Drupal 8 is one of the most secured CMS (Content Management System) software available in addition to WordPress and Joomla. Drupal does not have a Theme or Plugin market place like in WordPress. That is why all manual customizations require some knowledge about custom modules on Drupal. All websites need a Sitemap listing with all useful links so that it can be submitted to Google Search Console or Webmaster tools directly. We teach you how to alter XML sitemap entries manually to suit your needs.
Drupal 8 is made up of a number of Blocks. Each block represents one type of information. Also, each block has a place holder where it will be displayed. Some times it is necessary to show or hide blocks based on User Roles, specific path or pages. Visibility changes the way your Drupal Blocks appear to each user admin or anonymous.
Drupal is a CMS (Content Management System) made up of a number of nodes of different types. Each node represents information of one type. Some times it is necessary to block or ban or restrict access to a node in Drupal 8. Using this Drupal tutorial, you can programmatically block access to node using PHP language.