Culture Foundry is looking for a Drupal Developer / Themer to help us build engaging, robust, easy-to-update interactive sites and applications.
We are seeking people with:
Strong PHP, HTML and CSS skills, including:
PHP: the ins and outs of conditional blocks, loops, debugging, etc.
HTML: delivering HTML that is semantically rich and clean
CSS: delivering CSS that is bulletproof, flexible and optimized
You are comfortable with coding a design from scratch without relying on things like boilerplate templates and frameworks
Waltham, MA (ONSITE)
6 month contract
Turning design specifications into user interface mockups and Drupal websites, perform custom Drupal/PHP programming and web application development
This position requires initiative, creativity, and flexibility; ability to work independently and effectively in groups; and strong interpersonal & organizational skills.
• 3+ years of experience with Drupal development, knowledge of Drupal 7.
• Solid knowledge and working use of Drupal modules including CCK, Views, Features and Rules.
I am just wondering if the quiz module will be ported to drupal 8 when finally released hopefully by August, and what should be our expectations (functionalities and performance)?
Simeon Abiola Tawose
Backend Drupal Developer
£250pd - £325pd
I am currently looking for a strong back-end Drupal developer to join an exciting agency based in London. As a mid-level Drupal developer you will hold key skills within Drupal 6/7 including-
- Maintaining, creating and coding custom modules
- Experience of various Editors
- Front end knowledge (HTML5/CSS3)
- Caching/Source Control
- W3C Standards
The ideal Drupal developer will be London based to be able to attend team meetings based in office.Read more
A small business client would like to have a paper-less office for HR material. This includes the usual information, benefit forms, acceptance letter, etc. I am looking for suggestions.Read more
I'm messing around with cod7, I see that when I create the schedule, sessions are all messed up, they don't show in order and also the rooms don't show at all.
I looked up the views of "session schedule" and compared it to cod6, seems like fields there (inside the views) is not calling the (flag: session_schedule) Flags: Flag link like it does in cod6.
When I tried to add that flag, its not showing up at all in the fields option.
This is how the schedule looks like in my cod7 http://i.imgur.com/LP0J2.png
This is how it should look (cod6): http://drupal.org/files/cod_7_rooms.png
Hello. I'm a new to drupal and I have started working on my first project which is creating an online library management system. Where students and staff can be able to log in, search(by title, author)/add books, fines, view their history e.t.c. If you have ever created one or have any tips or modules to use, i'll gladly appreciate any help you provide
Please see attachment.
I guess there is no way out of this except for a backup restore .... yes?
I had just installed OpenPublish and was enabling many modules at once.
We are looking to grow our list of available Drupal developers, to call on for both development of our clients' current Drupal sites, as well as future builds.
But we also have a specific need at the moment; a short piece of consultancy to suggest solutions for revision and workflow problem, give costs, and deliver if required by client. This may involve development of a new module.
Please get in touch if you are interested in either being added to our list of Drupal devs, or if you think you can help with our more urgent consultancy need.Read more