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By adam
2014-12-18 07:19
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #187

The Password Reset Landing Page or PRLP module is honestly one of the simplest modules you have come across. The sole purpose of the module is to provide the ability for users who request a new password to be able to reset their password on the password reset landing page instead of having to do so on the user edit page.

By shane
2013-01-18 19:15
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #90

This episode continues where the last video on the Drupal 7 PrivateMsg module left off and goes into many of the various sub modules that the come included with the Drupal 7 Private Mesages module.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to send emails to users when they receive a private message
  • How to allow users to block other users from sending private mesages to them
  • How to configure Private Msg blocking rules
By shane
2013-01-17 23:34
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #89

The Drupal 7 PrivateMsg module allows users on your Drupal website to send and receive private messages to one another. The PrivateMsg module is very configurable and can be used on a wide variety of Drupal 7 websites such as community sites and social networking sites.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to set permissions and configure the Drupal PrivateMsg module
  • How to send a private message to another Drupal user
By shane
2012-12-26 13:56
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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #74

Do you need to create an email newsletter or email subscription signup form on your Drupal website? If so, the Drupal 7 Mailchimp module along with an account on mailchimp.com is a great place to get started. In this episode I go over how to create a simple signup form using the third party email newsletter service, Mailchimp along with the Drupal module.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to install and configure the Drupal 7 Mailchimp module
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #56

In the second part of this module investigator episode, I continue looking at the Drupal 7 Email field module and how the module implements Drupal 7 hooks to interact with the Drupal 7 Field API.

This is part 2 of the Daily Dose of Drupal episode 55. Unfortunately this one was even longer than part 1. I will try to shorten these videos up a little bit going forward.

In this episode you will learn:

    Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #55

    This is the first ever Module Investigator episode of the Daily Dose of Drupal. In a Module Investigator episode, I walk through the module PHP code of a module that I have covered in another Daily Dose of Drupal episode.

    In this episode I look at the code of the Drupal 7 Email Field module that I covered in the Daily Dose of Drupal episode 42.

    This is a rather long episode, but it covers a lot of important topics.

    In this episode you will learn:

      By shane
      2012-11-01 22:47
      2 comments
      Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #42

      The Drupal 7 Link module and the Drupal 7 Email field module are useful modules for extending the functionality of Drupal 7 fields. They are simple but effective modules for adding a link or email field to a Drupal 7 content type.

      In this episode you will learn:

      • How the Drupal 7 link module can be used to add fields to a content type to store and display links
      • How the Drupal 7 email field module can be used to fields to a content type to store and display email addresses
      By shane
      2012-10-01 23:54
      8 comments
      Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #19

      This continues on the module we started last time and shows how to implement hook_cron to run periodic tasks on your Drupal website. Also goes over hook_mail and the drupal_mail function for creating and sending email messages within your Drupal 7 module.

      In this episode you will learn:

      • How to implement hook_cron in a Drupal 7 module
      • How to implement hook_mail to set up email messages in your Drupal 7 module
      • How to trigger the sending of email in a Drupal 7 module with the drupal_mail function
      By shane
      2011-03-15 08:26
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      As mentioned in a previous post, here is a quick shortened and simplified example that is similar to the code I used on a past Drupal site to create a message template. This example uses the messaging modules hook_messaging, it also declares a few token values that are passed through to the template.

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