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


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.

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.

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.

Social Icons

Social media is an extremely valuable tool for promoting your marketing content. However, with so many social networks providing their own individual content sharing and follow buttons, it's often difficult to know which social media button to use for what purpose.