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Page manager allows you to collect and manage contextual information in a flexible and consistent way. It is an important part of building infrastructure on Drupal websites, and you should know how to use this module.
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Organize your content in multiple languages in a consistent way with the state of the art method. Learn how Drupal's new field-based approach to entity translation will change the way you structure, display, and translate multilingual content.
Multilingual site building with Drupal can be challenging, and using field-based translation with Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 introduces many new benefits and challenges for site builders. For a long time, the standard content translation method has been to have a separate node for each language. With field-based translation, one piece of content holds all translations on a field-by-field basis.
In this session, I'll walk you through the process of building a multilingual website and planning multilingual content, and particularly how field-level translation fits into the mix.
Learn how to use the schema.org Drupal module to enable rich snippets on your Drupal 7. Download the module from http://drupal.org/project/schemaorg
The person, event and recipe types from schema.org are known to work at the moment, but there are probably more types that are working. Feel free to experiment and report back at http://drupal.org/project/issues/schemaorg
Update: The mapping for "name" which is shown at 1min40s is now automatically set for you and is no longer shown in the UI.
More background on schema.org and Drupal 7 at http://openspring.net/blog/2011/09/30/schemaorg-rich-snippets-drupal-7-rdfa
Rooms is an open source project that allows you to create a rich booking experience for your site. It is based on the Drupal CMS and uses Drupal Commerce to handle the checkout and payment of Bookings.