Tag Archives: Drupal
Showing Different Drupal Themes on Different Pages

Showing Different Drupal Themes on Different Pages

This tutorial was written after a request in one of this week’s Drupal classes: “How do I show different Drupal themes on different pages?”. The answer is a module called “Sections”: Installing Sections to Your Drupal Site Step 1: Click here to download the latest version of “Sections”. Step 2: Extract the files into a […]

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Automatically Update All Your Social Networks From Drupal

Automatically Update All Your Social Networks From Drupal

Would you like to be able to update your Drupal site and automatically send those updates to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, MySpace, Ning and dozens of other sites? This tutorial will show you how. Our first part will be to create an RSS feed to export new posts. From there we’ll use Twitterfeed.com and Ping.fm to […]

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How To Apply nofollow To Content In Drupal

How To Apply nofollow To Content In Drupal

If you’ve got a community website using Drupal, you might want to protect your site from spammers by applying the rel=”nofollow” attribute to any links your users generate. The theory behind this is that you protect your site from linking to ‘bad neighbourhoods’ an possibly incurring penalties with Google for spammy links. Rel=”nofollow” is your […]

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Drupal Google Analytics Setup

Drupal Google Analytics Setup

I just set up Google Analytics on Drupal for kristen.org and some other sites I’m working on. I have used awstats in the past but not Google Analytics but everyone was raving about it, so now I can see what’s the buzz. First, I signed up with Google Analytics which is (of course) free. Also, […]

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Fix Duplicate Content with Global Redirect Module

Fix Duplicate Content with Global Redirect Module

The Drupal path and pathauto modules are great, but also can cause us some problems. Google does not like it when more than one URL yields the same results. The path and pathauto modules allow us to create an alias for our content. So, instead of using “node/15” in our URL, we can use something […]

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