We’ve all been there. You’re a site builder, and you were just shown a new design for article nodes. Within the post you see a visually compelling tapestry of mixed media: text, photo slideshows, columns, dynamic lists, and even full width photos.
The client will love it, but how do you give so much editing power to the end-user without writing custom code for each new post? The answer, my friends, is Paragraphs.
Instead of creating ugly blobs of content within a WYSIWYG body field, end-users can now choose (on-the-fly) between predefined Paragraph Types independent from one another. Paragraph Types can be anything you want, from simple text, or image, or a complex and configurable slideshow.
In this session we’ll be:
identifying the pros and cons of using this technique
contrasting this technique with others (including panels)
showcasing some case studies with interesting examples
describing the various contrib modules for Paragraphs
walking through the steps to add and extend your first Paragraph
This session is perfect for:
Site builders who want to give more power to the end-user.
Editors and content creators who are fed up with Drupal’s rigid and inflexible content creation process.
Total beginners who want to be inspired and see what you can do with a fully configured Drupal site using Paragraphs.