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I recently watched the screencast "Views Demystified: part 2" by rainbreaw. In the screencast, she shows an amazing recipe site using views attachment using a taxonomy: term argument.
That functionality is perfect, except that when I click on the taxonomy term, it replaces the page with the nodes and the taxonomy terms disappear. I need the taxonomy terms to stay on the page as a persistent list (like she has it on her site).
Can someone help me with this?
The project is a community media/feed aggregator/news space/conversation space. A high level run down of the featureset includes:
- Customizable user profiles;
- Discussions with embedded images, audio, and video;
- Publishing pictures, audio, and video via mobile devices and/or email;
- Content aggregation via rss;
So, iPhone has been all the rage for a while, and last spring the iPad was launched. Here in Sweden, we won't get the iPad until November - but that'll be just in time for the holiday shopping. Besides, by then we will get a ton of Android tablets too.
Which begs the question: Has anybody around already made a solution for interfacing Drupal with an iApp? If not, would y'all be interested if we keep it generic and customizable?Read more
Are you passionate about bringing your knowledge of building websites to journalism? Are you a news junkie? Sun Media Group is looking for an energetic, team-oriented in-house Web designer who can drive the development of our Web sites, most of which are built with Drupal. Check us out at sunjournal.com.Read more
We are using a 3rd party service to host some of our online contests and I have those wrapped in our layout simply by placing a piece of text in the body of a page. The 3rd party service then accesses the page's url for branding.
Then, instead of using the contest engine URL, I have the contest page redirected to something more palatable (www.scvbj.com/2010-scv-top-51).
My problem occurs when people attempt to search for the contest from within the site. When they search for "top 51", they are presented with a link that takes them to the blank page that is used to wrap the contest.Read more
I'm looking to build (not from the ground-up, but with a solid framework) an online newspaper. Since D7 is right around the corner (at least the beta) I'd like to build it on the latest Drupal version. I first tried The Morning After dev and it just goes blank (I have the Zen dev, but don't see how to add the base theme to the D7 info file.) It'd be great to have a D7 zenophile, module, but that doesn't seem to exist.
What is a good D7 base to build a theme with the two sidebars on the right? Thanks.
If you allow public registration for commenting and/or blogging, it won't be long before you discover spammers abusing your system.
Tools like Mollom help a lot, but they won't catch everything. You need to check your registrations at least every morning and clean up the mess. If you let it get out of control, your site will become a favorite for SEO spammers, many of whom are paid a piece rate for posting links on websites.Read more
Mozilla, Hacks/Hackers, Medill School at Northwestern University, and The Media Consortium are collaborating to run a free online course for journalists and programmers on the Peer-to-peer University platform. This is an experimental six-week course exploring the ways that technology is changing news production and how professional journalists & programmers can work together to innovate around these changes. Here's the tentative course outline:
- The fundamentals of journalism and coding
- Project management
- Edit it. Fork it. The art of collaboration and journalism
- Big Ugly Datasets For Thumb-Fingered Journalists
- Maps. Maps. Everywhere
- Data journalism and government
You can read more here: http://p2pu.org/general/open-journalism-open-web
We are specifically looking for a few more programmers with an interest in learning more about journalism to join the course, as we're heavy on "hacks" and light on "hackers" at the moment. If you're interested, contact me directly here: http://p2pu.org/users/phillipadsmith and let me know a bit about yourself, your experience, what you might contribute to the course, and what time zone you're in.Read more
Join us for a Free Webinar on OpenPublish – A Solution for the Publishing Industry
Online publishers, editors and producers will want to register for an upcoming Webinar: OpenPublish – A Solution for the Publishing Industry, which takes place on Thursday, September 9, 2010, from 1 - 2 pm ET.Read more
We need to export content from one of our website at Le Figaro to different format. I found some useful modules (but no tested).
Do you know about them ?
I can't find any module in Drupal about NewsML : http://www.iptc.org/std/NAR/1.5/documentation/IPTC-G2-Implementation-Gui...
I have seen that some projects are running but no one seems to be finished.Read more
This really is not much of a deceleration.
The New York Times now uses Open Graph as a doc type. http://opengraphprotocol.org/schema/
I can't imagine getting editors of an online newspaper to submit this much data as outlined in the New York Times Annotated Corpus Overview. http://www.ldc.upenn.edu/Catalog/docs/LDC2008T19/new_york_times_annotate...Read more
After posting on the support forum and on the Ubercart website, I beleive this is the right place to discuss my problem.
We are a magazine that comes out "hand made" in a PDF format. For the time being, we only deliver to subscribers by email.
I’m trying to develop our web site using Drupal and Ubercart. A part of our content is free and can be seen by anonymous users. The other part is not free.
We are organizing our online content by issues just like the way it’s done on the physical support: issue_1, issue_2 .. etc. For this we use taxonomy.Read more
I wanted to see if one of you hosting experts could offer your thoughts on something that happened this morning.
I received a call from my hosting provider saying that some process that ran on my site caused their server to crash. The site is currently not being hosted on a VPS, just a shared server (that may change later). I have no clue what that process could have been. I didn't even do much of anything on the site this morning... I edited a blog.Read more
I am building a site around musical instruments such as Piano, Guitar, Drums, etc. Basically content will be written about the instrument and categorized by state. So the thought was to build the taxonomy with US sates under each state have all the musical instrument categories mention above. While daunting I think this was achievable. Now the requirements are to go down to the city level so end users can read and subscribe to say articles written about guitar in Phoenix, AZ. The city requirements take this to an entirely new level.Read more
Community products usable out of the box : How is Drupal able to "compete"?
BrainStorming session Monday 3:00 to 4:00 pm Copenhagen time, Register at http://groups.drupal.org/node/88459)
Drupal has now at least two community products usable out of the box. http://commons.acquia.com & http://openatrium.com
(Edit 20100822) http://drupal.org/project/voicebox targeting targets community media
+ facebook like feature http://sndemo.dev3.webenabled.net/node/1
There is a need to see how those projects compare and are able to "compete" with non-Drupal products.Read more
We've been struggling getting our homepage correctly done. Unsure what needs to be there and what not as well as older posts vanish and the only to find them is through the archives.
Can anyone explain the best way or your way of doing your online news site's frontpage?
How do I make an RSS feed encode using iso-8859-1 standard instead of utf-8?
Also, does someone know how to place the [img src] attribute from the feed description into a separate tag/attribute?
I'm trying to prepare an RSS feed for an iPhone app and they need the RSS formatted this way.
Here is a link to a current feed: http://www.scvbj.com/rss/articles/coverstory
Thank you very much.