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CKEditor Templates

CKEditor templates

Estefanía López
Have you ever found yourself wanting to get more out of your HTML editor? Do you want to reuse designs from the rest of your web pages? Well, if that is the case, stay and read on. Introduction The drupal core comes with one of the best open source text editors: CKeditor. This text editor allows us to write good content with different options. However, sometimes, the functionalities of this HTML editor are not enough for the user.
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Drupal and DDEV

Drupal and DDEV

Cristo Perera Rincón
DDEV is an open source tool that uses docker to quickly create local PHP development environments. It has different templates for different frameworks and CMS, and of course Drupal is one of them.
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Elementor: Add new widget

Neftalí Guerrero Pancorbo (Nesta)
Elementor is a Drupal module whose purpose is to generate pages in a simple way, "drag and drop", the different widgets and applying the corresponding styles on the fly.
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Olivero theme

Olivero, the new Drupal 9 Theme

Daniel Ortega
In the previous post, we already told that some news are coming with Drupal 9. Today, we want to comment on one of the most popular news, the new ‘Olivero’ theme. The long and arduous journey that a ‘drupaleer’ has very often started with this image:
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Drupal turns 20 years!

Drupal turns 20 years!

José Antonio Rodríguez Carvajal
Today, 15th of January 2021, we have something to celebrate: that our favourite CMS is turning 20 years old, and what's more... in great shape!
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May 2021 be (even) better! - Drupal Christmas card

May 2021 be (even) better!

Rafael Martín
2020 won’t probably be remembered as a good year. COVID-19 has taken the world by surprise and has completely changed the “status quo” and the “normal” way of life has become a “new normal” way of doing business, working, and living our lives.
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Drupal in public administration - Santanyí Town Hall

Drupal in public administration

Blanca Iturmendi
The commitment of the Public Administration to open source software has increased exponentially in recent years and today we can tell that it is a fact both nationally and internationally. Proof of this can be found in the world of web portals and more specifically in DRUPAL.
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