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Daily Dose of Drupal Episode #100

The big 100th episode! In this episode I go over my company's Drupal development environment (http://beginr.com). I discuss how we use Aegir (http://www.aegirproject.org/) 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.

I recently was helping a new Drupal developer with some issues after they attempted a Drupal update that really messed up their Drupal website. They were getting a bunch of Fatal errors that were causing the site to be completely broken. This user was on a Windows system running a Drupal 7 development site on their localhost. Here are the steps I tried and how I fixed the problem.

Download a new Drupal 7 core

Have you ever ran into a problem where you needed to upload relatively large files and still want to be able to manage these from the Drupal 7 administrative interface? If so, you may run into a situation like the one below:

You will notice the 12 MB text stating that we can only upload files that are 12 MB and under. In this case I needed this number to be a little bigger.

By shane
Fri, 2012-04-13 11:24

There may come a time where you need to force a user to see your site under HTTPS. If you only have one site on the server, you can easily add something like this to your apache config file:


Redirect permanent / https://www.domainname.com/