Technical Solution | 2 min read
Comma separated values, commonly referred to as CSV is one of the most popular methods for transferring data between systems. Creating code to export data to CSV is extremely useful in many applications. If you want to know how to create CSV files using PHP then read on.
Technical Solution | 3 min read
OpenX is a free and open source ad server. It is a professional ad server which can be used for managing ads like Google DFP, and has many features like geographical ad delivery limitation, features to limit ad based on the user agent, client IP address, client domain, site variables, just to name a few. OpenX also provides a robust reporting interface. Read on to know how to install Openx in a GNU/Linux based server.
Drupal Technical | 3 min read
Drupal offers flexible support for theming by allowing us to edit its template files. If we want to add a few custom variables other than the default variables then we need to do some coding within the template file. If you want to know how to add a custom variable in a Drupal's View template file then read on to find out more.
We might encounter a situation where we may need to fetch CCK fields values in a node, i.e, we may need to show CCK field values in custom search results. Drupal provides a easy way to fetch CCK fields programmatically. Read on to know how to fetch CCK fields value programmatically
We were faced with a Sensitive Cookie Missing 'HTTPONLY' Attribute error in one of the more sophisticated Drupal applications we were developing. This error occurred when we were trying to get the Drupal application scrutinized for PCI Compliance. If you are faced with the same scenario in your Drupal then read on to find out the solution PCI is an industry standard designed to review organizations who handle sensitive credit card information to prevent Credit Card fraud and it is important to get your Drupal application scrutinized if it is to handle such information
If your Drupal website is delivering content to other third party sites through web syndication mechanisms like the RSS feed you need to purify the HTML markup before delivering it to them to prevent an XSS attack on those sites through your feeds. Read on to know how to programmatically purify the contents of your Drupal website's feed .
Drupal Technical | 5 min read
When a server is managed by more than one admin, it’s always a challenge to keep track of the changes made to the configuration. And when in a multiserver environment managed by more than one admin, this is going to be more complex. It would have been much saner if there was a utility to handle all this. The ones that we found were quite complicated and was made for handling huge numbers. All we wanted was a very simple utility to do just the job, without much bells and whistles. And so, we started out on our own. Here’s what we have now.