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By shane
Fri, 2015-05-01 06:18
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #205

Sometimes you have a situations where your normal Drupal administration menu just won’t cut it. Maybe you have someone that needs to perform some administrative tasks on your site such as managing content and comments, or perhaps something more complex such as managing the Drupal blocks. This person might be a technical wizard, but there is also a good chance that they might not be. In fact, they might be the person in the office that calls you when their “computer is broke”.

By adam
Thu, 2014-12-18 07:19
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
Thu, 2014-12-18 07:18
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #186

The Drupal Rules Filter Module is a simple module that makes it easy to sort through a long list of Drupal Rules. This is a module that is especially useful on those larger scale Drupal websites that rely heavily on the rules module and have many contributed Drupal modules installed.

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.

Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #157

The Mobile Friendly Navigation Toolbar is a replacement for the standard administration toolbar that comes with Drupal 7. This administrative toolbar is responsive making it much easier to administer your Drupal website from a tablet or mobile device. There is nothing particularly difficult about the module, however the installation process is a little more complex than most modules. This video walks you through the setup process and shows how to download the necessary libraries to get this module working.

By adam
Fri, 2014-06-27 07:19
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #156

In this episode of the Daily Dose of Drupal we go over the Jammer module. This simply module allows you to show/hide content type elements from various roles. This elements could include author panes, menu panes, comment panes, revision panes, etc.

By shane
Mon, 2013-03-11 21:54
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #126

The Drupal 7 Menu Admin Per Menu module is a simple module that allows you to grant permissions for users to administer specific Drupal menus based on their role. This module for instance would allow you to allow one role to modify the Main menu, while not allowing the role to modify a separate menu on your Drupal 7 website.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to allow a specific role to administer the user menu on a Drupal site without giving them access to modify the Main menu
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #109

The Drupal 7 Block Up Down module allows easy management of your blocks from the front end of your site (rather than having to go to the Administer Blocks page).

In this episode you will learn:

  • What the Block Up Down module is used for
  • How to use the Block Up Down module to re-position or disable blocks on your Drupal site

Thanks to for sponsoring today's episode.

By shane
Thu, 2013-02-14 07:02
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #108

The Drupal 7 Coffee Module is a handy module that streamlines the administration of a Drupal 7 site by allow a quick search like mechanism for navigating to various administrative screens or for adding new content to your Drupal website.

In this episode you will learn:

  • How the Drupal Coffee module can speed up your Drupal administration tasks
  • How to use the Drupal Coffee module to navigate around Drupal administration pages
Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #100

The big 100th episode! In this episode I go over my company's Drupal development environment ( I discuss how we use Aegir ( to manage and deploy our Drupal websites. I also mention how the development process works using development and live environments spread across multiple servers dedicated to hosting Drupal websites. I mention what operating systems we use along with my personal preference for browsers.

One thing I didn't mention is that I use Komodo Edit for my code editor. I think it is pretty awesome.

Nov 14, 2014 - Update My development environment and process has changed drastically over the last few years. However, take a look at the 5 Secrets to Becoming a Drupal 7 Ninja Ebook as I cover setting up you Drupal Development Process extensively.