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I just have created a new drupal module.
I already have permission "promote sandbox projects to full project".
Shall I allow other guys to review my module before publishing it?
Or I can publish module and review it AFTER publishing?
What is the best practice?
I created a new content type (my_product_display) and added two fields, product_category and product_sub-category.
The field product_category is a term reference field identifying the kind of product (i.e. men, women, children etc.).
The field sub-category is an Entity Reference identifying the specific sub-categories of products (i.e. clothing, shoes, accessories, gifts etc. specific for men, woment, children etc.).
I have been trying to submit a simple form which includes a table that is automatically created by the user using a simple ajax function in the form - Basically the user can add rows in the table by selecting values in the ComboBox . The problem I have is related once the form is submitted and the table which has been created dynamically using ajax doesn't have any value in the contact_form_submit function.
I would like to display a field editable by each user and the value displayed is based on the current user.
To be more precise:
I create recipes available for various connected users. I would like to appear on each page a unique recipe editable fields: the field "done". I need that the content of this field and the value displayed to the user depends on what the user has inputted.