Drupal

Views Quality Checklist

Much has been written on how to use the Drupal Views module effectively, but less on how to use it like a perfectionist professional. I started the following checklist for my team to level up everyone's pre- ticket review quality, but it can be useful for any Views builders.

Getting Started

On every site, run drush vd to turn the Views settings to the advanced mode.

Using Breakpoint 1.0 in a Responsive Web Design Project

Submitted by Mason Wendell on

A little while ago (hours ago, actually) my friend Sam and I released 1.0 of our Sass project Breakpoint. (Announcement here.) Breakpoint makes writing media queries really simple. I want to show you a little about how we use it day-to-day on responsive projects here at Zivtech.

Drupaldelphia: Get Involved with Core Sprint

Submitted by Tim Plunkett on

After a full day of sessions and learning about Drupal, Saturday June 23rd from 10 am to 5 pm will be the third Get Involved with Core Sprint. (Previous sprints were held at DrupalCon Denver and DrupalCamp Twin Cities). The sprint will be hosted at Zivtech (the same location as the previous night's after-party).

Yo! Drupaldelphia 2012, Zivtech Office Opening Party & Drupal Core Code Sprint! Come to Philly!

Submitted by Alex UA on

Come join Zivtech and the rest of the Philadelphia Drupal community on June 22-23, for two action packed days of good programing, great beer/food/code, and even better people!

Upgrading Drupal from 4.6 to 7? It can be done.

Submitted by Ryan Gibson on

Recently, I was challenged with upgrading a Drupal site from 4.6 to 7. If you're not too familiar with Drupal, you might not realize that Drupal must be upgraded one major release at a time. For those of you who are counting, that's four major version upgrades (4.6 -> 4.7 -> 5 -> 6 -> 7). This might not seem like a big deal, but depending on the site, this can be a tricky process.

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