Layout in Drupal 8

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Dan Moriarty and Adam Fuchs

What’s the best approach for building out web pages in Drupal? If you’re a designer, site builder, themer or editor in charge of producing a functioning website, layout is an important consideration.

Of course we’re talking about content, but also functionality and design – you likely have custom designs you need to turn into functioning webpages, complete with different regions, different media, different callouts and multiple columns.

If you’re new to Drupal 8, or just Drupal in general, there are many options and approaches you could take. We’ll introduce you to what’s available, what’s changed in Drupal 8, and how you can make the right decision for building your custom website.

Learning Objectives & Outcomes:
Overview of how page layout and theming gets done in Drupal 8
A review of popular options for layout, including Paragraphs, Panels, Blocks and custom Twig templates


2 thoughts on “Layout in Drupal 8”

  1. Great presentation! Thumbs up for the panelizer module! Wow!
    Also check out the Bricks module! It is a super lightweight solution that uses core functionality; (also has reusability, revisions), great for components based design. There are some videos on youtube. Thanks for the presentation.

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