I was brought on board to help recover a website that was possibly exploited by hackers, a Drupal 7 project. What triggered the investigation? My client was informed that their customers were receiving spam emails from the website.
After a thorough review of the project's code base and database. I found multiple exploits and backdoors. All of the issues/exploits were within the Drupal core. None of the contrib. or custom modules were exploited.
Currently "Buy X and Get Y" discount is only related to the whole order and not at the order item level.
I needed order item level discounts. e.g. buy 10 or more of the same product and get 10% off that order item.
The new promotion will only discount at the order item level for order items with a quantity of 10 or more.
I created this post to have a quick overview of the two different Drupal 8 modules that extend the default node title length. There are currently two modules: Node Title Length and Entity Title Length.
Both modules are easy to set up and both have a very minimal configuration. I do recommend the Node Title Length module due to being in a stable and released state.
Node Title Length [Recommended]
By default Drupal 8 commerce 2.x product variations do not have a default currency setting for multi-currency projects.
Currently, there is a patch in the works to solve this issue. The patch can be found in the commerce issue queue: https://www.drupal.org/project/commerce/issues/3016777
Thank you a.dmitriiev for creating a patch to solve this issue!
Drupal 8 has a really great configuration synchronization system, and is great for syncing up different environments. When creating new modules and adding new fuctionality I really enjoy working with Drupal 8's configuration synchronization tool. Not only does this tool take the guesswork out of updates that need to be made on other environments. The configuration synchronization also allows for all changes to be documented.