How do I change the header icon in Drupal?

Changing Your Site Logo in Drupal

  1. Click Appearance, then Settings.
  2. Scroll way down on the page and click LOGO IMAGE SETTINGS.
  3. Click Browse and locate the logo image on your computer.
  4. Select the image and click Open.
  5. Click Save configuration.

How do I add an alt tag to an image in Drupal?

On the Content Types page, find the Basic Pages row and click on the Manage Fields link. Find the Image row and then click on the Edit link to take you to the settings page. On the settings page, scroll down until you see the Enable Alt field checkbox. Check the box to enable the ability to add alt text for the image.

How do I add alt tags to my WordPress logo?

If you didn’t add alt text from the Media Library, you can do so from within WordPress’ Block Editor. Simply select the relevant image and a menu will appear to the right. Here, you can add or edit your image’s alt text in a similar fashion to the Media Library.

How do I change my website name on Drupal?

Drupal Lite 8, 9: Change Site Name

  1. Log in to the site.
  2. Click Configuration in the Admin menu at the top of the screen.
  3. Click Basic Site Settings in the System category.
  4. Enter the new site name.
  5. Click Save Configuration at the bottom.

Where can you see the list of errors found by Drupal?

To view entries in Drupal’s own internal log system (the watchdog database table), go to These can include Drupal-specific errors as well as general PHP or MySQL errors that have been thrown.

How do I change the URL in Drupal 7?

You can also try this: Log into your Drupal admin panel. Go to Configuration page. Click on URL aliases located under the Search and metadata section: Click Add alias button: Fill in the Existing system path and the Path alias. Save changes.

How do I enable trusted hosts in Drupal 8?

Protecting in Drupal 8+

To enable the trusted host mechanism, you enable your allowable hosts in $settings[‘trusted_host_patterns’] in settings. php. This should be an array of regular expression patterns, without delimiters, representing the hosts you would like to allow.