Hello and welcome! In today’s blog I will show you how to allow your users to upload an avatar or choose one from a default group. Before we begin, we need to install the avatar module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7.1 base modules can be found here.
Once we have the module installed, it can be configured from the admin menu by clicking “Modules” and then “Avatar” in the administration section of your website. Learn More
Developing and Administering a Drupal website can be tedious with so many module, permission choices and configuration values.
Drush is a command line shell and scripting interface for Drupal. Drush allows you the website developer or administrator to easily download, enable, disable, uninstall, and update modules/themes/profiles/translations using an interactive shell in a familiar Linux package management style. For instance you can `drush dl views` and then `drush en views` in a Drupal webroot to install the Views project. Or, you can update your entire site and its Drupal related dependencies with `drush pm-update`. Learn More
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Being able to set up timed content on your ocPortal website is possibly something you will want to do at some point during your website’s lifespan. This might be so you can schedule content to go live while you are away, or in the case of a news site you may have an embargo on news until a specific time.
The first task is you need to do is known as “setting up a cron job”. To do this you will need to log in to your Arvixe web hosting Cpanel.
Once you have logged into Cpanel scroll down to the advanced section which is the second last section in the standard Cpanel on Arvixe hosting. Click on the “Cron Jobs” option which will take you to a screen which will have a section which looks like this: Learn More