If you’ve heard the buzz around Drupal, but are not sure what it is, here’s a quick explanation for you with some useful links. Drupal is: a site building tool If you have some content you want to put online, Drupal provides the tools you need to do it. You can create a blog, add… Read more »
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It’s not hard to create new image styles from the Drupal administration panel, but when you go to the Media Browser and upload an image your new styles aren’t in the list of choices to apply to it. Very frustrating. As promised previously, in this article I explain what you need to do to make a… Read more »
One of the commonest needs for a Drupal site is to be able to use a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) / Rich Text editor. But although this is a frequent requirement, if you are not experienced in working with Drupal it’s unlikely you’ll be able to set one up without some help…. Read more »
The Drupal Views module is a terrific tool, if somewhat challenging to get to grips with. In this series of posts I’ll be providing instructions with accompanying video footage, showing how to accomplish some useful tasks with this module. In this first post, I show how to make a block with a list of 5… Read more »
I’ve recently worked on two projects that both asked for some code that would allow users to attach an intranet file (typically something like a Word document) to a post. There’s a few things that anyone trying to do the same will need to understand.
I recently had occasion to try out setting up Drupal as a Wiki. On the whole, I found it a positive experience with some minor niggles.
How do you build a site with content in more than one language? This article outlines the features of Drupal that will help you build a multilingual site.
I’ve recently worked on a couple of requirements for clickable maps which I think would be of potential interest. As visual aids, maps can be very attractive but they present some technical challenges to the developer.
If you are having trouble transferring text between MS Word and a CMS such as WordPress or Drupal, here’s some straightforward practical advice that should help.
Marion John of Advanced Kitchen Design provides kitchen design and associated services. She wanted a site which would reflect her depth of knowledge and experience, with lots of different areas packed with information and advice. We advised her that Drupal would be the best solution for her needs. Our design partner came up with a… Read more »