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Hierarchical Select with Drupal Taxonomy
One of our members wanted to create a taxonomy of Countries, Provinces and Districts. For example, you might choose England, then Yorkshire, then Leeds. Or you might choose Canada, then Ontario, then Toronto. You get the idea. In this tutorial, we'll use the Hierarchical Select module to... Read more
 A Beginners Guide to the Drupal Services Module
The Services module allows you to provide web services from your Drupal site. Services is really popular and works with formats such as REST, XMLRPC, JSON and SOAP. However, when asked about Services during a training class last week, I was realized that the students were asking me... Read more
How to Use the SEO Checklist for Drupal
The SEO Checklist for Drupal is a very useful module to help with your SEO efforts. The SEO Checklist module doesn't perform any SEO functions, but it will guide you through the process of optimizing your site and it will recommend best-of-breed modules. After installation the... Read more
Drupal Entities: Adding Fields to Comments, Terms, and Users
In this blog post we're going to introduce you to Drupal entities and how they make site building easier. In Drupal 6, there was a big difference between how Drupal handled different types of content. Nodes, comments, terms and users were all technically "content", but Drupal treated them... Read more
Improving Drupal User Profiles with Profile2
Drupal 7 has made it easy for you to allow your site users to share information about themselves. User accounts are now "entities" which means that you can add fields to them, just as with content. You can add user profile fields for names, email addresses, phone numbers, resumes or whatever... Read more

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