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My previous article on converting the Yahoo GRID CSS for use in a Drupal theme covered the 2 column basic framework. Of course the trick with a CMS is what happens when you don't want to use three columns on every page but still want the option? Well I shall introduce my method which is probably not the best method but does seem to work.
Recently we had an perceived performance issue with our Messaging environment. Ultimately it came down to high DiskIO and a large number of people with high Item Count in top level folders.
This is a collection of tips that can help improve/mitigate MS Outlook’s performance with an Exchange server. Complete Outlook/Exchange performance relies on a lot more.
No matter what your industry or job is, paticularly in IT, you market yourself whether you realize it or not.
Well, MYTH started as a joke. A coworker kept stopping by to ask esoteric questions about procedures and tools with Windows NT4/2000 and Exchange 5.5. Now, for these few weeks I would coincidentally have a tool or the location of the relevant Microsoft TechNet article handy. Finally she asked a question that I did not know the answer to, and she said, "Oh no, there goes the myth of Steven!". In the course of events, it was a good joke, but I got to thinking about it and turned it into a summation of my view of how to work within an organization.
Yahoo released their Yahoo! User Interface. One part of which is their webpage templates, the Grids CSS. To follow along you will need to download the YUI library, a working test Drupal install and a text editor of some sort.
Keep in mind I am not a php whiz so a lot of this will be copy and paste from one file to another so anyone should be able to do this.
Our goal will be the base framework for a two column template. You'll need to make it pretty yourself later. Read on for more...
It involves the fact that plumbing, while not glamorous is an absolutely essential function to any city or town (community) infrastructure. It must work. It is often hidden from sight (something that with proper themeing you can do with Drupal) and reliable. You can build a basic irrigation system so your plants don't die or you can build works of art with fountains and ponds but the pipe's are still often behind the scene.
The beauty of Drupal is that you can expose as much of the CMS as you need or hide it completely. No visitor ever need to know you are using Drupal. The phrase should easily be a selling point for consultants, it is unpretentious and pragmatic. It should actually make it easier for a consultant to demonstrate that Drupal will not get in the way of your sites message. It's not about Drupal, it's about the site you are using Drupal to build with. That you are using Drupal is just cool.
Yay! It's out. Drupal 4.7 is out! It came out while I was sleeping.
Now folks can play with the new toys on production sites, those who hadn't already started early. I still cannot stress enough that folks use a test sites on their upgrades first. Drupal 4.7 is different enough that you shouldn't rush to implement until you learn where things are and how you will explain to your users the differences.
In addition to the announcement, some additional notes have been collected here. Feel free to add child pages with additional things you think people should be aware of that you found surprising.