Oh my, has it ever been quiet on this blog lately. Want to know why? Because we're in the middle of our busiest season yet, and with all the coding and designing and training we're doing, there's no room left for writing! It's sad, really. We miss it.
Drupal and WordPress
I recently needed to create a view of type "Term" that displayed taxonomy terms and their description for a certain vocabulary.
The setup for that was quite simple
- Create a view of type "Term"
- Add an argument of Vocabulary ID
- Add a field of "Term Name" and another of "Term Description"
- Add a filter of "Vocabulary" and select the vocabularies you want to restrict to
This gives a nice simple view of all terms belonging to a single vocabulary when the vocabulary id is passed as an argument.
We're excited to announce a new opportunity at Raised Eyebrow. Our little-web-studio-that-could is growing again, and we've got an opening for a Front-End Developer/Themer to help us build awesome websites for fabulous, mission-driven clients.
Here's a really quick and useful trick to know.
Sometimes you might want your form to redirect to somewhere and pass a few bits of information in the querystring, so that you can do something when you get there.
For example, I needed a recent form to redirect depending on which checkboxes were checked to build a certain URL:
DrupalCon San Francisco 2010 is just around the corner and Raised Eyebrow hopes to "own the podium", sorry I couldn't resist. Chris and I have been to 2 Drupalcon's so far in our Drupal lifetime, and have decided it is time to give something back. We've come up with 2 Session Proposals that are overviews about how we used Drupal to create two killer applications for managing a small Web Business.
There are many ways to skin the cat when it comes to putting video on a Drupal site. I've tried and tested quite a few methods since my first introduction to Drupal 2 years ago.