AJAX does not work in views for anonymous users of Drupal 8

I have a view in Drupal 8 with an exposed form with AJAX enabled. It works fine for admin users, but not for anonymous users.

I've included in my theme library file:

dependencies:
- core / drupal.ajax

But it still does not work.

HD v7

BlackHatKings: cryptographic speculation and investment
Posted by: Davidbendy
Post time: June 24, 2019 at 11:51.

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BlackHatKings: Proxies and VPN Section
Posted by: MervinROX
Post time: June 23, 2019 at 12:40.

8 – Proximity Filter Geolocation & Views – Can you set proximity to 0 (zero) by default?

I'm trying to see if there is a way to set the default proximity filter of the views so that it enters zero for proximity values ​​when the filter is empty, so we can sort the data using a different default field.

What I currently have

A view that lists the location nodes (which use the geolocation module) using the "Content" view / rendering. The format parameters are defined to force the fields, so we can define the information of the proximity field. The view has an exposed proximity filter using Google Geocoding and the proximity field is set to center with respect to this proximity filter.

In addition, the view is sorted first by proximity and then by title.

Proximity filtering works

When users type an address, the view is sorted by proximity and works as expected.

Desired result

A user visits the page, the locations are sorted by title in alphabetical order, and if an address is entered in the filter, the locations are sorted by proximity then by title.

What's going on now

When the page is initially loaded and nothing has entered the filter, the locations appear to be sorted in an arbitrary / random order. If you display proximity, it's clear that sorting always happens by proximity, but I do not know what.

Are there any suggestions for configuring this differently? Are there any points I could access to replace the proximity value by zero if the filter is empty?

I have searched a lot on Google and have tried to look in the queue for problems, but I have not found any guidance yet. Thank you in advance to all those who are able to offer their help or direction.

views – The custom facet processor does not show up in facet settings

We have a custom module,mymodule, where we create a custom facet processor for a facet we created (myfacet). When we activate the module and erase the cache, we do not see the new processor display.

Question:

  • How to get a custom faceted processor to display

Install

  • Add articles Category (taxonomy term) to index for search
  • Created a view (My opinion) with display of the page.
  • Created facet where source facet = My opinion and field = Category >> Taxonomy term >> Name
  • Name = myfacet

What we tried:

  • When we navigate to / admin / config / search / facets / myfacet / edit, the processor does not show up.
  • Disabling the module, enabling and clearing the cache, but nothing.

Here is the code we tried for mymodule, but it does not display. He followed Facetapi-processor-blogpost, but that does not appear as an option.

mymodule / src / plugin / facets / processor / MyModuleProcessor.php

getProcessors ();
$ config = isset ($ processors[$this->getPluginId()])? $ processors[$this->getPluginId()] : no;
to build['character'] =[
& # 39; # title & # 39; => $ this-> t (& # 39; Character to hide),
& # 39; # type & # 39; => & # 39; textfield & # 39 ;,
& # 39; # default_value & # 39; =>! is_null ($ config)? $ config-> getConfiguration ()['character'] : & # 39;
& # 39; # description & # 39; => $ this-> t ("All results starting with this character will be hidden."),
];
return $ build;
}
/ **
* {@inheritdoc}
* /
building the public function (FacetInterface $ facet, array $ results) {
$ processors = $ facet-> getProcessors ();
$ config = $ processors[$this->getPluginId()];
$ char = $ config-> getConfiguration ()['character'];
/ ** @var  Drupal  facets  Result  ResultInterface $ result * /
foreach ($ results as $ id => $ result) {
if (strpos (strtolower ($ result-> getDisplayValue ()), $ char) === 0) {
unset ($ results[$id])
}
}
returns $ results
}
}

mymodule / config / schema / mymodule.schema.yml

plugin.plugin_configuration.facets_processor.mymodule_replace:
type: cartography
label: Settings for the processor hide-starts-with & # 39;
mapping:
character:
type: string
label: character

views – Invert the facet parameter for a single search option

What would be the right approach to reverse a single-faceted option? Is it even possible by the system?

That's what I have in mind:

Suppose we have a set of facet elements to select in a certain view to refine (or expand) the results.

One of them is

"accepted animals".

But what would be the best idea to make it functional as a

"unauthorized animals"

(to reverse the overlap of the filters and the result)?

This only affects one option, not the entire facet.

Is this implementation somehow or should I rewrite the views query and modify the facet myself?
Creating a new facet element option is unfortunately not possible.

Do you have a good idea for this? 🙂

Thank you

Drupal 7 Views: How to sort the fields in the Views table programmatically with hook_views_default_views ()

I've created all the view configurations and exported the views_default.inc. After reimporting my custom module, the fields in the sort table do not work and need to be manually configured again. I want all the sort configuration to be done through the code so that I do not have to do it from the administrator.

        $ view = new view ();
$ view-> name = & # 39; calendar & # 39 ;;
$ view-> description = & # 39 ;;
$ view-> tag = & # 39; Calendar of Events & # 39 ;;
$ view-> base_table = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ view-> human_name = & nbsp; Calendar of Events & nbsp ;;
$ view-> core = 7;
$ view-> api_version = 3.0 & # 39 ;;
$ view-> disabled = FALSE; / * Change this to true to make a default view disabled initially * /

/ * Posting: Master * /
$ handler = $ view-> new_display ('default', 'Master', & # 39; default & # 39;) & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['use_more_always'] = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['link_display'] = & # 39; page_1 & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['access']['type']    = & # 39; perm & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['cache']['type']    = & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['query']['type']    = & # 39; views_query & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['query']['options']['query_comment']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['exposed_form']['type']    = & # 39; basic & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['pager']['type']    = & # 39; date_views_pager & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['pager']['options']['date_id']    = & # 39; month & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['style_plugin'] = & # 39; table & # 39 ;;

/ * Sort criteria: Content: Title * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['title']['id']    = & # 39; title & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['title']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['title']['field']    = & # 39; title & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['title']['order']    = & # 39; ASC & # 39 ;;

/ * Sort criteria: Content: Start date * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_start_date']['id']    = & # 39; event_start_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_start_date']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_start_date']['field']    = & # 39; event_start_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_start_date']['order']    = & # 39; ASC & # 39 ;;

/ * Sort criteria: Content: End date * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_end_date']['id']    = & # 39; event_end_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_end_date']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_end_date']['field']    = & # 39; event_end_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['sorts']['event_end_date']['order']    = & # 39; ASC & # 39 ;;

/ * Field: Content: Title * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['title']['id']    = & # 39; title & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['title']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['title']['field']    = & # 39; title & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['title']['label']    = & # 39; Event Title & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['title']['link_to_node']    = FALSE;

/ * Field: Content: Start date * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_start_date']['id']    = & # 39; event_start_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_start_date']['table']    = & # 39; field_data_event_start_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_start_date']['field']    = & # 39; event_start_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_start_date']['settings']    = table (
& # 39; format_type & # 39; => & # 39; short
& # 39; custom_date_format & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; fromto & # 39; => & Nbsp; both
& # 39; multiple_number & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; multiple_from & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; multiple_to & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; show_remaining_days & # 39; => 0,
)
/ * Field: Content: End date * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_end_date']['id']    = & # 39; event_end_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_end_date']['table']    = & # 39; field_data_event_end_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_end_date']['field']    = & # 39; event_end_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['fields']['event_end_date']['settings']    = table (
& # 39; format_type & # 39; => & # 39; short
& # 39; custom_date_format & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; fromto & # 39; => & Nbsp; both
& # 39; multiple_number & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; multiple_from & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; multiple_to & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39; show_remaining_days & # 39; => 0,
)
/ * Filtering criteria: Content: Posted * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['id']    = & # 39 ;; status;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['field']    = & # 39 ;; status;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['value']    = 1;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['group']    = 0;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['expose']['operator']    = FALSE;
/ * Filtering criteria: Content: Type * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['id']    = & # 39; type & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['field']    = & # 39; type & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['value']    = table (
& # 39; msd_calendar & # 39; => & # 39; msd_calendar & # 39;
)
/ * Display block * /
$ handler = $ view-> new_display ('block', 'Block', 'block_1');
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['use_ajax']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['use_ajax'] = TRUE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['hide_admin_links']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['pager']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['pager']['type']    = & # 39; date_views_pager & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['pager']['options']['date_id']    = & # 39; mini & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['style_options']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['row_plugin']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['row_options']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['arguments']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['filter_groups']    = FALSE;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['defaults']['filters']    = FALSE;
/ * Filtering criteria: Content: Posted * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['id']    = & # 39 ;; status;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['field']    = & # 39 ;; status;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['value']    = 1;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['group']    = 1;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['status']['expose']['operator']    = FALSE;
/ * Filtering criteria: Content: Type * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['id']    = & # 39; type & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['table']    = & # 39; node & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['field']    = & # 39; type & # 39;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['value']    = table (
& # 39; msd_calendar & # 39; => & # 39; msd_calendar & # 39;
)
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['type']['group']    = 1;
/ * Filtering criteria: Content: Start date (event_start_date) * /
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['id']    = & # 39; event_start_date_value & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['table']    = & # 39; field_data_event_start_date & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['field']    = & # 39; event_start_date_value & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['operator']    = & # 39;> & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['group']    = 1;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['expose']['operator_id']    = & # 39; event_start_date_value_op & nbsp;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['expose']['label']    = & # 39; Start Date (event_start_date) & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['expose']['operator']    = & # 39; event_start_date_value_op & nbsp;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['expose']['identifier']    = & # 39; event_start_date_value & # 39 ;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['filters']['event_start_date_value']['default_date']    = & 12 hours today;;
$ handler-> display-> display_options['block_description'] = & # 39; System failures & # 39 ;;
$ translatable['calendar'] = table (
t ("Master"),
t (plus' #),
t ("Apply"),
t (& # 39; Reset & # 39;),
t (& # 39; Sort by & # 39;),
t ('Asc'),
t ("Desc & # 39;),
t ("Event Title"),
t ('Start date'),
t ('End date'),
t ('Start date (event_start_date)'),
t (& # 39; Block & # 39;),
t ("system failures"),
)

$ views[$view->name] = $ view;
returns $ views;

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If you automatically delete a table / column, the views are dropped – how to prevent it instead?

If I have a view that uses a column and I delete that column / table, the view is deleted automatically.

Is there a parameter that I can modify to prevent the column / table from being deleted, warning that it has dependencies?

ADSENSE: High number of page views, low CPC

I have been using adsense for many years now, but I have never "studied" it. I've always used it on websites that had between 500 and 2000 users a day and still had a low CPC of 0.03 to 0.06.

A week ago, I added ads on a news website generating more users. For example, in the last 7 days, I had 30,000 users, AdSense Pageviews: 117,882 and Adsense Impressions: 177,406 and 400 clicks.

Even with these higher figures, my cpc remains about the same (0.06 € to 0.09 €), with one exception: one day, the CPC climbed to 1.04 € but the next day fell at 0.08 €.

We work a lot on the website, but Adsense is not affected. We publish an average of 15 articles per day (single content).

What do I forget here?