Drupal7: Sane Modules Directory Structure

David G - DrupalWhen working on large projects it’s important to attempt to maintain a form of organization to your site assets: Images, Media, CSS, Templates, Certificates, Libraries — and even PHP code. In Drupal we can define components of code into Modules. All modules may interact with Drupal during its runtime. But, some modules come shipped with Drupal out-of-box and are refereed to as core modules, other modules are provided by the Drupal community (otherwise known as Contributed Modules) and lastly you can create your own project-specific modules typically refereed to as custom modules. A given Drupal website is typically made up of a combination of all these types of modules. Here I’ll outline my current best practice approach to maintaining your project drupal’s modules folder. Learn More

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Adding a New Custom Page to your Dolphin Trident Site

In today’s blog I’ll show you how to add a custom page to your Dolphin Trident website. This page can contain anything you want including forms, html blocks or just static text. Learn More

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How to add custom links to the footer of your nopCommerce based website

For any website to be functional or effective, every element from the header to footer plays a big role in making the overall website informative and usable. Footer is a great place that gives store owners an opportunity to direct their customers (or users) to different parts of the sites or add contact information so that they can be easily reached.

Today, we will discuss, how to add custom links to the footer of your nopCommerce based website. Learn More

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