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  • 5 years 1 month ago

    We don’t make much of a secret that we’re big fans of Drupal websites here at Cheeky Monkey Media, which is why we want to share this article from SocialMediaToday.com with the whole clan.

  • 5 years ago

    One of the most challenging things for a website owner to do is to design and post content from a mobile device. One issue is that content takes a while to upload through mobile networks. In addition, content produced on mobile devices is limited.

    Laptops and desk top computers are much easier to use when posting content, but as far as carry one on the go, not so much. However, on the other hand, mobile devices may prove to be practical for an on-the-go lifestyle, they are not easy to post content from. So, what’s the monkey solution?

  • 5 years 1 month ago

    One of the most exciting new Drupal features we’ve seen in a while was announced this week when Acquia released a new source code called Drupal Create, which “allows developers to customize their own Drupal apps.” In an article on CMSwire.com, Anthony Myers writes, “Acquia is tackling thi

  • 5 years ago

    Wordpress vs. Drupal is a decision as hard for some as Coke vs Pepsi or Mac vs PC. Luckily, we monkeys are very versatile and enjoy swinging from one to another throughout the day. For those web owners who have to choose, however, there are many different standards that one could use to differentiate between the two, such as field versatility or usability. Some people, however, only feel that need for speed.

  • 5 years 1 month ago

    In today’s world, businesses and their websites go together like a monkey and a banana - when you see one, you just sort of expect it to have the other. When a business chooses the wrong style of website, it can kind of be like seeing a monkey with a carrot. Sure, it still makes sense and meets the basic nutritional requirements, but who are we kidding? It just doesn’t look right!

     

  • 5 years 2 months ago

    Drupal’s creator, Dries Buytaert says that Drupal 8, which will be released later this year, will be the “boldest release to date.”

     What is going to be so great about it? Well, for starters it will contain elements of Symfony2Web framework. Drupal will be transforming from a content management system to a unified Web platform. With these platforms, companies can build Web based services for both internal and business web sites.

    We as society have come a long way just in the past ten years. It used to be that companies didn’t have websites at all.

  • 5 years 5 months ago

    Maybe you know lots of reasons that you should be using Drupal, but today we are going to get down and personal with some true reasons why you should be using Drupal in 2013.

    #1. Easiest Out There

  • 5 years 7 months ago

    Websites made with Drupal are special. Just like the websites are special, so are the Drupal developers behind the websites. Have you ever considered becoming a developer? Keep reading for 10 perks to being a Drupal developer.

    #1. Creativity

    When it comes to being a Drupal developer, you are always allowed a lot of creativity. One of the best parts is that there are always several ways to complete a project, so you are not stuck doing it just one way. It’s a great way to express yourself and your passion for development.

  • 6 years 7 months ago
    Drupal 7 has a great system for doing amazing things at the theme level, out of the box it lets you create templates to a specific page. The only draw back is it does this using Drupal internal paths and not the path alias. On the project we are working on we needed all pages which started with resources/ in their path alias to use a specific page template file.
  • 6 years 11 months ago

    Today I had the need to pass variables typically only available at the page.tpl level to be accessible at the node.tpl level. My solution resulted in adding a preprocess_page(&$vars) to the template.php file. In this specific situation I needed to know in the node.tpl if the sidebar_first region was populated with anything or not and if it was then it would determine which image style to use on a header image. template.php

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