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This is already built-in in Drupal 6 (and 7), in the function node_validate. The relevant piece of code is reproduced below: if (isset($node->nid) && (node_last_changed($node->nid) > $node->changed …
answered Apr 15 '14 by Free Radical
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willing to do some work". Many Drupal 7 modules doesn't use critical functions that only exists in Drupal 7. This means that you can "downgrade" them from Drupal 7 to Drupal 6 by rewriting the hooks and … other functions that calls the Drupal API to conform to Drupal 6. I've done it myself with a couple of modules, and if you're familiar with both sets of APIs, it usually doable. …
answered Apr 7 '14 by Free Radical
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Drupal let you specify custom 403 and 404 error pages: admin->settings->error-reporting Your custom error page may be PHP, so you can place any logic in it you want, including the one you suggest. …
answered Apr 29 '13 by Free Radical
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(or Streaming) Text Orientated Messaging Protocol. The Stomp module implements an alternative Drupal Queue backend for queues supporting the STOMP protocol - such as ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ. For Drupal 6, there is JSON server. I am not familiar with it, but you may be able to use that instead. …
answered May 25 '13 by Free Radical
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From your comments, it looks like you're using Drupal 6. In that case, use a single hypen (not a double) in the name of your template file. I.e.: page-testpage.tpl.php instead of page--testpage.tpl.php. (Use the double hyphen syntax for Drupal 7.) …
answered Aug 15 '13 by Free Radical
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All uploaded documents in Drupal goes into the same directory (you identify this directory when you configure files system settings). This directory is the central document store you ask about. As f …
answered Apr 25 '13 by Free Radical
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The Custom Error module lets you set up custom 403 and 404 error pages. You can also do custom redirects for 404. Disclosure: I am the co-maintainer for Custom Error.
answered May 29 '13 by Free Radical
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For an overview and comparion of Drupal newsletter modules, see this page on Drupal.org: Comparison of email newsletter oriented modules. For an advanced solution that let you send HTML-styled newsl …
answered May 25 '13 by Free Radical
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Does Drupal override php setting by it self by .htaccess? No. Nor does it do it by any other method. As pointed out in the comment by kiamlaluno, Drupal comes with its own .htaccess file. You' …
answered Apr 12 '14 by Free Radical
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I am backporting a module from D7 to D6, and I am not familiar with Drupal 6. The following three lines runs a chunk of text in the variable $input through the Markdown filter to produce $output … fine on Drupal 7. On D6, the call to module_invoke returns NULL (so the rest fails). The cause is obvious, hook_filter_info did not exist for Drupal 6, so this is invoking a non-existing hook. It …
asked Mar 28 '15 by Free Radical
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You can do it with the built-in text filter named "PHP Code". To get access to this, you need to first enable the core PHP Filter module (in core, but disabled by default). Then navigate to Home » A …
answered Oct 6 '13 by Free Radical
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Handling of "Clean URLs" has changed from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 in a way that affects Apache RewriteRule. I'm not sure if that is what has bitten you since I don't recognise home/software?code=$1 as … a typical Drupal URL. But I've found that in Drupal 7 I need to rewrite to a "unclean" URL. For instance, the following will work in Drupal 6, but not in Drupal 7: RewriteRule ^home/code …
answered Jan 6 '13 by Free Radical
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From the information given, it is impossible to give a full answer. For instance: Are your site on a dedicated server, or on shared hosting? What user and group "owns" the files in your Drupal insta …
answered May 13 '13 by Free Radical
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The short answer is: "yes, it is possible". There may be different ways of approaching this, but one approach is to use some sort of URL rewriting (e.g. Apache RewriteRule) to let Drupal pick up the …
answered Feb 12 '13 by Free Radical
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www-data or the www-data group on your site (letter 3 in the permission string is the setting for the www-data user, and letter 6 is the the setting for the www-data group) - then the site is not …
answered Jan 21 '14 by Free Radical

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