During this introductory class you will learn just how much you can do by installing and configuring Drupal's contributed modules. In the process, you'll learn about:
- best practices in Drupal project planning
- Drupal's inherent tools and subsystems
- custom content types
- search tools
- URL aliasing
- module selection
- customized site administration
- …and more!
And you won't write a stitch of code.Read more
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:
- Pulls in nodes from two different content types
- 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.Read more
From everyone at php[architect], we welcome you to this year’s php[world] conference. We strive to create an amazing experience for the greater PHP community that brings together developers from Drupal, WordPress, Joomla!, Magento, Zend Framework, Symfony, Laravel, CakePHP and more.
We invite you to explore the website to learn more about the conference, and if you have any questions for us, please don’t hestitate to contact us for more information.Read more
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:
- support for user access in a later stage
- settings page
Hi! I am a complete newby to to this. I've installed Drupal, have set up a landing page exposed to the internet, created a user ... the basics.
What I am aiming for is a home page visible on the internet, but all other pages are hidden, available only to those users who have logged in through the Drupal login screen.
Is there a way of doing this within the core Drupal that does not require programming? I was assuming that I could assign roles to users and restrict page visibility to those logged in users who have the appropriate assigned role.
I'm happy to announce new courses starting soon. And as in the past, any Drupal Association members are entitled to the ten percent nonprofit/association discount.
You can read about all classes here
Here's an overview of what's offered
A unique, live, online, six-week interactive course designed to help you leap over the learning curve and learn to build complex websites using Drupal. Classes begin Wednesday, May 28th, 2014.
Can't travel for training, but need to figure out how to build custom functionality into your Drupal 7 site? Join us via Webex for a 2 day course. Module Development will teach you how to get custom functionality using Drupal's hook system, as well as how to extend or alter contributed module functionality. 'plettster', our own Margaret Plett, will be the instructor. Cost is $800 per student, ask about group discounts.
May 8th and 9th from 9-4:30 both days.
Call John Zilligen with questions - 847.715.2927
Setting Clean URL's with SSL (https) for the backend and http for the front end when Drupal is in a subdirectory/ subdomain?
After reading various documentation on the subject I figured out how to possibly do this. I started a write up in the documentation, and placed it under technical review. Are there people with knowledge on the subject who want to take a look at it? This to ensure that there are no mistakes.
The url is:
We have recently added a number of free webinars, including Drupal Essentials and Finding Work as a Freelancer.
We also have some space left in our six-week online Drupal intensive that starts next week.
Sam Cohen, Principal
New Media Solutions
Drupal Training & Services
Overriding a template should only be done when you need major, site-wide structural changes to a page's, node's, or block's template file such as adding or removing regions because the changes will apply to ALL use-cases of those files. Smaller, less structural - but still site wide - changes can be applied through theme functions and lastly, fine-tuned and case specific changes can be applied through theme hook suggestions. But that's just the tip of the iceberg for all the theming strategies available to you.Read more