qa – How to differentiate different types of tests for a dashboard containing multiple widgets of equal importance?

I am currently working on two analytics applications containing about 50 widgets, namely ring, pie, pie and column charts.
I have to write smoke test cases, sanitation, regression, acceptance and solution for these dashboards. How will I differentiate these types of tests for dashboards?

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[GET][NULLED] – WooCommerce Dashboard Widgets Stats v5.1

Which libraries or widgets can I use to get a web frontend like this? (Auvik)

I am totally new to the Web GUI for applications. I would like to know which libraries or which widgets were used to create the interface below

I'm mostly interested in the tree graphics part, but the other components on the mage (left menu bar and bottom section details) are also elements for which they were built.

Builder Page – linking widgets on separate pages

we use a page generator with a layout generator widget by siteorigin. Is it possible to link widgets with something like id, so that two widgets with the same id on separate pages will always be the same? We have common sections on pages, so it is now necessary to edit each page, not just one.

widgets – Social media buttons can only be viewed in private mode – why?

I can view and click on all the social media buttons: Twitter, Pinterest, Google, etc., as well as the button I like in the footer, but only when I browse privately. If I'm sailing as usual (not private) then I do not see them at all. I could see them in any mode. I am confused

Can any one please explain this phenomenon to me? Thank you

I am in the United States. All or most of them are installed as widgets. I do not do any plugins at the moment.

Moreover, I did not have the right to post the tags, for lack of reputation. It's time to think about WordPress.

widgets – Conditional tags based on previously viewed publications

I was looking at the conditional tag archive and wondering if it was possible to display a widget based on different messages / pages previously viewed by a visitor.

For example, if I had a car blog and the blog layout contains a sidebar widget that will display a promotion.

This promotion will vary depending on the types of messages visited by a visitor.

So, if a visitor was looking at publications related to the Mazda brand, I would be able to write a condition for the widget in the sidebar that reads, when he was visiting the blog post X, Y or Z, this widget will display a promotion for a Mazda car dealership near it.

Same for other types of cars and promotions.

I imagine that it would be impossible, but I thought that tracking a visitor with the help of cookies was a viable idea.

Do you have ideas or suggestions on where to go?

forms – How to set read-only fields (widgets) in hook_form_alter

Some of my nodes' fields are regularly updated by an external data source and should not be modified by Drupal's editors. But for UX reasons, I still need these fields visible on the editing form.

For input fields, I added the HTML code reading only attribute, which works pretty well:

function MYMODULE_form_node_form_alter (& $ form,  Drupal  Core  Form  FormStateInterface $ form_state, $ form_id) {
$ node = $ state_format-> getFormObject () -> getEntity ();

if ($ form_id == & # 39; node_MYBUNDLE_form & # 39;) || $ form_id == & # 39; node_MYBUNDLE_edit_form & # 39;) {
if ($ node-> hasField (& # 39; remote_id & # 39;) && $ node-> hasField (& # 39; remote_datasource & # 39;)) {
if ($ node-> get (<remote_id>) -> value && $ node-> hasField (& # 39; remote_datasource & # 39;) == & # 39; SET_BY_MY_IMPORTER & # 39;) {
$ readonlyFields = ['title', 'body', 'field_image', 'remote_id', 'field_minprice', 'field_roomsize', 'field_minoccupancy', 'field_stdoccupancy', 'field_maxoccupancy', 'field_roomamenity'];
foreach ($ readonlyFields as $ rof) {
$ form[$rof]['widget'][0]['value']['#attributes']['readonly']    = & # 39; read-only & # 39 ;;
$ form[$rof]['widget'][0]['value']['#description']    = t (& # 39; This is a read-only import field & dquo;)

But I have problems with these fields with the "advanced" (not HTML ) widgets:

  • body is a text field with CKeditor
  • field_image is an ER field with an entity browser widget for media entities
  • field_roomamenity is an ER field with a self-completion widget for taxonomy terms

Can any one give me a hint on how to set these widgets by read-only?

I know that there is a read-only field widget module. But I do not want to change the type of widget because editors can create their own elements, which are not served by an external data source (where the fields remote_XXX). In these cases, publishers need these widgets in "write mode".

widgets – Implementing a sidebar with foldable boot cards

I'm trying to implement foldable boot maps (Bootstrap 4) on the widgets of the sidebar, until now I have this:

register_sidebar (
board (
& # 39; name & # 39; => esc_html __ ("New Sidebar", & nbsp;),
& # 39; id & # 39; => & # 39; new_sidebar & # 39;
& # 39; description & # 39; => esc_html __ ("New Sidebar", & nbsp;),
& # 39; before_widget & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39 ;, & # 39; after_widget & # 39; => & # 39;

& # 39 ;, & # 39; before_title & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39 ;, & # 39; after_title & # 39; => & # 39;
& # 39 ;, ) )

The problem is that each compressible container needs a unique identifier to find out which one is open or closed, but my problem is in "before_title". and & # 39; after_title & # 39; because I am not able to replace it with an identifier. Can someone help me? I'm still pretty new to WordPress.

Web Design – Progressive Disclosure Widgets for Very Long Pages

I face this challenge with my personal portfolio: how to make a long case study more user-friendly to compensate for the excessive content that causes a lot of horizontal scrolling.

Current prototype of the website:

I've tried this:

  • Reduce Text – Worked for some sections, but ended up cutting important details for the case, although my case has a size two times smaller than that of Simon Pan's Uber case study .
  • The reduction in white space is still going on, but I do not want to reach a point where I have to sacrifice the presentation. My goal is to create something between Simon Pan's detailed model and a marketing landing page.
  • Replacing images for videos (work in progress in some sections)
  • Progressive disclosure

In the case of a progressive disclosure, I would like to know your opinion on these widgets and their ease of use:

Bootstrap 4
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Smartisan OS
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Smartisan OS-6

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Note: It appears that they are disabled for mobile on these sites.
Also, if there is any documented research on these types of widgets?