Create and push to Docker Hub
Creating your own custom image... you need to have a Docker ID. Not sure, well most likely you created it to download Docker Desktop. If you don't have one, go to Docker and sign up.
In your text editor create a file called Dockerfile in the same directory you want to have as your local site. No extension, just Dockerfile. Paste in this code and save the file:
If you are using theme_get_settings, such as:
$value = trim(theme_get_setting('my_setting'));
Then in your code editor you will also be seeing undefined function 'theme_get_setting'. This function has been deprecated for some time.
Instead, you need to use
Passing the theme.manager and theme.initialization services to theme_handler constructor as optional parameters is deprecated. These parameters are also mandatory.
What am I setting out to achieve?
I want to meet the following requirements:
This page will be a progressive outline of moving those regular run scripts that really need to be automated. Or triggered by a keyword.
These scripts are rsync commands
The initial scripts
Having Drupal Solr Search APi running, I thought adding synonyms to the mix would be a smooth process.
Install synonym module
I want to create a content type that has a paragraph. Easy enough.
What happens when I want to extend this concept and have a paragraph within the first paragraph? Importantly, then display the second paragraph in a twig file.
How to create a content type that holds a paragraph within a paragraph and make it display in twig files?
Have you tried to run a composer update script that has bower-asset/jquery-ui-slider-pips set? I have and realised that jquery-ui-slider-pips package had been removed. So I added it back, and ran the command composer update.
Setting up the admin password.
1. Edit jetty.xml
To begin you are going to edit the file “server/etc/jetty.xml”. However, if you aren't sure of the location of jetty.xml, run the command
find / -name jetty.xml -type f
For me, the output was
Argument 1 passed to Drupal\Core\File\FileUrlGenerator::generateString() must be of the type string, null given
Have you noticed through your Google account that there are items being indexed that shouldn't have been? One for me was taxonomy terms. Not important to be followed.
- Being indexed on my sitemap (do I just erase those entries on the XML file?)
- Being crawled (I am guessing this is with a robots.txt file though I have never created one before)
- Being viewed (stumbled upon) -> if this even possible to block?