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Want to Place Drupal Adsense in the Middle of Your Content?

Drupal comes with many handy modules, not the least of which are the Adsense and Adsense Injector modules – which let you control the look, feel, and placement of your Adsense ads within your Drupal pages. The problem? The Adsense injector, while having the right intentions, isn’t quite to the level where it will allow you to “inject” ads into the middle of your content. We show you how to tweak your template files and allow automatic insertion of ads after a particular number of paragraphs…

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Email Marketing Service Comparison 2021: GetResponse vs AWeber vs MailChimp vs Constant Contact & More

Best Email Marketing Service Review

If email marketing isn’t a part of your business, the number one question we ask you is: what are you waiting for?? Want to send an email to your prospective customers but not sure where to start? You are not alone! Email marketing has become a must to keep your customers engaged and your business booming. As with most things tech-related, email marketing is growing exponentially, not just with the number of service providers out there but with the increasingly advanced tech features that are becoming the norm The days of one email marketing service dominating the market are gone – there are SO many good ones to choose from (in fact, we review over 20 here!). But how do you even begin to weed them out? That’s where we come in. We’ve broken down the most popular email marketing service providers out there and given you recommendations…

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How To Set CCK Teasers Without Hacks

Getting teasers to work in CCK has been a long-running issue in the Drupal community. The current approaches are summed up nicely by warco in his post on Developing CCK teasers the right way. I attempted nearly all those approaches. While they all have their merits, there are problems with all of them. The patches …

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Backing Up and Restoring Drupal Using a Migrate Module

Drupal Backup and Migrate

Protecting Drupal data is slightly more complicated than a locally stored, static-file website, since all the data is stored in a database. Therefore the key to backing up your data is to backup the database. Here I outline a process that works for me. I do not make any guarantees as to the correctness of this information nor will I be held responsible for any problems you encounter as a result of its use.

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Protect Your Business With A Website Development Agreement

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Whether you’re a web designer/ developer yourself, or you run a business and have a web developer on staff, it’s important for you to have a contract that protects you and your company from fraud and liability. Liability protection, even for corporations, has many loopholes. For this reason discuss and provide web development contract resources for those interested…

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