
SassScript supports the standard arithmetic operations on numbers (addition +, subtraction -, multiplication *, division /, and modulo %).
See the code i'm written in SCSS
The expose functionality provides the user to filter the result according to our choice.
Step 1: Create a views page with the fields you wish to display.
Step 2: Add the filter criteria fields
You add the filter criteria fields like ("title","type") etc. according to you want to filter the result. Suppose you want to expose a filter that allows users to filter result accroding to nid , so for your filter criteria, you'll check Content: Nid, and click "Apply".
The Views module is the most downloaded contribution on drupal.org. It is a powerful list-maker that not only provides a GUI for creating a query but also gives you options on how you want to display your data. This is an introductory tutorial to the world of Views and how you can use this great module to create listings of content.
<?php print views_embed_view('blog_posts', 'block'); ?>
Step 1: Install XAMPP
1. Download XAMPP From (https://www.apachefriends.org).
2. Install The XAMPP.
3. Open XAMPP Control Panel.
4. Click the "Start" buttons next to both "Apache" and "MySQL".
In Drupal, a Content Type is a pre-defined collection of data types (Fields) which relate to each other by an informational context. To create the content type just follow the following step.
1. Go to the Content types page (Admin > Structure > Content types > Add content type).
2. In Name Field give the name of content type.