Nowadays we can easily access internet in different devices such as mobile, tablet etc. So its necessary to make a website compatible with popular devices like iPhone, iPad etc. In Drupal, we have a simple method to make a website adapt to different devices. In this method we can convert a normal theme to responsive theme easily. To get this we have to modify the .info file and add the media query stylesheets in .info file. We will also have to add the responsive style rules to the separate media query stylesheets
As a drupal developer, there were times when I was stuck at some point. At these times, 'devel' module came to my rescue. There are many debugging functions provided by devel. Those are dpm, dpr, dvm, dvr etc. Here, I am going to explain 'dpr()' provided by devel module.
Just as for File Upload fields, Image Upload fields are equally prone to hack attempts. They also have additional functionality to do post-upload, such as passing the image through various image processing filters / presets. While testing Image Upload Fields, you have to take into consideration all these points. Here are some test cases to help you test image upload fields on a Drupal site:
Drupal 8 will be released probably by Dec 2013 or so and when that happens maintenance of Durpal 6 will be stopped. Contributed modules for Drupal will probably take a while more before they have Drupal 8 versions. Until popular contributed modules have stable Drupal 8 versions it would probably be safer to start small projects using Drupal 7.
We were requested by a client to post the published content automatically on Facebook wall. For publishing a content from our Drupal site to Facebook wall, need to create a Facebook app .If you want to know how to post a published content to Facebook wall in Drupal 7 then continue reading.