For Drupal 7 users, many things have changed in Drupal 8, but many are reassuringly familiar.
One great example is template overrides. The process for creating an override is very similar. But the actual override files are different and so is the code inside them.
In this video, Rod shows you how to create a node override in Drupal 8. You’ll see where the core modules are located in Drupal 8 and how to edit a Twig file.
This video is taken from our comprehensive class, “How to Design Drupal 8 Themes“. If you want to work with Drupal 8 themes, take this class!