Option 1: Field Slideshow and Field Collection modules

Provides a Slideshow formatter for Image fields, using JQuery Cycle plugin.Compared to Views slideshows, building the slideshow from multiple nodes, this module builds it from a single node, with a multi-valued Image/Media/Field Collection field.

https://www.drupal.org/project/field_slideshow

Here is a list of those oftentimes necessary table modules for Drupal that works for views (list to date).

Simple Responsive Table

https://www.drupal.org/project/simple_responsive_table

Foo Table

https://www.drupal.org/project/footable

Zurb Responsive Tables

https://www.drupal.org/project/zurb_responsive_tables

Responsive Tables

A common error on Drupal 7 running on PHP 7: Fatal error: Only variables can be passed by reference in C:\xampp\htdocs\xxx\sites\all\modules\commerce\modules\cart\commerce_cart.module on line 1344

Fixes:

Introduction

In a previous blog post, we explained what hierarchical paths are, gave examples, and solved a problem with the pathauto module of Drupal 7 that caused certain links to contain a buggy "front" slug.

In this blog post, we will go deeper into all the issues that come with implementing a proper URL paths hierarchy in Drupal 7 and try to propose working solutions where possible.

Normally, templates come in default by printing all content fields by:

<?php print render($content); ?>

But if for some reason, you wish to display everything, yet you need to exclude or omit certain field values from displaying, you may want to use:

<?php

hide($content['field_image']);

print render($content);

?>

In above example this will output everything by default, yet hide the image of the node.

As of Drupal Media module version 2 and 3, there are a lot of modules, contributed or custom which have yet to upgrade its code to complement with Media's major overhaul. Notably, this error I kept encountering with Drupal 7 projects:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function media_include_browser_js() in

To troubleshoot and fix this:

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You may consider using PHP for this.

  1. Go to your Views
  2. Header > Add
  3. Select Global: PHP
  4. Use PHP snippet below to display the current term description
  5. You may use additional fields as necessary, arguments, arrays, etc.
<?php $current = taxonomy_term_load(arg(2)); ?>
<?php if ($current): ?>
    <div class="taxonomy-description">
        <?php echo $current->description; ?>
    </div>
<?php endif; ?>

Views can do this. Views is a UI for sql searches so you are setting the definition for the query that will be made of the content database.

  1. Create a view to display a taxonomy term with a page with a path configured along this line category/%. The % is a wildcard that will make the view respond to any value applied in the URL that matches this format.

  2. Set up your display and any filters desired.

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