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You have created a website, a YouTube channel and now you want an easy way for visitors to subscribe to your channel. This short tutorial shows a fast and very easy way to add a YouTube subscribe button to your Drual website. The button is created in a custom block so we can put it anywhere on the site.
You installed a basic Drupal 8 website, created a few articles and now you want to customize the way the content pages look. When you go to “Manage Display” you can re-order fields but you can’t put them in regions.
Display Suite is the module designed to do just that. It offers extra regions on the “Manage Display” page with a drag-and-drop fields interface. There are different layouts with different sets of regions. You can move fields around without writing a single line of code.
You created a YouTube channel, uploaded some videos and now you want to create an easy way for people to subscribe to your channel. In a previous tutorial I showed you how to add a subscription button to your website (this tutorial) but sometimes you want to put the subscription in a link for instance to include in a Facebook post or a Tweet.
You created a website, created a Twitter account and now you want an easy way for visitors of your website to follow you on Twitter. There are modules out there to handle this for you but I like to keep the number of modules installed to a minimum and there is a very easy way to handle a follow button using custom blocks.
For this tutorial I am using an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS install. I already installed Apache2, Php 7.0 and MySql 5.7 on my machine. Drupal needs these to work. I am using a local install and my local site is accessible through http://localhost.