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Has anyone ever experienced issues with curl or file_get_contents() when using the batch API? I'm trying to import nodes from a remote data source via batch API; I used file_get_contents() during one …
asked Mar 19 '11 by Jepedo
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I am looking to hide a menu item based on the path of a couples pages. It would be similar to how blocks can be shown on or not shown on a path. My initial attempts revealed that the caching of menus …
asked Oct 25 '11 by Jepedo
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I would recommend using the deployment module. It was develop by Al Jazeera for a similar but more complex workflow. It is extremely beneficial for sharing content amongst multiple sites and setting u …
answered Jun 20 '12 by Jepedo
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In case anyone wants to know, I was able to accomplish this with some views hooks and will share my solution. First you need to register view api information /** * Implements hook_views_api(). */ …
answered Jun 20 '12 by Jepedo
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There are two modules that can pull this off for you. Either tvi or taxonomy display. Both are quite buggy in Drupal 7 at the moment so it will take some tweaking to get them working properly. I …
answered Apr 11 '11 by Jepedo
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It takes a bit to learn the views hooks. Do you know about view template files? If so a quick and dirty way to do it is to check how many rows there are in the highest level view template file the dis …
answered Apr 14 '11 by Jepedo
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Every batch call is an HTTP request. So you need to find the perfect blend of how many iterations you can process before another HTTP request gets fired. Two things to consider are memory and max exec …
answered Mar 30 '11 by Jepedo
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I am trying to improve Drupal performance and I have all the tuning usual suspects setup: Varnish Memcache APC Drupal core cache From what I understand when you clear the Drupal cache it does not …
asked Feb 20 '13 by Jepedo
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There are a number of ways you can handle this. The three best that come to mind are: Use a theme hook template file to modify the output. You can do this at either the field level or the content ty …
answered Jun 20 '12 by Jepedo
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You can use the menu attributes module to add custom classes, id's, names etc... to any menu item in Drupal. Very handy module when you are looking to alter Drupal's menu system to create a custom loo …
answered Apr 13 '11 by Jepedo
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You can use menu attributes to create an id for the menu item. With jquery you can then target that menu item and add an onclick event to show and hide your children to override the default on click. …
answered May 13 '11 by Jepedo
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Not sure if you've run across this module yet as it is a recent addition to drupal.org but it looks like it's right up your alley. Apache solr exclude
answered Apr 7 '11 by Jepedo
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If you are not a fan of Location and Gmap you can try out Gmaps or Open Layers. I am personally not a fan of the Location module and find it bloated and unintuitive. Open Layers has a number of module …
answered Apr 11 '11 by Jepedo
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When you view the source are the js files you added in the head? If not you'll need to clear your cache. Changes to theme .info files do not take effect until you clear your cache. If it's a js error …
answered Mar 27 '11 by Jepedo
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be updated automatically. Check out http://api.drupal.org/api/drupal/includes--file.inc/group/file/7 for further reference. …
answered Apr 5 '11 by Jepedo

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