http://e3living.com decided to move from a Drupal 6 system to BigCommerce. Assisted migration process, extended base themes of Big Commerce to adapt to current style, ensured DNS server moves and migration, storage and backup of current data. Consulting for redirects/remappings, data migration etc.read more >
Quizgle.com is a new website which I just launched, together with JHunterJ on the net. It is an online game where you are given fake search results and you need to reverse-guess which words were used to generate the given search results.
The game is coded entirely in CodeIgniter with PHP and runs on a mySQL. JHunterJ coded all our stored procedures and runs our happy backend.
This is our first online game that we have produced, and we are looking forward to the chance to develop more of them in the future.read more >
New website redesign for Naeba.org. Ported their site from .Net ASP to Drupal. Data migration, extensive SEO research and link-remapping, IA for page layouts, custom form PHP conversion/development, theme extending with Vivid base-theme:
Extended from Omega:
Website made with Drupal and custom Drupal theme for a local Flamenco artist: Laura Dubroca. Laura provides Flamenco classes and Flamenco Dance performances privately and for public events in Santa Barbara, California.read more >
New website design for Northwest Energy Star. Assisted with Drupal front-end development on the Super Efficient Energy Homes section.
PHP, CSS, HTML and Drupal theming/development. With some photoshop work.
In my previous blog entry, http://fountain-city.com/blog/how-deploy-code-your-shared-host-while-sti..., I went over different version control tools. But since then I found out that I can actually install mercurial on a shared host via python scripts.
Now that python makes it possible to have mercurial on my shared host, there is really no reason to use GitHub or SVN anymore for my code development.
Git to update to the latest version of my Drupal files, Mercurial to update my website to the latest development release.read more >
So after playing around with different services, I've settled on a choice for managing my code repositories. Basically I do a lot of development on different systems. Not all of my clients can afford to be hosted on a server that has GIT, SVN or HG (mercurial) installed.
What I've managed to put together now is a system that gives me the benefits of being able to track my code in a version-control / revision process; but still be able to push code-changes to production [the shared host] on the fly w/o worrying about changes done locally or to the remote website.read more >
Website launched. Primarily function for us was the Theming, ie the conversion of the Design files into HTML and CSS3 files followed by Drupal Theming: PHP coding for various functionalities. Managed in Mercurial, Development by http://mixologic.com. Visit http://www.goingductless.com/ to see the results and to inquire about ductless heating systems.read more >
There isn't much information on it, but as of this time of posting, exporting WYSIWYG in Drupal 7 is not straight forward.
The D6 process is described here:
To adapt it to D7 as of version:
You need to do the following:
1. Install WYSIWYG
(also set up your prefered editor with buttons etc.)
2. Install CTOOLS
3. Install Entity
4. Install Strong Arm
5. Apply an export-enabled patch:
to your D7.x WYSIWYG admin.inc file
New redesign of my Chedal.org website completed. Data migrated from Joomla and Blogspot and Drupal into one consolidated new theme. Utilized Drupal.org's public theme: Corolla with some design modifications.read more >
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