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Drupal Tutorials #21 - Webform - A Better Contact Form Module
 
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This Drupal 7 tutorial shows Drupal users how to create and configure more robust and multiple contact forms using the Webform module. Subscribe for more free tutorials https://goo.gl/6ljoFc, more Drupal Tutorials here: https://goo.gl/YDHhLW http://drupal.org/project/webform Support Free Tutorials https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/ The best shared web hosting http://www.bluehost.com/track/leveluptutorials/ Subscribe to Level Up Pro for extra features! https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/products/pro Subscribe to the Level Up Newsletter http://eepurl.com/AWjGz To Support Level Up Tuts: http://leveluptuts.com/donations Simple cloud hosting, built for developers.: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=67357174b09e This Drupal 7 tutorial series shows users how to build websites with the very popular open source content management system Drupal 7.
Views: 58350 LevelUpTuts
Drupal webform with dynamic dependent fields
 
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(Friendlydrupal.com Tutorial) - How to create a contact form using webform module + webform dependent fields (on the same page). We'll be using US states and Canadian provinces as an example.
Views: 64701 friendlydrupal
Drupal 7 Options Element: A quicker way to add radio and checkbox options
 
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Drupal 7 Options Element: A quicker way to add radio and checkbox options Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 192: https://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-options-element-quicker-way-add-radio-and-checkbox-options We kept things simple for this episode of the DDoD. The options element module uses Javascript to create an easy way to create radio button and checkbox options for fields on a Drupal content type. Before this module you had to add key|value for each options you wanted. Using this module the key and value is broken down into two fields making it easier to distinguish the difference. Also, the added javascript will allow you easily add additional options with just a click of a "+" sign or delete an options with a click of the "x" button. Reordering is easier as well, you can simply drag and drop all the options to get the order exactly how you want it. This is by knows means a life changing Drupal module, but I would recommend this module if you are looking to improve your user experience quickly and easily. Links: Options Element Module - https://www.drupal.org/project/options_element Daily Dose of Drupal Options Element Module - https://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-options-element-quicker-way-add-radio-and-checkbox-options CodeKarate.com - http://codekarate.com Code Karate YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/codekarate Code Karate Google+ Page - https://www.youtube.com/user/codekarate Twitter account for Code Karate - http://twitter.com/codekarate Twitter account for Shane Thomas - http://twitter.com/smthomas3 Twitter account for Adam Learing - http://twitter.com/adamlearing Code Karate Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/codekarate
Views: 3552 Code Karate
How to Create Forms using Webform and Contact in Drupal 8
 
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In this webinar, you'll learn how to create forms using Webform and Contact module in Drupal 8. Sections: Contact Module - What's new in Contact module (02:03) - Manage contact form types (04:34) - Create Contact form type (05:05) - Default fields on Contact form (06:37) - Add field to contact form (07:44) - View submission (09:01) - Configure "Manage display" (09:57) Webform Module - What's new in Webform module (12:25) - Install Webform (14:11) - Overview of Webform admin page (16:31) - Create form using Webform (18:33) - Adding elements to forms (18:56) - Add pages to forms (21:17) - Conditionally display fields (22:20) - Form settings (28:58) - Add email notification to form (31:15) Webform Integration with Google Sheet - Introduction to Zapier (36:30) - Create zap in Zapier (38:40) - Configure Webform to send post to webhook (39:36) - Test intergration with Google Sheets (43:27) Questions - Question: how to prevent spam (46:08) - Question: Views integration with Webform (55:25) Resources: - https://www.drupal.org/project/webform - https://www.drupal.org/project/contact_storage - https://www.drupal.org/project/webform_views - https://www.drupal.org/project/recaptcha - https://www.drupal.org/project/honeypot
Views: 9551 WebWash
Webform module for Drupal 8
 
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The Webform module is a form builder and submission manager for Drupal 8.
Views: 16971 Jacob Rockowitz
Using Webform in Drupal 8, 2.4: Create List Options
 
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Learn how to create reusable list options for elements. --- Connect with us --- Website: http://bit.ly/2PH0m0m YouTube: http://bit.ly/2Pa1nys Twitter: http://bit.ly/2Ql9l4p Facebook: http://bit.ly/2QlVbQu Instagram: http://bit.ly/2OreI00 #drupal #webform
Views: 104 WebWash
How to Build a Drupal 7 Webform
 
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I hope this Drupal 7 webform tutorial is helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions. I can be reached at http://garzawebdesign.com.
Views: 5668 Frederico Garza
Drupal Webform Conditionals
 
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How to use Drupal Webform Conditionals. For more tutorials on how to use Drupal modules, visit us on http://www.drupalman.com We provides many tutorials on how to use Drupal modules. If you confuse on how to use a module, visit us.
Views: 919 Dev Station
Options for Mobilizing Your Site with Drupal
 
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Andrew Kucharski. In 2010 global mobile data traffic tripled for the third year in a row. Between 2010 and 2015, Cisco predicts that there will be approximately 7.1 billion mobile devices connected to the web (roughly one per person on this planet). By 2014 mobile internet usage is expected to overtake desktop internet usage. (source: GigaOm, Mary Meeker of Morgan Stanley) Numerous people today already access the Internet exclusively on their smartphones and do not own a desktop or laptop computer. As Drupal developers, designers, and themers, it's foolish for us to continue to assume that our work will only be viewed on a desktop or laptop screen. Today's website must deliver a tailored experience to the mobile web user that utilizes unique capabilities only available on such a device -- geolocation, screen rotation, etc. This experience must be just as flawless as it is on their full size device. The mobile user expects personalization, interactivity, and adjustments to his or her context. We will go over business and architectural options with Drupal for providing your content or moving your app to mobile users. This session will answer questions such as: What does a user expect when using a mobile site / web application? What are the different device classes and capabilities? How do I detect if a mobile browser is visiting my site and what kind? What are the technical challenges and how to work around them (or use them to my advantage)? What are the mobile web development tools, modules, and technologies at my disposal? @mrmaksimize and I presented this session in Chicago Drupal Camp 2011. If you like the format, vote it up! http://drupalcampchicago.org/sessions/mobile-web-development-drupal **This session is intended for those responsible for creating such experiences: architects, developers, themers, and designers.** http://2012.drupalcorn.org/sessions/options-mobilizing-your-site-drupal
Views: 5346 drupalcorn
Advanced Training - Drupal 7 Webforms
 
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Advanced Content Editor Training Video - Learn how to add a webform to your website.
Views: 238 ISUExtensionWeb
Multisteps form
 
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Drupal Multisteps Form.
Views: 5000 Vladimir Melnic
Webform Conditional
 
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Drupal 7 Webform Part 2
 
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Part 2 of 2, Drupal 7 Webforms. This part shows how to edit the emails and the forms settings.
Views: 2292 thecornerweb
Drupal 7 Panels Module Basics (part 1) - Daily Dose of Drupal episode 128
 
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The Drupal 7 Panels module allows the creation of customized page layouts using an easy to use drag and drop page builder. Panels can be used to build custom pages, change the layout of node (or content type) pages, and even modify the Drupal user profile or account page. In this episode you will learn: - An overview of what the Drupal Panels module is and how it can be used - A quick overview of Drupal 7 Panels options and configurations - How to create a custom Drupal 7 Panel page Links: http://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-panels-module-basics-part-1 http://twitter.com/smthomas3 http://drupal.org/project/panels Thanks to ModuleNotes.com (http://modulenotes.com) for sponsoring this episode of the Daily Dose of Drupal.
Views: 71151 Code Karate
Drupal Webforms Quicktip: Turn a Webform into a Block
 
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One of the most useful features of Webforms is it's ability to offer itself up as a block. Just create a webform, click the "Webform" tab, "Form Settings", "Advanced Settings" and checkmark the "Available as Block" checkbox. Head over to http://interworks.com/blog/drupal for more.
Views: 6733 Scott Siemens
How to work with Drupal's caching options | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This Drupal tutorial shows how to improve web site performance by enabling the page caching option. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Drupal-7-tutorials/Creating-and-Editing-Custom-Themes/86650-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-86650-0803 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter eight of the Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Theme course presented by lynda.com author Chaz Chumley. The complete Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Theme course has a total duration of 3 hours and 36 minutes and explores how Drupal default themes are configured and structured and how to install and edit a theme Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Theme table of contents: Introduction 1. Setting Up the Environment 2. Using Theming Tools 3. Theme Administration 4. Theming Concepts 5. Customizing Exiting Themes 6. Creating a New Theme 7. Customizing Templates 8. Making Your Theme Production-Ready 9. Migrating a Theme from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 Conclusion
Views: 4519 LinkedIn Learning
Build Your First Drupal 8 Site, Lesson 10: Contact Forms
 
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Let's allow people to contact us. By default, Drupal provides us with a contact form. We can use the Contact forms module to create more sophisticated forms. Discover more great Drupal training: http://ostraining.com/drupal-training Get 50% off off your first month at InMotion Hosting: https://secure1.inmotionhosting.com/cgi-bin/gby/clickthru.cgi?id=ostrainingvideos&page=4 Find out more about OSTraining's Drupal training by visiting http://ostraining.com/drupal-training As a proud Drupal Organization Member and sponsor, InMotion Hosting has been a CNET Certified Hosting company for the past 10 years straight and running. Our Drupal Hosting comes with Free Automated Backups, 1 Click Drupal Installations, suPHP for superior security, 24/7 US based support, and a dedicated Drupal Support center. We have an exclusive discount for those of you watching these OSTraining videos – 50% off! Click below to get 50% off shared hosting or 50% off your first month of VPS hosting. https://secure1.inmotionhosting.com/cgi-bin/gby/clickthru.cgi?id=ostrainingvideos&page=4
Views: 26183 OSTraining
Drupal 7 Webform Module Again - Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 12
 
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Today we take a deeper look at the Webform module and see how it can be used to build out more complex forms. This is useful if you need to build more complex surveys or questionnaires on your Drupal 7 website. In this episode you will learn: - How to create a more complex form with the Drupal 7 Webform module - How to create a multi-page form with the Drupal Webform module - How to use e-mail tokens in the Drupal Webform module
Views: 11595 Code Karate
Webform Help: Administering and Extending the Webform module
 
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This screencast walks through administering the Webform module's admin settings, options, and behaviors.
Views: 1234 Jacob Rockowitz
Drupal 7 Installation Requirements and Options
 
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Full series: http://www.leveltendesign.com/tutorial/course/getting-started-drupal-7 In this tutorial we will look at the requirements and recommendations for installing Drupal. We also review several different options for hosting your Drupal site.
Views: 16725 Tom McCracken
Learn Drupal - Metatag, Webform, CAPTCHA
 
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http://www.learn-drupal.com/tutorial/create-website/metatag-webform-captcha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfWPFF7V8vw How to do Seo for Drupal website? Do you need forms in Drupal. What about antispam protection for your Drupal site. In this short tutorial we will talk about how to use Metatag Module for Drupal which give you option manage your keywords, titles and so on. We will create contact form via Webform Module in our Drupal site and add on it CAPTCHA antispam protection. Drupal Tutorial Beginner How to use Drupal Metatag Module How to use Drupal Webform Module How to use Drupal CAPTCHA Module
Views: 897 learn-drupal.com
Create Amazing Select Boxes with Chosen in Drupal
 
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By: Ivan Zugec http://webwash.net | http://twitter.com/webwashnet Modules: - Chosen (https://www.drupal.org/project/chosen) - Libraries API (https://drupal.org/project/libraries) Transcript: Chosen is a jQuery plugin that converts long select boxes into a more user friendly form element. The plugin adds auto-complete functionality to select boxes, and this makes it easier for users to navigate through long select lists. Go to the Chosen homepage to see it in action. In this video, we'll look at the Chosen Drupal module which integrates the jQuery plugin with Drupal. Before we begin, download the Chosen plugin directly from GitHub and extract the zip file into `sites/all/libraries`. Once the plugin has been extracted the path should be `sites/all/libraries/chosen`. Finally, download and install Chosen and Libraries API module. Chosen works pretty well out of the box. But let's head over to the configuration page, go to Configuration and Chosen. The most important field is the "Apply Chosen to the following elements". Here you can control which elements Chosen will be applied on. By default Chosen will be applied to all select elements. But if you want more control over which elements it's applied on, then use this field. As an example, let's now limit Chosen to a single select element. First change "Minimum number of options" to "aways apply" and click on "Save Configuration". Click on Content, and what we'll do is only apply Chosen to the "Update options" drop-down list. First, we need to inspect the element and get the ID. The ID for the element is "edit-operation". Head back to the Chosen configuration page and add "select#edit-operation" into the field and click on Save configuration. Now, if we go back to Content, Chosen has only be applied to the "Update options" drop-down list. That's how you limit Chosen to a specific element. Now let's head back to the Chosen configuration page. Before we continue add "select:visible" back in. The "Minimum number of options" select list is another to take note of. By default it's set to 20, what this means is that Chosen will only be applied to an element if it has 20 options or more. You can change it so that Chosen aways applies, or you can choose between 5 or 25. Next, you can change the minimum width of the widget. By default it's set to 200px. If you scroll down, you can change the way Chosen searches select options, and you can also change a few strings that are displayed by the element. Let's now apply Chosen to the Tags field on the Article content type. Go to Content, "Add content" and Article. You can see that the Tags field is a auto-complete widget, we first need to change it over to a select element for Chosen to work. Go to Structure, "Content types" and "manage fields", and click on Edit. Click on the "Widget type" tab and select "Select list" from the "Widget type" drop-down list and click on Continue. Now if we head back to the "Create article" page, Chosen should be applied onto the Tags field. You can select an option directly by clicking on the field or you can search options by typing.
Views: 6851 WebWash
Adding Multi-Level Options to Forms in Drupal
 
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The Drupal modules allows only one level of form options i.e. A question followed by its options. In many cases we need further information based on the option chosen by the user. This video showcases how to do it View Other Drupal Videos:: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRapXqKiQA8
Views: 1114 DrupalTipsByTekriti
Drupal Webform - Using tokens with external redirect
 
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Video of drupal webform bug occurring, despite having the latest version. https://www.drupal.org/node/1244072
Views: 455 Jeff Magill
Webform Tutorial
 
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A tutorial for how to use Webforms in Drupal.
Views: 2833 osuengwebdev
Drupal 7 Rules Module Basics Part 1 - Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 24
 
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Learn about the basics of the Drupal 7 Rules module and how the Drupal Rules module can be used to react to specific events that happen on your Drupal 7 website. In this episode you will learn: - What the Drupal 7 Rules module is and how you can use it to build more advanced Drupal websites - How to build Drupal 7 Rules to react to specific events that occur on your Drupal website - How to configure conditions to limit when your Drupal Rules should be triggered - How to set up actions to fire when your Drupal 7 rules are triggered
Views: 27925 Code Karate
Drupal 7 - How To Limit Reference Field Options
 
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"Django - The Easy Way (2nd Edition)" book is a practical, step-by-step guide on how to build Django websites: https://leanpub.com/django-the-easy-way You can find full source code in here: https://samuli.to/Django-The-Easy-Way-Source. ABOUT THIS TUTORIAL https://samulinatri.com/blog/drupal-7-field-option-limit ABOUT ME Hey there, my name is Samuli Natri. I have been a software developer since the 90's. I attended Helsinki University Of Technology (Computer Science) and Helsinki University (Social Sciences). WEBSITE: https://SamuliNatri.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SamuliNatri FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/NatriSamuli
Views: 4034 Samuli Natri
Webform Help: Adding Elements, Composites, and Containers
 
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This screencast walks through adding elements, composites, and containers to forms.
Views: 2297 Jacob Rockowitz
How to Store and Geocode Addresses using Location Module in Drupal 7
 
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By: Ivan Zugec http://webwash.net | http://twitter.com/webwashnet Modules: - Location (https://drupal.org/project/location) - GMap (https://drupal.org/project/gmap) - Views (https://drupal.org/project/views) - Ctools (https://drupal.org/project/ctools) Resoures: - Geocoding(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geocoding) Transcript: The Location module has been around for as long as I can remember, in Drupal 6 it was one of the only ways to store address and geographical coordinates. In Drupal 7, it is just as powerful. Location comes tightly integrated with the GMap module, and most of the time you would use both modules together. Location is used to store addresses and GMap is used to display the addresses in a map. If you want to use something other than GMap for mapping, then look at the "IP Geolocation Views & Maps" module. In this video, I'll show you how to store and geocode an address on an article using the Location module. Before we begin, download Location, GMap, Views and Ctools. Then enable Location, "Location CCK", GMap, "GMap Location" and "Views UI". Location allows you to display its address form in two ways: through a field using the "Location CCK" sub-module or directly in the node form using "Node Locations" sub-module. The module's data is always stored in the location table no matter which sub-module you use. I prefer to define a custom field using "Location CCK", but it's just a preference. In this tutorial, we will use the "Location CCK" sub-module to display the address form. So go to Structure, "Content types" and click on "manage fields". Enter Location as the label, select Location from the field type drop-down list and click on Save. We need the module to allow us to collect City, "State and Province" and "Postal code" on the address form. On this page, select Allow for City, "State and Province" and "Postal code". Then click on "Save field settings". And click on "Save settings". Now that we have our field, let's go ahead and configure Location to geocode entered addresses. Before we move on, let's quickly discuss Geocoding. Geocoding is a process of converting a postal address (street name and suburb) into geographical coordinates like latitude and longitude. Most of the mapping services out there like Google Maps offer geocoding. To have addresses geocoded, all we need to do is configure Location to use a particular geocoding service for a specific country. So go to Configuration, Location and click on "Geocoding Options". From the "Google Maps geocoding minimum accuracy" drop-down list select "Address level accuracy". For this tutorial, I'll turn on geocoding just for Australia. But on a production site you would want to turn on geocoding for a few major countries. Once you've selected a few countries, scroll to the bottom and click on "Save configuration". Now that we have our field and geocoding setup, let's go ahead and make sure addresses are getting converted. Go to Content, "Add content" and click on Article. Fill out the form, and enter in a real address into the location field. Once you save the form, you should see the address with coordinates. So you followed along with this video, added a location field and configured geocoding. But when you add an address it's not being geocoded. Here are four steps I would take to debug the issue. First, check the values in the location table. The first place to start your investigation is to look directly in the location table in the database. Always look directly in the location table and make sure there are values in the latitude and longitude columns. Second, make sure you're connected to the internet. Make sure you're development computer or production server has access to the internet. For geocoding to work, Location needs to use these services over the internet. Third, use a real address This may seem obvious, but make sure you use a real address. And fourth, can't geocode addresses from a specific country If you're having trouble with addresses not being converted from a specific country; then make sure you configure geocoding for that country in the "Geocoding options" page. As you can see, storing addresses in Drupal is pretty easy using Location. It only takes a few minutes to configure the module. In part two of this series, we'll learn how to create a map using GMap and Views.
Views: 1938 WebWash
Drupal 7 Splashify Module - Daily Dose of Drupal Episode 158
 
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In this episode we cover the Splashify module. This module is used to display splash pages or popups. There are multiple configuration options available to fit your site needs. In this episode you will learn: - How to set up Splashify - How to configure Splashify - How to get Splashify to use the Mobile Detect plugin - How Splashify displays to the end user - How to be awesome Links: - http://codekarate.com/daily-dose-of-drupal/drupal-7-splashify - http://twitter.com/smthomas3 - https://www.drupal.org/project/splashify
Views: 6082 Code Karate
Creating powerful data collection with Webform
 
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Michael Hofmockel. Webform has grown into a powerful data collection tool. Come create your first survey with this robust module. Learn some of the new features in version 3. http://drupal.org/project/webform http://2012.drupalcorn.org/sessions/creating-powerful-data-collection-webform
Views: 11380 drupalcorn
Configuring the Webform module
 
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This presentation walks through all the configuration settings available to manage forms, submissions, options, handlers, exporters, libraries and assets.
Views: 199 Jacob Rockowitz
WYSIWYG Settings for Drupal 8
 
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Learn how to configure the WYSIWYG settings, what Basic HTML and Full HTML mean, and how to use the Allowed Formats module for Drupal 8.
Views: 669 Evolving Web
Why Use Webform?
 
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See more of this series at https://drupalize.me/videos/introduction-why-use-webform?p=1456 In this series, Amber will show you how she gathered her wedding invitation responses on a Drupal site using Webform module. You'll learn how to: Collect data from users Build common types of form fields (including text fields, numeric inputs, and radio button option lists) View, export, and analyze those responses Automatically email responses as they're submitted Understanding the basics of Webform empowers you to create your own custom forms such as surveys, feedback forms or your very own RSVP form. Dive in and learn the basics of Webform. Discover hundreds more Drupal tutorial videos at http://drupalize.me/videos.
Views: 133 Drupalize.Me
Webform checkboxes
 
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This video commences with the solution to the assignment of the previous video. Then I cover how to make a checkbox field to receive multiple-value input from the user.
Views: 588 vasillis-javed khan
How to store Addresses and Locations in Drupal 7
 
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By: Ivan Zugec http://webwash.net | http://twitter.com/webwashnet Modules: - Address Field (http://drupal.org/project/addressfield) (7.x-1.0-beta4) (7.x-1.0-beta4) - Geofield (http://drupal.org/project/geofield) (7.x-1.1) - geoPHP (http://drupal.org/project/geophp) (7.x-1.7) - Geocoder (http://drupal.org/project/geocoder) (7.x-1.2) - Ctools (http://drupal.org/project/ctools) (7.x-1.3) Resoures: - geoPHP (github.com/phayes/geophp) Transcript: In the good old Drupal 6 days, when you had to store an address and have that address converted into a latitude and longitude you would use the Location module. If you wanted to display a Google Map on your website, you would use the Gmap Module. In Drupal 7 the landscape has changed and now you have a lot more options than just using the Location module. A lot of the functionality that the Location module gives you can be found in four separate modules: Address Field, Geofield, geoPHP and And Geocoder. Address Field allows you to store postal address. Geofield allows you to store geographic data in a number of formats, like longitude and latitude. geoPHP provides Drupal integration with the geoPHP library. And Geocoder, this module is used to convert a postal address into geographic coordinates. In this video I'll show you how to setup the modules mentioned, to allow users to enter in an address and then have a map displaying the location of the address. You may think that installing four modules to handle addresses and locations is a bit too much. This method does give you some flexibility. Let's say, for now, you only need to store addresses, but in the future you may want to store coordinates as well like longitude and latitude. Then, just setup Address Field to handle addresses for now and Geofield later. Before we get started there are a few modules we need to download. Go download and install the following modules: Address Field, Geofield, geoPHP and Geocoder. You'll also need to download Ctools for Address Field and Geocoder. Now that we have downloaded and installed all the required modules, let's go ahead and setup our fields. For this video I have created a content type called Venue, which I'll use throughout this video. But you can use Article or your own content type. Go to Structure, "Content types" and click the "manage fields" link on a specific content type. Enter Address into the Label field. Venue address into the machine name field. Select "Postal address" from the "Field type" drop-down and "Dynamic address form" from the Widget drop-down. Click on the "Save field settings" button. Configure the address field if you need to, then click on "Save settings" to return to the "manage fields" page. The address field that we just created, will be used to store a postal address. The next field we'll create will store the coordinates for the entered postal address, we'll use the Geofield module for this field. So enter in Location as a label. Venue_location as the machine name. Select Geofield from the "Field type" drop-down list, "Geocode from another field" as the widget. Then click on Save, and click on "Save field settings". Change the "Geocode from field" drop-down to Address. Scroll to the bottom and click on "Save settings". Now that we have everything setup, let's test the fields. Go to Content then "Add content" and I'll click on Venue. And enter in a proper address, then click on Save. So how does this all work? First, the address field is used to store an address that's it. The magic happens with GeoField and Geocoder. When we created the field we used a widget called "Geocode from another field". When you create piece of content with an address, Geofield grabs the address from the address field and uses the Geocoder module to converts the address into longitude and latitude coordinates and stores the coordinates in the location field that we created. In the next part, we'll use the coordinates to display a map via a field formatter. Currently the location field is just displaying coordinates, that's a bit useless. Let's display a map interface instead. Geofield ships with a sub-module called "Geofield map". This sub-module allows you to display a map via a field formatter. So go ahead and enable the module, once enabled go to Structure, "Content types" and click the "manage display". Select "Geofield Map" from the Format drop-down and click on save. You can configure the formatter by clicking on the cog wheel. In the formatter settings you can adjust a bunch of stuff like width, height, zoom level or map type and more. Now if we go back to our content page, we should see a map. And there you go
Views: 2338 WebWash
Drupal 8 overriding configuration in settings.php
 
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In this video, we are going to learn how we could override the site configuration directly from our settings.php. We are also going to learn how to get the currently active value with the help of the Drush command config-get. If you liked this video, please also have a look at my course about Drupal 8 module development here (with 50% discount): https://goo.gl/LPyeDw More videos and stuff you may find on https://drupal-up.com To support us please, don't forget to share, subscribe, like and comment on the video!
Intro to Drupal part 2:  Blocks, Menus, Taxonomy and Webforms
 
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Drupal is a powerful content management framework that enables individuals and organizations to affordably produce sophisticated websites. Even better, it is free, open source, and built and maintained by the Drupal community. This three-part webinar series introduces the key building blocks of a Drupal site. By the conclusion of the third webinar, you will have enough knowledge to get started on building your Drupal site. If you maintain content on an existing Drupal site, you will have a better understanding of how the site is structured and how you can simplify your workflow. About the presenter: Rain Breaw Michaels, the principal trainer with the Cherry Hill Company, has been building websites since 1998. An active member of the Drupal Community and well-known trainer, Rain has taught web development at colleges and universities across the country, as well as presented at DrupalCons, Drupalcamps and user groups. Her web development work has run the gamut from large NGO sites such as the League of Women Voters of California to sites for state and local libraries and small businesses. The Cherry Hill Company provides integration, development and consulting services, specializing in innovative and efficient web solutions for Libraries, Government and Universities.
Views: 82 TLA CE
Drupal 8 Day: Flexible Page Layouts and Elements with Paragraphs
 
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This videos shows what we've accomplished using the Paragraphs module and the advantages or clients love over other layout modules. This video was recorded during http://Drupal8Day.com. Find more great Drupal training by visiting https://OSTraining.com/drupal-training This session was presented by Krystee Dyer. Creating flexible layouts can be a challenge for website admins with tools such as panelizer since the options are often too numerous and can be hard to find. It also can provide too much flexibility and present styling challenges. Our goal was to find a way to make customizing pages easier for our clients while still giving them structure and a streamlined editing experience. We found the answer in paragraphs. Paragraphs allows website admins to design landing pages for a specific purpose while not making it too difficult to achieve the custom look. This presentation will demonstrate what we have accomplished using paragraphs and both the limitations we have found and the advantages or clients love over other layout modules.
Views: 10059 OSTraining
WebForms: Using Rules
 
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This intermediate form-design video shows you how to use Rules in your forms. With Rules you can control precisely how users fill out the form fields.
Views: 1377 RJS Software Systems
Using Field Collection In Drupal 7
 
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Read full tutorial at http://webwash.net/v-a4 Module: Talk (http://drupal.org/project/field_collection) By: Ivan Zugec (http://twitter.com/zugec) In Drupal 6 fieldsets allowed site builders to group form items together. If a client asked for the ability to attach extra supporting data to a content type, you were stuck creating another content type and then create a relationship between both types using a node reference field. In Drupal 7 you would simply create a field collection for the supporting data. ---Full Transcript--- Hello and welcome to a short screencast on using the Field collection module in Drupal 7 For a detailed tutorial on using Field collection, go to the link below. Field collection allows you to add a collection of fields to any entity like nodes, users and taxonomy terms. It'll make more sense if I simply demonstrate what the module can do. Let's say for example, you have an article content type and would like to attach the author's first and last name to each article like so.[Show example field colleciton] How would you do this? You could write a custom field or you could create a field collection field. Using field collection is pretty straight forward. If you know how to attach and manage fields on a node, than you'll be able to understand how field collection works. Now we'll create a field, so follow along if you like. First, start off by going to a content type and create a field collection field like so. We'll call the field "Authors". And select "Field collection" as the field and "Embedded" as the widget. Then, click on "Save". On the field edit page, select "Unlimited" as the "Number of values" then, click on "Save settings". Right, our field has been created, next let's go ahead and attach some fields to the field collection. To add fields to our new field collection, go to "Structure" then click on "Field collections". Our field called "field_authors" now appears here, because we just created the field. To attach fields to our field collection, just click on "manage fields". And add fields the same way as if you were adding them to any content type. Continuing with our example, we will need to create a first and last name field. Go ahead and create a "First name" field. And Select "Text". Next, create a "Last name" field. Now let's test our field. Go to "Add content" and click on the content type. There you can see the new field. Now, add some authors. And there are the authors. Finally, Field collection also allows you to add, edit and delete individual collections directly from the node view page. Thank's for watching and don't forget the check out the detailed tutorial at webwash.net
Views: 34804 WebWash
Drupal:Quiz Formation
 
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Views: 1778 Amar Palwankar
Adding and editing content in Drupal 7
 
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Full series: http://www.leveltendesign.com/tutorial/course/getting-started-drupal-7 This tutorial is a quick run through of how to add, edit and find content in Drupal. We discuss various node options by creating an article and basic page. We conclude by reivewing Drupal's content list page enabling us to do bulk updates and link to nodes for review and editing.
Views: 50434 Tom McCracken
How to View & Download Web-form Results in Drupal
 
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Simple Tutorial to receive and download the results of any web form you may have on your Drupal website.
Views: 268 Craig Heier
Entityform Module for Drupal 7
 
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The Entityform module allows you to build forms using any available fields from Drupal core or contributed modules. For example, you can create a form using the Address Field module to collect user addresses with properly formatted address fields that change dynamically for each country the user may select. For more links and article go to: https://3cwebservices.com/node/108/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/3CWebDev

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