New York State Senate As you have probably already seen at Drupal.org, Advomatic recently launched the new site for the New York State Senate. This front page announcement has received some interest from... more
A Drupal 6 site we are currently building has a requirement to not set cookies for anonymous users. In this blog post, I describe the hack-free solution we implemented for them that prevents Drupal from setting cookies.
New York State Senate After winning control of the New York State Senate for the first time in almost 50 years, the Democratic party turned to Advomatic to quickly deploy a new website powered by Drupal. There were many challenges to be overcome,... more
New York State Senate Last November, after most of the last century in the minority, the New York State Senate Democrats finally won control of the State’s upper chamber.
With the majority came budget control and the power to make Senate-wide infrastructure choices - including internet decisions. This is how... more
The prankster that it is, Internet Explorer has thrown an issue at us recently that really had us scratching our head for a little bit. It turns out, IE 6/7/8 has a limit on the number of CSS files you can load. Anyone who's worked on a medium to large Drupal site knows that you can have a very... more
Whew. It's finally over. Months and months have gone by, and the project you've been working on is almost ready for launch. Normally, you'd be happy to just push the project to the back of your mind... more
Recently while rummaging through my bookshelf for a good book, I came across Robert Pirsig's classic Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (ZMM). One of the occupational hazards of web work is having your... more
Here’s a mini tutorial on applying imagecache presets to user profile pictures. This isn’t hard to do -- a breeze compared to what one had to do in Drupal 5 -- but this write-up might still save someone a little time, I hope!
Sometimes it’s not when you see the light, but when you feel the heat that things change. Here’s the saga of Advomatic’s shiny new site, and what makes it 200% great.
When we founded Advomatic on January 1, 2005, word-of-mouth referrals from co-workers at the Dean campaign were already... more