Tag Archives: Drupal

What Is the Best CMS? Joomla vs WordPress vs Drupal vs Blogger

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One of the most important decisions you’ll make when planning a website is which content management system (CMS) you’ll use. If you’re new to the world of web development, you may not realize all the benefits you get from using a CMS. There are many factors to consider when selecting a CMS so we’ll help you find the best fit for you to develop that kick-butt website you’ve been dreaming of.

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Best Website Templates Comparison Table

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This table is a companion resource to our Best Website Templates article that provides all the necessary details for the leading website template providers. Use this table to help yourself in making an educated decision when it comes to the best website template service provider. You can read a more in depth review or visit the companies website directly…

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What’s the Best Open Source CMS?

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CMS stands for Content Management System. A CMS lets you update and manage your website without needing a wealth of technical know-how. The open source community is a software community of developers that contribute their time freely to developing software for everyone. We take a look at the best open source CMS options out there…

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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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How to Build the Best Event Management System in Drupal

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If you’ve used Drupal before, you’ve no doubt come across the event module, which has been offered as an add-on Drupal since the early stages of Drupal. It provides basic event functionality, and a separate event repeat module can be used to create repeating events. The problem with the event module is that the code is relatively unstable, there are numerous versions out there that all use a different code base, and in general, the module is losing support. We show you how to use the CCK, Date, Calendar, and Views module to create the best event management system in Drupal…

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How to Reset Drupal Admin Password

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There’s nothing more frustrating than updating your Drupal site only to be unable to login, and not having your admin password, therefore effectively locking you out of your site entirely. The first thing to try is to click on the lost password link, and have the password emailed to you. There is, however, a couple scenarios where this will fail to work…

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Integrating phpBB with Drupal

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While Drupal’s forums function fine and provide simple forum functionality, many users want the advanced functionality and extra features that bulletin board applications such as phpBB provide. However, getting the two to work together can be a real pain. So here’s a tutorial on integrating the two. In this example we use Drupal 4.7.x and phpBB 2.0.x. We can’t guarantee that this tutorial will work for other versions, although it may be worth a shot. Finally, this tutorial assumes that you already have a working drupal installation…

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