In Drupal 9 most of the Webform configuration has moved under "Structure." Many configuration options are available. Overview of Webform Features.
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A webform can, optionally, send an email when a new response is submitted.
After you have saved a layout, you can make edits to it by selecting the Layout tab. Make sure to click the "Save layout" button to complete your edits.
If content allows overriding the default layout, a Layout tab will be available near the Edit tab.
Drupal's Layout Builder allows content editors and site builders to create grid layouts for displaying content. Users can customize how content is arranged on a single page, across types of content, or even create custom landing pages with a drag-and-drop interface. Layout Builder is turned on by default for Basic pages on SCLS-supported library websites.
The Media Library module includes a simple view of your media on the media administration page (/admin/content/media). The table-style view provided by the Media module is shown by default, but the grid-style view in the tab sub-menu allows you to toggle between the two styles.
Like nodes, media items can be managed in bulk by selecting multiple items and applying actions, such as delete or unpublish, using the drop-down menu. Several filters are also provided to help find specific media items in the library.
Media Library is an image and document management tool that enables you to find media that exists in your site and to add new media items. It allows you to search, sort, and create media items.
The Media Library is accessed through a field dedicated for uploading Media, or through the Insert from Media Library button on the CKEditor toolbar.
Images stored on your computer/file share can be added to your pages using the CKEditor toolbar and Drupal's Media Library.
Click the Insert from Media Library button.