GoSend is a global eCommerce and shipping company (package consolidation) enabling consumers around the world to buy products from retailers in the United States that are not shipped outside the USA and save on sales tax and shipping costs. With a number of US retailers not offering international shipping and purchases with non-US credit cards, their vision was to create an online shopping experience that matches the ease and convenience of consumers buying from their own country.
Active maintainer of the Webform module Jacob Rockowitz contacted us and praised our developer Alexander Trotsenko and his efforts in regard to Webform Views Integration module. Jacob expressed his wish to meet Alex, shake his hand and buy him a well deserved beer. :D
Along with the University Computing Centre - SRCE (acronym SRCE is also a Croatian word for HEART), and Drupal Croatia Association we have teamed up to bring you a completely new and different Drupal camp experience.
Croatian National Tourist Board is a national tourist organisation founded with the purpose of creating and promoting the identity and reputation of Croatian tourism, planning and implementation of the common strategy and the conception of its promotion, proposing and implementation of promotional activities at home and abroad of common interest to all operators in the tourism industry, and improvement of the complete Croatian tourist offer.
The idea of Drupal 8 is to avoid writing HTML directly in PHP code when making a custom module. In this example, we will show you how to create a custom block programmatically, create a custom Twig file and render desired variables to a template.
Drupal behaviors documentation suggests that we use the "once" method to prevent binding the event handler multiple times on Ajax requests.
In this example we are showing how to add a custom button to user edit form with its own function submission handler.
When you're creating a module in Drupal 7, most likely you'll end up creating some kind of configuration form for your module. In Drupal 7 the easiest way to do this is through variables.
Using flags on large datasets allows for user customisation. A user can flag nodes, comments, users, and any other type of entity. Some possibilities include bookmarking, flagging friends, flagging important, visited/seen or offensive content.
We are a Drupal born company, created for one purpose - Drupal. This is how we've built our Drupal company.
We recently rebranded our company to Websolutions Agency. Why? Well, there are two main reasons.