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New Drupal Podcast Episode: Organic Groups

The latest episode of The Open Mic podcast discussing Organic Groups is available for download here: http://www.opin.ca/en/article/open-mic-episode-6-organic-groups

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vfranklyn's picture

Drupal 7 node titles - symbols convert to html entities in Zen sub-theme

Hi there. I have a problem with D7. My node titles are converting some symbols to html entities. IE: '&' is converted to '&' etc. This happens on all content types and regardless of whether I'm using automatic node titles. Here's a few examples:

http://dev-ppld-sandbox.gotpantheon.com/databases/library-information-sc...

http://dev-ppld-sandbox.gotpantheon.com/press-releases/new-facility-will...

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Valerie Boucher's picture

New Drupal Podcast! Episode 2 of The Open Mic

Check out the second episode of The Open Mic, a biweekly Drupal podcast about all things from open source to project management and more.

This week's podcast discusses developer environments and the variety of tools available when making websites - http://www.opin.ca/en/article/open-mic-episode-2-developer-environments

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guna80299's picture

Is that hard to get Drupal Developer in Berwyn Area?

We are looking for Drupal developer at my client place. But there not much candidates?
Is that hard to get candidates?

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vfranklyn's picture

Problem with SQL statement in Views D7

Hi there, I'm hoping a SQL ninja will find it in his or her heart to provide me with some advice.

I've created a page view which does the following:

  1. Pulls in nodes from two different content types
  2. Filters by two different term references, one for each content type.

It's not working, although in my mind (and limited sql understanding), it should. I think maybe there's an issue with the inner joins, because it seems the sql statement would working if they weren't there.

Anyways, I've attached two images, one of the api and one of the actual sql statement.

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chuta's picture

Nigeria Drupal Group Meet-up at Shoprite, Ikeja Lagos on June 28th.

Here's just 10 Great Reasons to attend this coming Drupal Nigeria Lagos user group

1. Networking and promotional opportunities
Being active in the local Drupal community is a good way to meet others, and supporting local Drupal events is a great way to foster the local community, as well as align your brand and expertise with the global Drupal project.
2. Employment opportunities.

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frankgil's picture

Forcontu is offering 10 x Drupal Training Scholarships

Forcontu is offering 10 x Training Scholarships for the Expert in Drupal 7 online course (valued at USD1350). If you want to apply, complete the form before April 15, 2015. On April 16 we will announce the 10 winners of a scholarship to join the course completely free. The course will be conducted from May 4 to December 4 (7 months).

More information and registration at:

http://www.forcontu.com/en/10-drupal-training-scholarships

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WeNetwork's picture

developing a module as web app based on drupal 8

Dear Drupal Dojo Community,

for about a year I've been writing a book to calculate real estate projects which will be published really soon. Based on this book I wrote an excel calculation sheet which I would like to port to a web based app (responsive to a certain extend, so one can at least view tables and maybe change some settings or numbers). I would really like to use an existing CMS to help me get things right. I figured Drupal 8 would be my best choice...some things that are needed for this module:

  • login/logout
  • support for user access in a later stage
  • settings page
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vfranklyn's picture

Migrating Taxonomy from D6 to D7

Hi there,

PPLD.org is upgrading from D6 to D7 using a clean D7 instance and migrating data either via Migrate module, or via Feeds somehow. Here’s what is stumping me:

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Expert in Drupal 7 online course – Try it free for a week!

Only local images are allowed.
What are you waiting for join the most comprehensive training program in Drupal 7? Now you can try it free for a week!

And if you want to continue with the entire course, you can get a 10% off using the coupon code TRAINING10.

The Expert in Drupal 7 course includes Site Building and Development and is made up of 60 units and divided into 3 modules: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced, with a total of 420 certified hours in 7 months.

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