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Quickbooks and Ubercart integration

I have done a very quick review of the integrations options with ubercart and quickbooks.

Posted by ariel on April 29th, 2010
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Drupal and the Semantic Web

I thought I'd make this post to underline the importance of the semantic web and how Drupal is taking this into account with RDF - particularly in the forthcoming release of Drupal 7.  If you haven't heard of the semantic web, then (click read more below) have a look at the first video fearuring Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web.  If you're thinking of the next level of interactivity in your website, watch these videos and be inspired and informed.

Posted by admin on July 30th, 2010
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How not to track pages in google analytics for certain roles

Google analytics module lets you select what user roles to track, however, it is likely that you will want both anonymous and authenticated users to be tracked. If you select authenticated users, it means that any account on your website will have this role, which means, in reality, that every single role will be tracked regardless of whether you have specifically selected that role to be tracked.

This is explained in the following article on drupal.org, you will need a bit of PHP knowledge to follow this up: Roles opt-out AND path filter functionality: a snippet. Follow that link up to check on the complete snippet to be used.

Posted by ariel on October 8th, 2010
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Custom 403 and 404 pages on drupal sites

This is generally a missed feature of drupal sites. It's a common thing to see "Access denied" and "Page not found" without much theming or content but doesn't necessarily have to be the case.
Posted by ariel on October 12th, 2010
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Testing drupal_mail() from a PHP block

Sometimes it's useful to test the sending of an email to a specific address w/o configuring/installing any module to do such thing.

Posted by ariel on April 18th, 2011
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