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KnackForge: How to change Twitter Bootstrap's tour template

Posted on Monday, September 22nd, 2014 by Anonymous

After Zen, Bootstrap has been our favorite theme framework for Drupal sites we build. Bootstrap embraces a lot of interesting features with it. One among them is Tour, which could give a quick walk-through of various things in a site with a brief summary in a popup/tooltip style.

We leverage this to give a quick introduction to various administrative links and their purpose to Drupal admin.

Drupal Commerce: Updating Drupal Commerce created usernames

Posted on Sunday, September 21st, 2014 by Anonymous

Thanks to the work of the Drupal security team, we released Drupal Commerce 7.x-1.10 on September 10 to address an information disclosure vulnerability. Last week we released a companion module to that update, Commerce Username Update, to help administrators manage the username update the release requires. The new version also includes a handful of minor bug fixes and a new feature to better support free order notifications on the checkout form.

Read more to learn more about the patched vulnerability and new feature.

Drupal Commerce: Updating Drupal Commerce created usernames

Posted on Sunday, September 21st, 2014 by Anonymous

Thanks to the work of the Drupal security team, we released Drupal Commerce 7.x-1.10 on September 10 to address an information disclosure vulnerability. Last week we released a companion module to that update, Commerce Username Update, to help administrators manage the username update the release requires. The new version also includes a handful of minor bug fixes and a new feature to better support free order notifications on the checkout form.

Read more to learn more about the patched vulnerability and new feature.

Drupal Easy: The Big Picture: Drupal 8 Migrate in Core

Posted on Sunday, September 21st, 2014 by Anonymous

Wildebeest Migration

Migrating from major version to major version of Drupal core has always been a significantly large task for all but the simplest sites. The upgrade path that has traditionally been part of Drupal core has always been limited in what it can do, so most sites were forced to use alternative methods to migrate configuration and content. Sometimes these migrations were manual, sometimes automated, and most often a combination of the two.

Drupal Easy: The Big Picture: Drupal 8 Migrate in Core

Posted on Sunday, September 21st, 2014 by Anonymous

Wildebeest Migration

Migrating from major version to major version of Drupal core has always been a significantly large task for all but the simplest sites. The upgrade path that has traditionally been part of Drupal core has always been limited in what it can do, so most sites were forced to use alternative methods to migrate configuration and content. Sometimes these migrations were manual, sometimes automated, and most often a combination of the two.

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