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One other option to consider and may not work for you is to use the EXIF module and have it automatically grab the EXIF caption and then you are good to go with bulk upload using something like: Multi …
answered Jul 26 '12 by Danny Englander
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You are on the right track: Create a new field in your content type of type "Long Text", call it something like Ingredients Text ("ingredients_text") for the machine name -- the text that will be w …
answered Feb 22 '12 by Danny Englander
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I've been playing around with this for the better part of a few days now with no luck. Here is my Collection data: Collection name: field_video_collection Within the collection there is a field call …
asked Apr 1 '13 by Danny Englander
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In Drupal 7, I can do this in a custom field template to print the alt tag of an image: <?php print $item['#item']['alt']; ?> And though "item" seems to be a variable in Twig / drupal 8 fields, I c …
asked Dec 20 '13 by Danny Englander
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I can use a template preprocess function for node to simply get the alt tag of an image field image using the venerable field_get_items as such: function MYTHEME_preprocess_node(&$vars, $hook) { // G …
asked Jun 25 '13 by Danny Englander
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I just tested this and it works for me: {% for item in items %} {% set counter = ( counter | default(0) ) + 0.2 %} <div{{ item.attributes.addClass(item_classes) }} data-depth="{{ c …
answered Aug 12 '16 by Danny Englander
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As I was having issues with this working in teaser mode, another way to do this is to forgo the preprocess function altogether and render this in your custom image field template using the #item var t …
answered Jun 25 '13 by Danny Englander
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I have an imagefield, 'event_image' and printing all possible variables for the field tells me I have timestamp as a possible variable of the image to render. I use: print '<pre>'; var_dump(get_defin …
asked Jan 20 '13 by Danny Englander