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.
You made a YouTube video, published it and now you want to share it with the video thumbnail. First time I came across this myself I found out that the default thumbnail for you video is very small. You go to your "Creator Studio" page on YouTube and save the thumbnail of your video. Right click and then "Save image as". This gives you an image of 120px wide and 90px height. Very small. So where are the larger images?
When I started using Firebase realtime database in my app I Quit Smoking it was very easy to test. All the data in the database was from development with the emulator. I released the new version of the app and there where a few errors. So I started to work on that. I soon discovered a practical problem being that the data in the database contained live data. I didn’t want to corrupt that. I used to following steps to get a debug database.
You created a YouTube channel and uploaded your first videos. You created an Instagram account and started uploading photos. You created a website and are writing articles on it. Whatever the platform and content, it is time to get noticed.
In Android there is a very simple way to add a date picker to your app with just a few lines of code. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to set up the DatePicker, show the date in a TextView and calculate the age based on the users input.
In the last few years, Twitch has become the premier platform for streamers. Twitch's huge user base makes it attractive to anyone to gain a large audience, and earn a living in the process. For the longest time, this benefit was restricted to the highly successful chosen few. Thankfully, Twitch has an affiliates program as a means of getting smaller streamers verified so they too can start earning money and building an audience. The criteria that you are required to meet are as follows