Problems to fix

Submitted by onefiftyfour on Thu, 03/21/2019 - 08:23

Contact Info (profile?) showing up in edit user space.  Should probably remove the profile module I installed since we are using the RideHost Contact Info field in the the hosted ride content type.


I don't want usernames showing up when the public clicks on the ride title showing complete details.  If usernames are email addresses, this exposes email addresses to the public




Installed new theme and subtheme

Submitted by onefiftyfour on Tue, 03/19/2019 - 16:36

Installed new theme and created subtheme for customizations.  Now we don't need the asset-injector.  Just edit style.css directly in the theme/css directory. 

I found discovered a css grid property -

This also makes it easy to style for short width mobile devices.  Which I've setup in the css file.

Not sure the best way to style things yet.

I also added Ride Host Contact Info field in the hosted ride contact type.  This is independent of the user creating the ride.  So that could be an issue...


Next Steps

Submitted by onefiftyfour on Mon, 03/11/2019 - 17:41
  1. Add more fields to ridehost content type- cancelled or not, ride category, hill category, 
  2. find a cloning module to clone content. (For easy creation of common rides.)
  3. Style the ride page correctly. Do we want to truncate the description with a read more link?, Different colors for ride categories,
  4. Check for display issues on mobile devices.
  5. Ride Host contact details? ... phone numbers, first and last names, etc.

Asset Injector issue

Submitted by onefiftyfour on Sun, 03/10/2019 - 16:08

I was having trouble to get the asset injector to work yesterday. I realize now that if you select by content type as a condition, it does not do what you think it does.  So best is to select by page. In otherwords, use this css if the current page is x



Original Notes

Submitted by onefiftyfour on Sun, 03/10/2019 - 15:18

Feel free to add stuff here...

I added a module - asset injector - to add css to the hosted ride list. 

Interesting... So I did some poking around yesterday and it looks like this already has a lot of the basic functionality necessary for our rides.

The only things necessary before testing a basic framework would be: