The Drupal 8 Editor File Upload Module is a great module for allowing your content editors to upload files directly in your website content. If you have ever needed to upload a file, and then include a link to that file, then the Editor File Upload module will be useful. Rather than having to upload the file manually using FTP or through another module, then having to go back to create a link in your content to that file, this module lets you do it all in one step.
Awhile back I posted a video on setting up a Drupal sub-theme. If you want, you can check out that video here. I think that the video does an alright job of explaining the steps you have to take to get a sub-theme to work properly. I don't however think it provides enough of the setting up a sub-theme "meat" needed to begin. The saying goes, the devil is in the details. Personally, I never liked that quote, but it is fitting here.
The Drupal 7 File Resumable Upload Module is a great way to allow your Drupal site to upload large files. This is especially helpful if your server limits the size of files you can upload to your Drupal site. The module simply replaces the standard Drupal file upload field with a better alternative that allows:
Backing up your website data is extremely important, however often times this backup process is forgotten until the day comes that it is needed. The Drupal 7 Backup and Migrate module makes this process extremely easy to implement and I highly recommend using this module if you are on some type of shared hosting or a server setup that makes it difficult to implement proper backups.
In this episode we look at the Drupal 7 Media module and how it can be used to manage all different types of media on your Drupal website. If you are looking for a better file management experience on your Drupal site, the Media module may be able to help you out. It is also useful for displaying content from other websites such as audio, images, or video.
In this episode you will learn:
- How the Drupal 7 Media module can be used to manage various types of media files on your Drupal site.