Now that I have this wonderful new blog, I want to help my viewers by letting them know where they are in the hierarchy of my site when they're looking at a particular blog post. By default, Drupal's breadcrumbs aren't quite as helpful as I'd like as every page has only a 'Home' breadcrumb at the top, since I'm not using the menu system, as much as taxonomy to organize my blog posts.
Here is how you can use the Custom breadcrumbs module to configure how you want your node types, paths, taxonomy and/or views to control the display of breadcrumbs on your site.
The 'Structure' admin menu section is the place where you add/edit/delete blocks, content types, menus and terms for your site! It has all the building blocks needed to set up a site's structure. Here we go over those sections one-by-one.
The default Google Analytics configuration on your site will send over the usual information: geographic location of your visitors, what browsers and operating systems they're using, page clicks, page load times, etc.
I love Drupal's Printer, email and PDF versions module, which allows you to add links to any of your content types to provide that content in a print-friendly fashion or in a PDF or simply to send to a friend via email. But how can I add the same functionality to a certain View?
How can you easily provide the styles you want to your content editors, through CKEditor, without giving them access to all varieties of font sizes, colors and styles beyond the set you want to allow on your site?
Here is what you can accomplish with some CKEditor customizations: you can create a customized 'Styles' drop down (as shown below), including only styles you want to be used on your site by content authors and editors. You can use that to replace the 'Format', 'Font' and 'Size' drop downs that are enabled by default, so your content creators can no longer create pages with font styles that do not fit and/or are not pproved for your website.