Create New Groups in Clip-Bucket v2


Learn how to create a new group in your Clip-Bucket powered website. Give your members the possibility to discuss common interest topics. Tested on v2.

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Drupal 7 Altering Views

Nearly every Drupal site I create ends up using the Views community module. As of this writing the current version of Views is 3.x. Sometimes I make an exception and don’t use Views (it’s a lot of code) in a given website. But, Views is an efficient way to create lists of items, or displays of collections of pieces of content on your website. You can do a lot with just Views and its administration module Views UI. But, sometimes you have to go beyond what Views can do out of the box and so need to take a step into the Views API to interact with a $view as it’s being created or displayed. Learn More

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Overview of Back-End Administration in Textpattern

As a sequel to my last blog post about the front-end of Textpattern CMS, I’d like to show you around the back-end administration side of things. Like many other content management systems, the administration functionality is accessed using a browser after login details have been supplied and confirmed. In the case of Textpattern, access to the administration is handled from the Textpattern directory. So, if your Textpattern front page is: Learn More

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