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Cheeky Monkey Media: Toolbar and Admin Menu Tweaks

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot
Toolbar and Admin Menu Tweaks

Have you ever been working on a site, and had your QA department, or your client come back with issues because when logged in, the local tabs (view, edit, etc) distort the page layout? Or maybe there are a lot of pages that contain a lot of content, and it has become frustrating for site admins to have to scroll all the way back up to edit the page? Wouldn’t it be great to still have easy access to the local tabs and not have them add extra bulk to the page layout and content?

Mpumelelo Msimanga: Defining Drill Downs in Drupal Views

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

Defining Drill Downs in Drupal Views

Drupal Views Drill Down

The logical way to analyse data is to start by looking at summarised data before looking at the detail. This is referred to as drilling down. In this post I demonstrate how to define drill down functionality between two Drupal Views. This is a continuation on my series of posts showing how Drupal can be used as a BI or data analysis front end.

Wunderkraut blog: build.sh

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

We are HUGE fans of simplicity, automation and open source. Here's one of our solutions for keeping track of Drupal module versions, custom/contrib code, deploying and taking backups. And more!

A while back I was introduced to a script which was used to download a given version of the Drupal core with a handful of modules AND  copy any custom modules/profiles/themes under a given path inside the Drupal installation AND run the Drupal installation from shell! SO COOL! This completely eliminated the need to have 3rd party code in our repositories and it made (at least) my life a whole lot more worry free.

CiviCRM Blog: Pro-bono Drupal work available

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

Cividesk is one of the leading CiviCRM service providers. Giving Back is a cornerstone of our company culture, and we proudly support many charitable and humanitarian organizations with pro-bono or reduced-cost services. While our Giving back program is usually full, we still have a few Drupal openings this summer and would therefore be glad to support nonprofits that need Drupal work with pro-bono services.

Criteria for being part of the program are simple: being a primarely volunteer-run non-profit organization providing free and secular services to the underprivileged (every word is important!).

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