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Mediacurrent: Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options, an Alternative to Nodequeue

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Anonymous

Draggable Views

When approaching new Drupal projects, I’m always excited to listen and learn about the project’s requirements. It’s an occasion to create just the right solution. With a recent project, I took the opportunity to rethink the use of Nodequeue to manage front page content, and instead used the Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options projects. Before diving into that solution, let’s step through other solutions to manage front page content, so we can undestand the pros and cons of each.

Mediacurrent: Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options, an Alternative to Nodequeue

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Anonymous

Draggable Views

When approaching new Drupal projects, I’m always excited to listen and learn about the project’s requirements. It’s an occasion to create just the right solution. With a recent project, I took the opportunity to rethink the use of Nodequeue to manage front page content, and instead used the Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options projects. Before diving into that solution, let’s step through other solutions to manage front page content, so we can undestand the pros and cons of each.

Mediacurrent: Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options, an Alternative to Nodequeue

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Anonymous

Draggable Views

When approaching new Drupal projects, I’m always excited to listen and learn about the project’s requirements. It’s an occasion to create just the right solution. With a recent project, I took the opportunity to rethink the use of Nodequeue to manage front page content, and instead used the Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options projects. Before diving into that solution, let’s step through other solutions to manage front page content, so we can undestand the pros and cons of each.

Mediacurrent: Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options, an Alternative to Nodequeue

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Anonymous

Draggable Views

When approaching new Drupal projects, I’m always excited to listen and learn about the project’s requirements. It’s an occasion to create just the right solution. With a recent project, I took the opportunity to rethink the use of Nodequeue to manage front page content, and instead used the Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options projects. Before diving into that solution, let’s step through other solutions to manage front page content, so we can undestand the pros and cons of each.

Mediacurrent: Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options, an Alternative to Nodequeue

Posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Anonymous

Draggable Views

When approaching new Drupal projects, I’m always excited to listen and learn about the project’s requirements. It’s an occasion to create just the right solution. With a recent project, I took the opportunity to rethink the use of Nodequeue to manage front page content, and instead used the Draggableviews and Custom Publishing Options projects. Before diving into that solution, let’s step through other solutions to manage front page content, so we can undestand the pros and cons of each.

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