Utility Class In Glazed Builder (Drupal 8)

Option 1: Define classes in a theme

  1. First find your theme's .info.yml file. For example your info file could be at /XAMPP/HTDOCS/example_site/themes/example_theme/example_theme.info.yml

  2. Open the example_theme.info.yml file in a code editor and add your class to the end of the file in the format bellow:

glazed_classes:
  glazed-util-overlay-accent1: 'color overlay: Glazed Accent1'
glazed-util-your-class: 'class label: your class'
  1. Make sure to clear all Drupal caches after updating your theme’s info file. This can be done by pressing on Configuration in the toolbar at the top. Scroll down and look for Performance. When you are on the performance page the option to clear all caches will be there.


Option 2: Define classes in a module

  1. If you do not have a custom module you can do this by creating a new folder and naming it what you want e.g. example_module

  2. The folder will then be placed into the directory modules/example_module

  3. Then two files will be made using a code editor:

    1. example_module.info.yml

    2. example_module.module

  1. Open the example_module.info.yml in a text reader and add the lines

name: Example
type: module 
package: custom
core: 8.x 
 
  1. Open your example_module.module file and add classes using the formatting in the function below. In the below example code replace example_module with the name of your module.

/**
 * Implements hook_glazed_builder_classes_alter().
 */
function example_module_glazed_builder_classes_alter(&$glazed_classes) {
 $glazed_classes['optgroup-my-group'] = t('My Option Group');
 $glazed_classes['my-class'] = t('My label');
}
  1. Make sure to clear all Drupal caches after updating your theme’s info file. This can be done by pressing on Configuration in the toolbar at the top. Scroll down and look for Performance. When you are on the performance page the option to clear all caches will be there.

Utility Class In Glazed Builder (Drupal 7)

Option 1: Define classes in a theme

  1. First find your theme's .info file. For example your info file could be at /XAMPP/HTDOCS/example_site/sites/all/themes/example_theme/example_theme.info

  2. Open the example_theme.info file in a code editor and add your class to the end of the file in the format bellow:

glazed_classes[your-class]   = Class Label
  1. Make sure to clear all Drupal caches after updating your theme’s info file. This can be done by pressing on Configuration in the toolbar at the top. Scroll down and look for Performance. When you are on the performance page the option to clear all caches will be there.


Option 2: Define classes in a module

  1. If you do not have a custom module you can do this by creating a new folder and naming it what you want e.g. example_module

  2. The folder will then be placed into the directory sites/all/modules/example_module

  3. Then two files will be made using a text reader:

    1. example_module.info

    2. example_module.module

 
  1. Open the example_module.info in a text reader and add the lines

name  = Example
description = Example of a module
core = 7.x
 
  1. Open your example_module.module file and add classes using the formatting in the function below. In the below example code replace example_module with the name of your module.


/**
 * Implements hook_glazed_builder_classes_alter().
 */
function example_module_glazed_builder_classes_alter(&$glazed_classes) {
 $glazed_classes['optgroup-my-group'] = t('My Option Group');
 $glazed_classes['my-class'] = t('My label');
}
  1. Make sure to clear all Drupal caches after updating your theme’s info file. This can be done by pressing on Configuration in the toolbar at the top. Scroll down and look for Performance. When you are on the performance page the option to clear all caches will be there.