The example/result of "Update Manager Advanced" module

The "Update Manager Advanced" module modifies the Drupal "Available updates" email report to include the information normally shown at /admin/reports/updates/update, with links to the module updates and their release notes description.


Since starting from Drupal v8.8.0 has removed the Wikimedia merge plugin and replaced it with a Composer 'path' repository, a native Composer feature which serves the same needs as the merge plugin with fewer disadvantages, in this short article, I want to show how to manage dependencies for a custom project.

menu items

During a migration of the content and testing the functionality, we are playing a lot with adding/removing menu items for nodes. Here's a snippet on how to delete all links in a menu.


Sometimes we need to completely remove all nodes, for example, when you copy a site for another project. Here the examples.

Scroll To Top / Back To Top

Very often when developing or maintaining a site, clients ask me to create functionality in the footer that will scroll the page to the top. I know this can be done with the helpful and wonderful Back To Top module, but I am the person who tries to have as few enabled contrib modules as possible on the site and save time on support in case a new version of the module appears. In my short article, I will show how to make similar functionality in 5 minutes.