File upload error. Could not move uploaded file.

In Drupal, in example, version 7, you need to check the following if you encounter the error: "File upload error. Could not move uploaded file."

How to insert taxonomy term description in views, Global area

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; ?>

Drupal Views Taxonomy Dynamically Show Parent and/or Sub or Child Terms from a Vocabulary

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.

Views block displayed by Taxonomy Term which current node, content, page or URL is categorized using Contextual Filters

We all know by now Drupal 7 Views is powerful enough to filter and display dynamically any content in various and flexible ways, and the options are endless. It's just a matter of how and where you want it set up.

Scenario:

  • You have a Content Type (Node), let's say a content type called "Blogs" where content items added may be "Article about Drupal 7", "Article about Drupal 8", "Article about Joomla", "Article about Magento", and list goes on and etc.
  • You have a friendly URL based structure (probably using a Path Auto module generated URL aliases for your content types, content nodes, taxonomy vocabulary and terms)
  • You have a Taxonomy and Terms setup such as: "Blog Category" (Vocabulary), then listed under this are terms such as "Drupal", "Joomla", "Magento", and etc.
  • You want to display all blog contents in your block for this to show on any blog sections, listings or blog pages - no problem you can do that with the filter criteria alone (filtering by Content Type), then under Structure > Blocks adjust this block to show where needed (show in specific URLs only among other choices)
  • You want to display all contents "tagged" or categorized under a specific term in your block

How to Use Contextual Filters to show Blocks dynamically according to Taxonomy Term

  1. Set-up your block to display content, fields, etc. as required - format settings, fields settings, may also include setting up Relationships to show fields from other Content Types, entities, etc.
  2. Under Contextual Filters, add Taxonomy term: Name
  3. Under "When the Filter Value is NOT Available", choose "Provide default value"
  4. Under "Type", choose "Raw Value from URL" - this is due to your requirement to show blocks according to for example /blogs/category/drupal (this URL being the term listing or feed for "Drupal")
  5. In our example, "Path Component" is set to 3, because we want to target the term "drupal" in the URL /blogs/category/drupal (drupal being in the third placement of the URL)
  6. Check "Use path alias"
  7. Save then test by typing in drupal in your preview
  8. Enable the block in Structure > Block, then viola!Drupal-Views-Block-Display-Content-According-Taxonomy-Term.png

How to print custom user field (from user content type) to your node template or tpl file

Original post here https://www.drupal.org/node/1170380#comment-5996382

For author profile info on the node:

How to add and insert a taxonomy term field in Views content display

How to add and insert a taxonomy term field in Views content display
  1. You have a Views for content and it seems inserting a taxonomy term is not available from the field list filter. By default, only options unique or related to Content are available by default, and taxonomy term options seem missing or limited. We need to make these available from the options as well.
     
  2. In your Views page, add a relationship - choose Content: Taxonomy terms on node

How to customize Flag and DLike modules to print to a custom node--tpl file in Drupal 7

If you want to customize your Flag (Bookmark, Likes) module display in a custom theme node page or tpl file, for example in a custom node--blog.tpl below, you may use code examples and adjust as needed.

How to customize the UberCart Drupal 7 product template (node--product.tpl.php) and view display

Below is a general and simple outline of overriding and generate a custom display of your own Product display in UberCart for Drupal 7.

Drupal 7 Comment module: Remove default (Homepage, Subject) fields in tpl.php file

By default, Drupal's core Comment module displays core fields like Homepage, etc. There is no customizable setting from the Manage Comments area in your Content Type as these are already provided and outputted in the core template file. Exception for some fields like the "Subject" field. See instructions for removing the Homepage and the Subject fields separately below.

Menu modules for no menu links or no menu URL validation

Any Menu Path

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

This module allows you to put any relative path you'd like for a menu entry, even if the path doesn't exist on your site.

You might need this module for two reasons.

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