Tweaking an EntityFieldQuery in Drupal

In Drupal 7/8 there are many ways to perform business logic, or retrieve data from an underlying storage system, such as the default Database. Drupal provides many Storage APIs to interact with storage mechanisms through a high level facade. For a given Entity for instance we could write queries to a database using the Database API, we could ask for a piece of field data directly from the Field API, or we could use EntityFieldQuery (EFQ) to query for a list of Entity IDs we want to examine further. This post will look at the last option, using EntityFieldQuery. Learn More

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Create Instant Alias from WebsitePanel for VPS and Dedicated Servers

An Instant alias is a temporary sub-domain in the form of customerdomain.com.yourdomain.com. These provide immediate access to the user’s domain from all over the internet. For most of the time, this is not required. But, for one special situation, they are extremely useful. Learn More

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Security in ocPortal

Security in ocPortal

Security options in ocPortal

The inbuilt security of ocPortal is one of its strongest features. This ranges from many inbuilt features to the close integration of features using the same very high coding standards. Because all of the add-ons which make up the non-bundled add-ons list in ocPortal are signed off by ocPortal staff they are made sure to be coded to the same high standard as the rest of the content management system. Learn More

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