By adam
Fri, 2015-02-27 07:04
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #195

You ask and you shall receive. That is exactly what happened. Roman, the supporter of the Range Module, asked us to review his module. So that is what we did.

By adam
Sun, 2015-02-22 17:35
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #194

Today, there exist many different options to digest content. One of the most popular options is Apple products like the iPhone and iPad. A unique thing about iOS is that they use specific icons when users want to add your website as a bookmark on their home screens. This icon is then used to quickly launch your website, similar to how you launch a bookmark in your browser.

Normally, websites don't have this icon available so what almost always ends up happening is Apple using a screen shot of the webpage as the icon. Having a generic screen shot can effect your branding message.

By shane
Thu, 2015-02-19 10:46
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #193

The Drupal 7 Interval Field module provides a simple way to create a duration or interval field on any Drupal 7 field-able entity. A common use for this might be on a content type that generally keeps track of dates. Sometimes it easier to summarize a group of dates to a user or visitor using an interval field rather than selecting multiple dates.

An interval field is useful for keeping track of data such as:

By adam
Thu, 2015-02-12 08:20
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #192

We kept things simple for this episode of the DDoD. The options element module uses Javascript to create an easy way to create radio button and checkbox options for fields on a Drupal content type. Before this module you had to add key|value for each options you wanted. Using this module the key and value is broken down into two fields making it easier to distinguish the difference.

By shane
Thu, 2015-02-05 03:18
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In An Introduction to Git Part 4, you learned the basics of Git branches. You are now ready to push your Git repository to a Git hosting service such as Github or Bitbucket. After that, we will bring it all together and discuss possible ways to use Git in your next Drupal project.

By shane
Tue, 2015-02-03 19:58
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In the last section, An introduction to Git Part 3, you learned about adding and committing files to your Git repository. In this section, you will learn about Git branches and how using Git branches can help your Drupal development process. You will also learn a few different Git branch methodologies you can try out in your own Drupal projects.

By shane
Mon, 2015-02-02 11:01
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Code Karate has recently posted numerous times on the importance of hosting and finding a reliable hosting service for your Drupal website. In this post I will introduce Site5 Hosting and demonstrate how it can be used to set up a Drupal website. If you are looking for a Drupal host, Site5 provides great service and support. If you are not sure yet, the instructions below are still useful for many hosting provides as it goes over the basics of CPanel (used by many shared hosting providers).

By shane
Thu, 2015-01-29 00:00
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In An Introduction to Git Part 1, you learned what Git is and how to download it on your computer. In An Introduction to Git Part 2, you learned how to configure Git and create your first Git repository. In this section you will learn how to add and commit files to your new Git repository.

By shane
Tue, 2015-01-27 14:49
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In An introduction to Git Part 1, you learned a little about what Git and Version control is. You also installed Git on your computer. You are now ready to configure Git and set up your first Git repository. Whether you are using Git for the first time on a Drupal project, or for the 100th time, creating your Git repository always follows the same simple steps.

By shane
Tue, 2015-01-20 09:18
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If you are not already using Git on your Drupal websites or projects, now is the time to learn. Over the next week or two, I will be going over a brief introduction to Git in 5 parts. In the following post, I will provide a quick overview of Git and Git hosting services. In subsequent parts, I will walk through examples of Git commands and what they do. In the 5th and final part I will bring it all together with examples of how Git is commonly used with Drupal.

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