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In Drupal, a self-contained collection of content and functionality that is displayed in theme regions is called block.

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Why use PHP filter when you can configure your block using the UI.
answered May 9 '16 by No Sssweat
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This is a css thing. You need to right click on your page and select Inspect Element then find the name of the div class that has the content within the tab. Then just give it a fixed height and an ov …
answered Apr 9 '15 by No Sssweat
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right click with mouse on the Quicktab in question, and copy url. Then use that url on your slider.
answered Jul 13 '16 by No Sssweat
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The easiest way is to create a block and add your code to it if it's html or javascript code. Then for Show block on specific pages select only on the listed pages and add articles/* This will affect …
answered Apr 28 '15 by No Sssweat
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This happened to me once, turns out it was added through the context module. So check if your site has it. Else, could have been added through the Panels module or the Display Suite module. So check …
answered May 11 '17 by No Sssweat
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For your contextual filter use Provide default value, User ID From URL. (this automatically extracts the uid from the url (page) and the uid does not need to be in the url).
answered Dec 20 '15 by No Sssweat
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In your view, for HEADER (located in the middle of the edit view screen) Add a Global Result Summary. Then just use the @total token like in the picture below. This will count the number of rows in yo …
answered Jun 11 '15 by No Sssweat
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Assuming all of your underwriting/* nodes are of a certain content type and this content type does not have anything else than underwriting/* as path Go to /admin/structure/block and find your block …
answered Feb 4 '17 by No Sssweat
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Just click Place block and in the filter up top, search for them and place them again.
answered Feb 10 '17 by No Sssweat
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From my experience, this happens when you disable the Main page content block and save the changes. After doing this, clicking save will not do anything. The simple fix is to enable the Main page con …
answered Dec 18 '16 by No Sssweat
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You need to right click and inspect the elements and find the div class or id that belongs to those blocks or fields. Then with CSS you can center them. See CENTERING THINGS. So just add the css to …
answered Feb 5 '16 by No Sssweat
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You could and should do your PHP logic with template_preprocess_block. As creating a programmatic block just so you can use PHP is more work than necessary, overkill, for this use case. Also, withou …
answered Feb 3 '17 by No Sssweat
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Simply go to /admin/structure/block and add the block to a region. In configure block, under Visibility, click on pages tab and type path with wildcard /taxonomy/term/*. Therefore, this block will …
answered Feb 3 '17 by No Sssweat
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You could use this code to print the count. <?php $view = views_get_view( 'test' ); $view->set_display('block'); $view->set_arguments( array( 1, 2, 3 ) ); $view->execute(); $count = count( $view->re …
answered Jun 20 '15 by No Sssweat
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install the livechat module and rocket_chat module. Setup the rocket_chat module. Go to [Structure][Block layout]. there you can place the livechat block using the "Place block" button. …
answered Jul 9 '18 by No Sssweat

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