Back in the good old days (circa 2008, Drupal 6.3) there was me. Me and my Drupal installations. And not much of a clue about anything. Then I thought, if only I had a WYSIWYG editor, my life would be complete. Then I tried to install one (TinyMCE specifically) and lo!, my nightmares began in earnest.
Mark Conroy | Frontend Web Developer
Thomas Hardy, one of the better ones, in a long line of great poets.
That marvelous event of nature that only happens twice a year (no, it's not the solstice (or the equinox)) is upon us: Drupal Camp in Ireland. This time, we're off to the rebel county: Cork.
You have a view listing nodes on your Drupal website and wish to use Better Exposed Filters as links that load in AJAX (perhaps inside a panel pane). Sounds simple? It should be. But ...
Aaaarrgghh ... the Drupal mantra - "there's a module for that" - didn't hold true! There was no module. I had to come up with a solution; a solution to a problem that should have been simple (it was in the end).
You want to upgrade your website from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. The easy way!
It's not often that a poem puts a shiver down my spine every time I read it, but Primo Levi's 'Song of Those Who Died in Vain' is certainly one of them.