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Peter Vanhee
8 Apr 2010
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Peter Vanhee
8 Apr 2010
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Peter Vanhee, 8 Apr 2010 - 3 Comments
Different Views on completion data

This is the second part of the series on Content Complete. If you have missed the introduction of the Content Complete module, please read the first part in this series. In this post, I'll guide you to setting up views to show the completion of Drupal nodes using Views. If you don't know how to work with Views, check out the documentation that is included within the module.

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Antonio De Marco
7 Apr 2010
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Antonio De Marco
7 Apr 2010
14 Comments
Antonio De Marco, 7 Apr 2010 - 14 Comments
Drag-and-zoom free location spotting

The OpenLayers suite represents a breakthrough in the Drupal mapping solutions. The module allows to combine maps coming from different providers (Google Maps, Yahoo, and many others...) and, by using services like CloudMade or MapBox, it is finally possible to have maps perfectly integrated into the website look and feel.

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Peter Vanhee
5 Apr 2010
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Peter Vanhee
5 Apr 2010
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Peter Vanhee, 5 Apr 2010 - 4 Comments
Introducing Content Complete, A CCK-based Drupal module

Ever needed to measure the completeness of your Drupal nodes? Or wanted to motivate your users to complete their content until it reaches a 100%? In this post, I'll outline the basic configuration of Content Complete, a new Drupal module that does exactly that.

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Andrea Pescetti
3 Apr 2010
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Andrea Pescetti
3 Apr 2010
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Andrea Pescetti, 3 Apr 2010 - 2 Comments
Optimize your Drupal database dumps

In order to backup a Drupal site you need to take care of both code and database. The first problem is usually solved by placing the Drupal directory trees under Revision Control. The second requires a more careful analysis, and this post describes optimal stategies for MySQL.

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