I have a site where nodes are imported in bulk and I want to make sure that taxonomy terms that are imported match ones in the site. There may be spelling errors, etc. , in the files from which nodes are imported and I want to catch them. Is there a way to do this with rules?
I just got started with rules and I set up a simple data comparison but it does not work I have attached a screenshot.
I'm looking at building sites with Drupal or maybe another CMS that is friendly to membership and e-commerce
I found this free open source software. Can Drupal do what this CMS does? Better, harder, how would I do it? Advantages / Disadvantages?
I don't know what costs the extra services might be or if they can be rolled into Drupal in an equivalent way.
Does anyone have or know of a good presentation comparing the top diff CMS's, that is willing to share it so, I can present it at the next Girls in Tech Boise meetup?
I noticed many/most of you (us?) seem to use Google Analytics. Have any of you been using Piwik and have any insight into how/why you made that choice? Aside from the local vs. cloudsource nature, any salient feature differences that swayed your decision?
I'd welcome your thoughts on the positives and negatives of both systems that extend drupal for publishers.
My situation is that I've installed the France 24 AEF modules on my development non-production site but don't know how to use them, make them visible.
I'm considering OpenPublishApp also (instead, i.e not co-existing with France24) but haven't tried it yet.
My initial thoughts are:
- proof of concept with France24: high-traffic news site
- substantial suite of modules designed with journalists in mind to add content easily with minimum training
Compare DrupalEd with the PhpEdu installation profile. Which one is better and why?
These days I've added a feature table to Caching: Modules that make Drupal scale, this group's wiki page for comparison of performance and scalability modules, started by Mike Carper some time ago.
This follows other Drupal module comparison pages, trying to make it simple and clear for most normal cases, so that a majority of users can easily understand the basics and use them. Anyone can naturally share additional info. Let's hope the wiki will be useful for Drupal users.