A weird issues came up after upgrading from Views version 7.x-3.7 to 7.x-3.8. The pager was missing from all views.
After making sure that there are enough results to bring up a pager, and that the pager ID was unique for each view that shows up in the same page, we noticed the one thing that all views had in common: They all used Global: PHP fields.
A request that often comes up is to change the order of the Addressfield fields.
In this example, we are creating a custom module in order to position the Country field at the bottom.
It is a very simple function, and the other elements can be positioned in a similar fashion.
Heartbeat messages were showing up nicely on a project we have been working on lately, bringing up all the member activities including changing the user account details, adding or editing nodes and commenting on nodes.
Everything was working fine right out of the box - except one minor inconvenience that we noticed: all comments were showing up twice in the heartbeat stream.
Here is a useful snippet that you can use to change an already existing drupal textfield into a text area. Just replace the field_machine_name with the machine name of the field that you would like to change.
If you do not want to use i18n_string and i18n_field in order to translate the Order total, Shipping & Billing Information texts, that show up in the cart and on the checkout pages when using Drupal Commerce, the following hacky approach should do the trick.
First, the following funcion can be used in your template.php file:
There is a very handy php function that allows us to quickly check all the available variables in a tpl file (e.g. html.tpl.php).
Assuming that the devel module is installed, the following line should do the trick: