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Continuous Deployment for Drupal 7 (part 2)

Continuous Deployment for Drupal 7 (part 2)

        Filed under: Drupal, How to, Web Development

  Hi again! If you haven’t read the first part of this article, then you might want to give a look at Continuous Deployment for Drupal 7 (part 1) before moving onto this one. If you already read it, then great! Let’s continue then. At this point you know that to implement your continuous deployment workflow for…

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SendGrid, an alternative to Mandrill to send messages from your website

SendGrid, an alternative to Mandrill to send messages from your website

        Filed under: Drupal, WordPress

  As you may already know, Mandrill changed radically some time ago, now you need to have a paid subscription on Mailchimp to be able use the transactional message delivery service a.k.a. Mandrill, and you will need to pay for that component as well, so it can be complex and at the same time a bit…

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Continuous Deployment for Drupal 7 (part 1)

Continuous Deployment for Drupal 7 (part 1)

        Filed under: Drupal, How to, Web Development

  Working with a CMS such as WordPress or Drupal makes life easier for Web Developers, but once you want to start doing things the right way, a bunch of terms fall into your mind, such as: package managers, development environments, APIs, continuous integration, continuous development, etc. And you start wondering: how can I do this while…

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Keep Links and References to Images across Servers in Drupal

Keep Links and References to Images across Servers in Drupal

        Filed under: Drupal, Web Design

Drupal is really great as keeping references to media files when they are specified as fields in a content type, but not so great when those images are added to the content of a page by using a WYSIWYG editor, like CKEditor. In this article, I will explain how to configure Drupal to embed Media files…

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Dealing with SPAM on Drupal

Dealing with SPAM on Drupal

        Filed under: Drupal, How to, Web Design

SPAMMERS are becoming more and more sophisticated, recently we had to support a client’s website protected with Mollom, although Mollom does a good job, it’s not enough, we found there were already a great amount of these annoying messages, we found that even reCaptcha module challenges already set were bypassed by robots, in any case…

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CKEditor open source license for Drupal projects

CKEditor open source license for Drupal projects

        Filed under: Drupal, Web Design, Web Development

CKEditor has an open source version that can be used in Drupal (check version). These are the license details: CKEditor is distributed under the GPL, LGPL and MPL Open Source licenses. This triple copyleft licensing model is flexible and allows you to choose the license that is best suited for your needs. http://ckeditor.com/about/license However, please notice that by default, CKeditor comes…

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