After a limited rollout of free licenses during their 10th birthday, Opera ASA is going all the way and giving out its browser for free.
How to restrict your view of this blog, or any Dotclear-based blog, to Drupal posts, or Bass posts, or whatever.
Most guitars and basses, especially in the lower and middle price ranges have "dead spots", places on the neck that don't sound as well as other places. Sometimes there's a cheaper fix than going out to buy a more expensive axe.
hook_form is used both for adding new nodes and editing existing ones, and no parameter is passed to describe the current operation.
Why is it not needed ? Because a simple test can show whether the node is being added or edited:
Are you interested in a module for helpdesk / customer support on Drupal-based sites ? Then read further and have a look at the diagram !
Using Apache, clean URLs in Drupal compatible with SEO are achieved using
mod_rewrite, but no built-in equivalent seems to exist for Microsoft IIS. There is a hack, though...
During its 10th anniversary party, Opera is giving away free registrations for all current versions of the Opera browser.
You can get yours while the party lasts at: http://my.opera.com/community/party/reg.dml and appreciate what I consider to be the best browser for all usual platforms at no cost.
There has been lots of buzz being done these last few days about a soon-to-be new economic model for Opera, by the way. Run Opera, Run !
Code Navigation button in Dreamweaver allows developers to jump directly from function to function. Yet it is only available from the Code Inspector panel, not the main editor. Here is how to restore it.
Some sites may wish to display to users what their roles are. Here is a small module allowing just this.