Changing aliases for nodes in Drupal 8

When working with your nodes (content unit such as Articele, page, etc), they are assigned a default node identifier. This identifier becomes part of the URL that specific page. For example, the first node you create, whether it be an Article or a Basic Page, the identifier will be /node/1 as it is the first Read More >

How to add a node to a menu in Drupal 8

When working with content types such as Articles and Basic Pages, etc you will have the ability to configure whether they show in the navigation menus. Below is a quick guide that shows how to configure which menu the link to the content page (also called a node) will display. Adding a node to a Read More >

Adding new Articles in Drupal 8

Out of the many different content types in Drupal 8, there are only two that are available by default, the Article and the Basic Page. This article will focus on the Article content type. What is an Article? The Article content type is one of two content types that are enabled by default upon installation. Read More >

Content Types in Drupal 8

After installing Drupal 8, you may be ready to run and create your new website. However you may want to take a quick look at the different content types you will be working with. Websites can use a variety of different content types such as informational pages, polls, blog posts, news articles etc… Knowing the Read More >

How to create a Basic Page in Drupal 8

While there are a few different content types in Drupal 8, there are only two that are available by default. These are the Article and the Basic Page. This article will focus on the Basic Page. What is a Basic Page? The Basic Page is typically used for content that is static, or rarely changes. Read More >