By adam
Fri, 2014-10-31 06:38
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #176

In this video we look at the Publication Date module. This module allows content creators to use the date in which the content on their website is published and NOT just when it is created. In other words, if you create a post a week prior to publishing it, this module will use the date in which the post goes to published. Again, this is a simple module but can be extremely helpful if you post a lot of content or have a habit of writing content days or weeks prior to publishing.

By adam
Wed, 2014-10-29 06:28
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If you have been around CodeKarate.com for awhile you have noticed that our branding has been, well inconsistent. In less than a year, we have managed to swap in and out three different logos. Each logo I suppose tells a story of Code Karate and played an important role in getting Code Karate to where it is today. As we embark on what we believe to be a turning point in Code Karate we wanted to share with you our old logos and show off our new logo.

Code Karate First Logo

By shane
Fri, 2014-10-24 08:14
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #175

If you have ever built a site using the entity reference module, then the Entity Reference View Widget module is a module that you should know about. It isn't always necessary, but can be a lifesaver if you have a lot of referenced content that you need to sort through and select from on your Entity Reference fields. This is a good replacement for using a traditional autocomplete field for your entity reference fields..

In this lesson you will learn:

By adam
Tue, 2014-10-21 10:42
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As developers we always are looking for ways to become more efficient. After all, time is money.

One of things we found that always cost us more time than needed was remembering Drush commands when building our Drupal websites. Obviously, Google will find thousands of sites with this information, but just having a sheet laying on our desks seems to provide the answer faster. Remember time is money.

By adam
Fri, 2014-10-17 07:40
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #174

In episode 174, we look at a new way to display administrative messages. In other words, absolute messages is a module that changes how status, error and warning messages are displayed. For the most part, this is a nominal improvement, but does allow for hiding and showing of messages.

By adam
Wed, 2014-10-15 07:36
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #173

In episode 173 you learn about how to make a simple countdown timer using the jQuery Countdown Timer module. This module, which uses jQuery, allows you to specify an end date which the countdown timer will countdown to. The countdown timer is available as a block and can be placed in any region that you desire for your website. Also, at this recording their was a minor bug that didn't allow for countdown dates to extend beyond 100 days (wouldn't display the third digit).

By shane
Fri, 2014-10-10 07:26
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #172

The Entity Reference module not only allows you to reference entities within your Drupal site, it also allows you to do so using a custom created entity reference view. This allows you to leverage the power of the views module to control how the entity reference selection field is displayed.

By shane
Fri, 2014-10-03 11:16
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #171

The Drupal 7 Search Krumo Module extends the Devel module and makes it easier to debug PHP variables while developing Drupal modules or building Drupal themes. It adds a simple search box that allows you to quickly search through the Krumo output that is generated by the dpm function.

If you want to try it out quickly, simply download and install the module and run the following code on the variable you want to debug:

The Problem

Style this using views and CSS. What you are looking at below is a view being displayed as a grid. This is by far the easiest way to display content in a nice looking grid view, but as you will read there is a MUCH better way.


By adam
Fri, 2014-09-26 08:12
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #170

In this DDoD we look at the jReject module. This module allows you to display a modal popup notifying the user / visitor that their browser is outdated and wont work well with the site. In the video, you will see that jReject comes with a wide variety of customizations to fit your brand and preferences.

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