Tips and Tricks: General

Using Drupal, HTML5, and Javascript to Create Hybrid Internet Apps

Author: Jared Whitehead

In the ever evolving internet world, an issue that has been arising is “how do I take an existing website and make it cross-browser compatible?” Of course the simplest answer to this would be to create a style sheet for each browser, it’s easy but it can take up a lot of time and hassle. The same issue comes up when you want the website to be viewable on a mobile device as well.

How to use Drupal on a Temporary URL (Hosting)

If you move or create a Drupal site when the domain is not yet available/propagated you have to modify some Drupal settings to make your website work. This short howto shows you how you can do so with some simple edits.

Source: This article was written based on the GreenGeeks specifig article https://kb.greengeeks.com/2559/using-drupal-on-a-temporary-url/

Google is your best friend

If you have a problems or questions related to Drupal it is usually very easy to find the required help online. Copy and paste the exact error message, and consider putting the search term inside double quotes so that Google does a literal search. Alternatively you can ask a question like "How to create a sub theme in Drupal".

Google example search for Drupal "How to create a sub theme in Drupal"

Ask questions

If you have a problems or questions get help from the Drupal community. Ask questions on drupal.org/forum or on famous howto sites such as http://drupal.stackexchange.com/.

Drupal Answers

Use these Modules

I use these modules on almost every Drupal site I build: Views, PathAuto, References, Display Suite, Panels, Chaos tool suite (ctools), BUEditor and Backup and Migrate.

Install Drupal on your local machine(s)

Installing Drupal on your local machine(s) offers you manifold advantages. First of all, it allows you to work (much) faster compared to when working online. Secondly, it offers you the perfect playground to experiment and test things.

Experiment

The best way to learn anything new is by doing. Just start working on whatever it is you’re trying to do. Start small, just do! To experiment and play around you can install Drupal on your local machine(s).

The best free stock image websites for your Drupal project (2018)

With human brains processing images much faster than text, good photos are vital for grabbing attention and getting messages across. Unfortunately, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing cheesy stock images of people in suits shaking hands. These stock photos not only lack quality, they also cost a lot of money. Thankfully, there’s been a growing number of websites with beautiful free stock photography popping up all over the web. We selected the best free stock image websites available end of 2018.

The best free stock images websites for your Drupal project

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