Static Websites

What is it? A static website is just that, you write your material just as you would in any word processor upload it as a .html or .htm webpage. Creating pages has it’s advantages and disadvantages. The majority of websites found on the internet fall into this class. Advantages of Static Sites. Static sites are [...]

Building Websites

Do you really need A WebSite? If you plan to market both online and offline the answer to that question is an emphatic yes. The next question is should you use someone else’s system or your own? I believe this is where most people run into trouble. Using someone else’s system take a lot of [...]

Ninety-nine percent of the time installing a security update for Drupal 6 is a painless process, it just works. Not this time. At this point in time I have to say installing Ctools 6.x-1.4 and Panels 6.x-3.4 will break your site and evidently the maintainers do not care at all. Why would I say that? [...]

AT Koda Drupal 6 Theme

At the beginning of this month I wrote a post about Fusion or AdaptiveTheme and the Drupal 6 theme AT Koda. What I liked about the original design done by Kodamera and ported to Drupal by Adaptivethemes was the clean lines. In many ways it looked a lot like one of the early designs I [...]

Sometimes I think I know just enough about Drupal to be dangerous. In the next few weeks I’ll be posting a review on Drupal 6 Attachement Views by J. Ayen Green via PACKT publishing. I’ve played with the views module and I know I’ve just scratched the surface yet I can see that it has [...]

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