About David Gurba

I am a web programmer currently employed at UCSB. I have been developing web applications professionally for 8+ years now. For the last 5 years I’ve been actively developing websites primarily in PHP using Drupal. I have experience using LAMP and developing data driven websites for clients in aviation, higher education and e-commerce. If you’d like to contact me I can be reached at david.gurba@arvixe.com

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David Gurba

About David Gurba

I am a web programmer currently employed at UCSB. I have been developing web applications professionally for 8+ years now. For the last 5 years I’ve been actively developing websites primarily in PHP using Drupal. I have experience using LAMP and developing data driven websites for clients in aviation, higher education and e-commerce. If you’d like to contact me I can be reached at david.gurba@arvixe.com

Drupal7: Customizing Search Results Page using Display Suite

Recently I’ve been updating a Drupal 6 website to Drupal 7. One of the new features is to enable site-wide searching of content (in Drupal 6 a design oversight had …

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Drupal 7: Tweaking an Admin Theme

Drupal supports a frontend (public) theme and an Administrative theme for the site-administrator interfaces. Occasionally I try to find useful admin themes and utilities to make a site administrator, or …

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Drupal7: Jammer Module to Hide Unwanted Form Elements

When developing websites with Drupal often times you end up with many content types. We may use content types for Staff members, News items, Events, Books, etc. Other times we …

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