Tagged: drupal 6

How do I manage the security of my Drupal 6 site?

In our last post we talked about how the Drupal Community is supporting Drupal 6 after its end-of-life and what that means for your Drupal 6 site.  In this post we’ll get a bit more technical and talk about what exactly you need to do to keep your website up to date. Step #1: Getting

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Arm yourself with Drupal $body_classes!

A common question I get for theming Drupal sites is how to apply css to specific pages. For example, you might want your background image for your header to change on specific pages. Out of the box, Drupal doesn’t give you any class in the HTML that’s unique to your node to grab onto. This

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Theming the User Login Block

Don’t want people to look at your site and immediately know it is Drupal? Theme your user login block! While it isn’t always your top priority, customizing the look and feel of the login form helps maintain the integrity of a custom design. In this post, I’ll get you started using both CSS and PHP

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Faking imagecache for external images in Drupal

Imagecache is just one of those modules that we use on a consistent basis. There are usually many places within a complex site where the ability to crop and scale an image to a certain size comes into play. While this works great for images that you are storing on your own server, you run

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Module Development during DrupalCon

So I was just updating the Contributed Modules Status page at gdo to reflect that I plan to work on upgrading Embedded Media Field to Drupal 6.x during DrupalCon, and noticed that fago also plans to work on Workflow-ng “after the drupalcon”. So I scanned through the list to see if anyone else was planning

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This Blog is Built in Drupal 6

I’ve finally decided to set up a personal blog, which you are looking at right now. I can usually find a few minutes a day to write about whatever’s going on, but haven’t had a decent forum for some of it, or stuff gets all scattered. As most of my day is spent working with

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