Is your unsubscribe form losing you customers? Just because they don’t want your newsletter, don’t make them hate you
Sometimes you’re just dying to bring the power of views formatting to individual CCK fields. The Node Reference Views modules does just that.
How to make product options into a displayable field in Ubercart
One challenge for any Drupal site is making the interface simpler for the “end admin”, that is to say the person who will ultimately run the site, but is not a developer or Drupal guru. In general, you can turn most things on and off, but the menu system does not allow you to hide […]
Change a Drupal form label in such a way that you change it in one place and leave it alone in another, which is not possible with string overrides
I have nothing especially original to add here — this page is mostly meant as a bookmark for my memory. The fix for a vertical menu is slightly (but only slightly) different from the solution outlined in the official docs, so here it is. Essentially, the problem is this: the Fusion theme for Drupal uses […]
These are just some random notes on various solutions and half solutions people have put out there for making “mega menus” in Drupal. I’m sure there are much better roundups out there. I just don’t want this to fade entirely into the disorganized soup of my delicious bookmarks. In brief, a mega menu is a […]
I’ve been testing Webgility eCC with Ubercart and Dazzle and Stamps.com. Okay, I expect anyone who makes it to this page will know what all of those are, but in brief: Ubercart is a shopping cart system built on Drupal. I love the power of Drupal CCK (custom structured data fields of any imaginable sort) […]
Lately, I’ve been looking into figuring out the ins and outs of credit card payment processing for two projects. One is our Yosemite vacation rental and the other is an ecommerce website for a friend who sells ultralight hiking gear. It can be dizzying with all the options and many pitfalls along the way. A […]
Most people in academia learn a style of writing that is great for precision, but terrible for persuasion, and those habits are deadly when it comes time procure grants, fellowships and jobs.