If you are looking to rebuild or create a new site and you are wondering which of the many CMS systems to use then the latest report from Adobe and Econsultancy might help you better understand what to look out for.
Incredibly flexible and modular as Drupal is, we’ve found several consistent issues come up with our clients when they actually get their hands on their new web site. Especially once they start content editing and site management in earnest. The element I’m referring to is the content management aspect of Drupal.
Tomorrow, Gergely and I will be heading off to DrupalCon 2011 in London.
I've been using the Drupal Category Module for a website. The owner of the site wants people to register for free on the site to view the content but to be able to still navigate through the site so you get an idea of what content is on the site first.
When creating a new Drupal module, I'd been trying to add a couple of links to a sidebar when viewing a user's details. I could of done this using a block but that would rely upon the block being setup to only appear on the user's page, and would also include all the markup that comes with a block. This is how I got around all that.
I've been doing a lot of work with Drupal recently. The documentation is somewhat unreliable on their site. I've found quite a few instances where there has been code that doesn't work or at least now in my version of drupal. If you're having issues with customising the search box, try using this code instead in your theme.