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Disable Textarea Resize

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Newer browsers now include textarea resizing. This is a great feature, except when using something like Drupal that already has resize functionality built in. With a single CSS property applied to textareas, you can quickly disable the native textarea resizing of browsers:

textarea {
     resize: none;
}

Put that in your CSS and you're ready to go. No more native browser textarea resizing to screw with your other resizing handlers.

Hello hook_module_implements_alter

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While working on a project for a client that was a perfect fit for the file_entity module, I came across an issue I didn't care for. Implementing hook_file_presave, the file_entity module assigns the file type based upon the first part of the mime type. This is a good thing technically, but my client's needs had to trump that. Instead they wanted two file types; image and files.

Time For More Robust Installation Profiles–A Drupal 8 Proposal

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Drupal is about impossible to learn and configure!!!!

How many times do we hear that? It is by far the most common complaint that plagues Drupal.

Take a common task like creating a simple blog. If you go the Wordpress route, you simply upload it to your server and fill out a couple of quick input boxes. Next thing you know you are writing your first post with such ease that Grandma can do it.

Get Your Inner Geek On When Using Facebook

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Facebook CLI App

I found this article very interesting. It combines my love of being in the command line with my love of Facebook:

Drupal Plugin For Netbeans 7.0 Final

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This week Netbeans 7.0 final was released, which again broke dependencies in the Drupal development plugin. Today I have recompiled the plugin to work with the final release version. You can grab it in the attachments below.

Happy Developing!

Making Drupal More Enterprise Friendly

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Dries has a very interesting post up asking how we can make Drupal more competitive with the enterprise level CMS systems out there like SiteCore, Vignette and SDL Tridion.

Drupal 7 And Pager Elements

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While working on updating my client support system to Drupal 7, I encountered an interesting problem. In the page to view tickets, I have a pager query running, utilizing the new Drupal database layer. The only problem was my pager wasn't showing. I started poking around and found a view in a block that has a mini-pager. That was causing my pages theme_pager to return the wrong element. There was one of two fixes I could take for this.

ANNOUNCING: Drupal 7 Ruble For Aptana Studio 3

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Lately I have been growing tired of NetBeans. While the IDE still remains strong, the lack of support for the Drupal module has left me a little frustrated. I have been keeping it updated for the public when NetBeans releases new versions, but this is about the limit of my knowledge when it comes to NetBeans development knowledge.

I also found myself switching between NetBeans and Eclipse more and more. Eclipse offers far more features, like the Remote System Explorer, which I find an invaluable tool.

HollyIT New Look And Powered By Drupal 7

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Drupal
With a little over a week to go before the big release of Drupal 7, I have decided it is time to update this site to the latest version of the best CMS out there.

Drupal Netbeans Plugin Rebuilt Against Version 7

The next version of the Netbeans IDE once again breaks the Drupal plugin. It was just a simple matter of rebuilding the plugin against the latest module dependencies to once again get it working. You can download it in the file attachments section below.

 

UPDATE 2/11/10:

The latest update in Netbeans 7 beta once again broke the plugin. I have rebuilt it again against the new dependencies. Download the file below and you should be fine.

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