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Using expression(), db_or(), isNull(), isNotNull() in Drupal 7.x

I have resolved an issue, where i have to concat a php variable with database field and save it to database where the value is not null. 230 more words

How to install Drupal 7 through shell using Drush

Step 1 – Go into your public_html folder

cd ~/public_html

Step 2 – Download Drupal using drush command

drush dl drupal

Note: If successful, drupal will be downloaded inside public_html/drupal-7.12 directory… 79 more words

Linux

Online Web Support Documentation

As more institutions put their web user support materials online, the list of great examples will grow. Here, an ongoing collection of resources.

Web Help Videos… 26 more words

Web

Video: Parachuting into Drupal Crazy

This week I spoke at the DBUG Drupal meetup in Denver about an unglamorous but very important thing that comes up for any technologist: turning around applications that have, for one reason or another, left their users unhappy. 110 more words

Technophilia

Drupal Web Development: Ready-to-Use Software for Enterprise Sites!

Drupal is used for development of different types of sites such as blogs, portals, e-commerce sites, corporate web sites, forums, intranets, social networking sites and resource directories. 511 more words

Drupal

MUST-INSTALL MODULES FOR EVERY NEW DRUPAL 7 SITE

Use This List And Drush To Install These 28 Modules And Their Dependencies — With Just Two Simple Commands.

It’s impossible to know at the start of a project exactly what plugins, modules, libraries or other extensions you’ll need to finish building a website. 2,420 more words

Ubuntu

Using Update Manager Without FTP - Drupal

From here: http://drupal.org/documentation/modules/update

Using Update Manager Without FTP

FTP is not required to install new modules or themes. If you have access to ssh for your web host you can enable Update Manager by ensuring that file ownership for your Drupal site (or at least sites/default) is set to the same user that runs the web server. 56 more words

Ubuntu