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Sometimes we face the White Screen of Death(WSOD) without an error message. White Screen of Death happens due to several reasons. Some of the common WSOD that we face are while making changes in configuration or while running the security updates. If this happens while updating the module, the entire site might face WSOD. WSOD would even stop the bussiness of a site. So this is a major issue from the client /SEO perspective. If you want to fix the WSOD, you need to first identify the error. If you are facing a WSOD, then read on to know more about its causes.
One of our Drupal clients requested us for a feature in a mobile version of their Drupal website in which, a user accessing the mobile version of their website, should be able to automatically initiate a call on clicking the telephone number appearing in the website. If you want to know "How to start a call when a user clicks on a number in a mobile version of a Drupal website, then continue reading.
Webform is a Drupal module that can help webmasters create submission forms like survey forms, contest forms, contact us form etc without any custom programming. Usually webform submissions will result in the data being inserted as a new row into table 'webform_submitted_data'. But our client requirement was to update an existing submitted data from the table 'webform_submitted_data'. If you want to know how to update an existing webform submission then continue reading
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.
Social media sites like twitter and facebook are key tools in reaching out to large audiences almost real time. The key part about using these systems is their ability to broadcast real time news and updates. Tweeting content from a Drupal site as soon as a node / content is posted on the site is a good way to use Twitter. If you want to know how to post a published content on twitter in Drupal 7 then continue reading
[Drupal] How to create a Facebook App for posting published content from a Drupal site on Facebook Wall?
We were requested by a client to create and integrate a Facebook Application on their Drupal site which would post the published content automatically on Facebook. For publishing a content from our Drupal site to Facebook Wall, we need to create a Facebook App. If you want to know how to create a Facebook App for posting published content on a Drupal site on Facebook Wall, then continue reading.
We were requested by a client to create a Twitter application in their Drupal site which would post the published content automatically on Twitter. If you want to know how to create a Twitter app for posting published content on Twitter in a Drupal 7 site, then continue reading
Boost is a module in Drupal that enables file based static page caching in Drupal. When an anonymous user visits a page for the first time in a Boost-enabled Drupal site, the page will get stored as a static html file in a cache folder. When the next anonymous user visits the same page the htaccess rules created by Boost will serve the static file cached in the cache folder instead of bootstrapping drupal for generating the page. This saves a lot of processor usage and would help even entry level hosting servers serve reasonably good volume of traffic. Here is how you can install and configure Boost in a Drupal 6 site.
Drupal Technical | 1 min read