Drupal Sandbox Project: CAS Username Link

  22 Kudos Don'tmove! I’ve just finished working on a new Drupal Sandbox Project: CAS Username Link This project came about while working on a Single Sign On (SSO) solution. The product I was checking out was CAS. Low and behold, CAS has a Drupal module, aptly named: CAS. After fiddling around with module and […]









Is there a good way to create redirects when launching a new site?

  16 Kudos Don'tmove! I am quickly finding that there is no good way to do this, but this is what I’ve done. I started with the Google Analytics from my old site and sorted the content by page views.  This gives me my most important information or at least the content that might get […]









Drupal 7: Installing and Configuring Date iCal to work with Events

  23 Kudos Don'tmove! First let’s start by downloading and installing the module: Date iCal I did this using drush, but you can do it anyway to please. Now, with the version I was using (7.x-1.1) the timezone handling wasn’t working properly so I applied this patch to correct timezone handling. Hopefully that get’s permanently […]









Drupal: Making Media: YouTube more user friendly

  18 Kudos Don'tmove! I have a client that needs their editors to be able to quickly embed YouTube videos into posts.  Usually one can just do this by copying and pasting embed codes into the source. However in this case, the client required that the user not touch the source code.  Enter Media: YouTube, […]









Share: 26 Free Retro Fonts

  12 Kudos Don'tmove! There are some great free fonts in this post, check it out if you are interested – www.demilked.com/free-retro-fonts/









Drupal 7: WYSIWYG YouTube Embed Tutorial (Media_YouTube)

  2 Kudos Don'tmove! Why would you need a YouTube plugin for Drupal? Can’t you just use the embed code? Yes, yes you can. However, you may run into a client where copying and pasting the embed code becomes too technical.  So lets forget about why we need this and I’ll explain how to get […]









Github Release: CiviCRM-PPI-PayMover-Payment-Plugin

  0 Kudos Don'tmove! For work, I had to develop a payment processor plugin for CiviCRM to integrate PPI PayMover into the eCommerce / CRM / Drupal system. I’m not sure the need for this, because when I first built this, I couldn’t find a single thing on the Internet related to this project.  That […]









Github Release: TwitterRSS-Enhancer

  0 Kudos Don'tmove! Github page for TwitterRSS-Enhancer My first release for Github, ever. Hooray! A need came along for me to have an RSS for twitter status updates.  That was a tough enough challenge as Twitter decided to hide this feature.  After so digging I found you can get a Twitter RSS feed using […]









Our SVN Development/Release Process

  0 Kudos Don'tmove! I’ve been working with my team to create a new development and release process for our Moodle 2.x code.  We’ve been using SVN for a number of years, so we can save the SVN Vs. GIT argument until another date.  For now, this process is based on SVN. We developed a […]









PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby

  0 Kudos Don'tmove! Just saw this article, and needed to share it. http://hyperpolyglot.org/scripting A side by side reference sheet for PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby.  Definitely useful since I know a lot more PHP than Ruby.  Easy to look up equivalents for each language.