In typical Drupal fashion, "there's a module for that!
That doesn't even touch on multiple content types, multiple taxonomies, different entities (user profiles, and Drupal Commerce products are quite common) or even non-entity pages (Views pages, Panels pages, etc.). Either way, most people are trying to make the best of a bad thing by working around the various failings of these contrib modules. Lightning's mission is to enable developers to create great authoring experiences and empower editorial teams.Eight layouts are provided out of the box by Panels.You can create your own layouts (see the Layout Plugin module) or install a contributed library of layouts like Radix Layouts. Such a tiny little piece of a site, yet so much complexity and time spent.
For some clients, you would think this is their number one must have feature based on how much time they spend checking and critiquing them page-by-page.
Most of them are actually quite good for the tough problem they're trying to solve.
Custom Breadcrumbs is perhaps one of the earliest modules for this, dating all the way back to 2006.
It has a bunch of submodules and a fancy interface that looks like this: And that's just nodes.
There are also interfaces for Views, Panels, Taxonomy, and Paths.
Through custom modules and configuration, Lightning aims to target four functional areas: The current version of media includes the following functionality: Drupal community members have contributed several modules which integrate Lightning Media with additional third-party media services.