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The Show Must Go On

When preparing for a big event, it is our job to make sure the general public sees exactly what is expected, and with the help of Amazon Web Service (AWS) we did! All planning comes with a few standard issue assessments/steps: Identify need, identify options, and begin to build! Read More…

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Drupal 7 Tutorial: Using Entityqueue

Now that Entityqueue has been released, I wanted to give a quick tutorial on how to use it. You can manage the queues from the /admin/structure/entityqueue page. Click "Add" to create a new queue. Once you're there you have several options. Enter the queue title and optionally change the machine name. I'll talk more about the handler in a future blog post, but for most cases the "Simple queue" handler will be what you want. Read More…

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What I Learned Today: Drupal #attached Awesomeness

What is #attached Drupal 7 introduced render arrays, which was really an expansion of the existing Form API. One of the special elements of a render array is the #attached key. In a nutshell, it allows you to attach additional CSS or Javascript to your element. Here is a typical example that I stole straight from the Color module. Read More…

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