In working on a project where we were migrating a Drupal 7 site to Drupal 8, I came across a case where we needed to migrate the data from what was a regular text field in the Drupal 7 site into a link field in the new Drupal 8 site. As it was, the YAML for the migration was treating the destination field as a text field as well:
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It started with a frantic email from one of my clients. They had accidentally deleted a taxonomy vocabulary and needed help in fixing their site. As I looked into it, I saw just how much damage this had done. This site used Taxonomy Access Control Lite to let contributing users edit parts of the site, and the vocabulary that they deleted was used with this access control. This meant that the access settings were gone now for a couple thousand nodes.
How to fix "Call to undefined function phptemplate_get_ie_styles()" error when running Drupal's update.php
When running the update script on a new a new installation of Drupal version 6.20, I was getting this:
<!--[if lt IE 7]--> Fatal error: Call to undefined function phptemplate_get_ie_styles() in htdocs/themes/garland/maintenance-page.tpl.php on line 23
I was having a problem with using the Login block form on the home page. Error messages related to the login (e.g. "Password incorrect.", etc.) were not getting dispalyed when the login failed. They would show up only after reloading the page again.
In my template, I had this: