Posts tagged Drupal
Posts tagged Drupal
The rise of open source, and the skyrocketing popularity of Drupal as a CMS, has made for many very happy developers working in the open source world. But for some people, it isn’t just a hobby or a way to bring home a paycheck: it’s a ticket out of crushing poverty.
For some youth living in informal settlements in Kampala, Uganda, the Kampabits organization has made an incredible difference in their lives. The program takes impoverished young individuals who are unable to access funding or build the necessary skills to find gainful employment, and helps them become web designers and web developers. Drupal is one of the open source platforms they use…
In projects that have grown for several months and no-one had a look at the modules directory, it will be very painful and time intense to remove those obsolete modules. To ease such tasks in the development workflow, we created the Master module some time ago. With the latest release of Master, we have also introduced a new command to assist you in finding the modules you really don’t need anymore in your directory.
Implementing iframe elements can be troublesome for both content editors and developers, that’s even before trying to make them responsive. After some recent project work I’m here to tell you there is an easy way to handle them.
Ideas for how to gracefully retire (or semi-retire) a Drupal site using HTTrack and GitHub Pages.
Webform 7-4 has some big improvements, one of which is the ability to access webform submission data through Views and create custom blocks and pages that pull data users have submitted on a form on your site. One snag I ran into was trying to filter and sort these views based on submitted data, but there’s an easy solution. I just had to find it.
Quicksketch reveals: “You have to add a relationship for Webform Data first, then the filters and sorts become available.”
Exporting and reloading Drupal databases with Drush
Intro to Drupal 8 vocabulary