Over the years, my sites have been hacked numerous times. Each hacking event was somewhat of a miserable experience at first, but ultimately educational and even enlightening. I’m not going to say that getting hacked was the best thing that ever happened to me, but it certainly wasn’t the end of the world. In this … Continue reading What to do when your site gets hacked
This solution was last tested on WordPress 4.1.1 in March 2015. This solution was tested on WordPress 3.1 running on IIS7 and IIS 7.5. It will work on WordPress 3.1.1, on 3.2.1, and on 3.5.1. This solution was just tested on WordPress 3.8.1 and works very well. This solution adds a new column to … Continue reading Add User Register Date Column in WordPress 3.X and 4.X
cd drupal_root_directory php scripts/password-hash.sh ‘drupal’ This will generate big hash password in md5. Copy it. drush sql-cli update users set name=’admin’, pass=’pasted_big_hash_from_above’ where uid=1; quit Continue reading Recover drupal password with drush in drupal 7
One of the irritating bugs in Ubuntu 14.04 is the missing date time from the top panel. Normally, there is a date time indicator displayed on the top right corner of screen but for some users this is disabled by default. What is more frustrating is that if you try to enable it or configure … Continue reading Fix Date Time Missing In The Menu Bar in Ubuntu 14.04
Step 1 – Go into your public_html folder Step 2 – Download Drupal using drush command Note: If successful, drupal will be downloaded inside public_html/drupal-7.12 directory Step 3 – Go inside drupal-7.12 folder Step 4 – Move all files into public_html Step 5 – Go to public_html directory, up one level Step 6 – Clean … Continue reading How to install Drupal 7 through shell using Drush
Use This List And Drush To Install These 28 Modules And Their Dependencies — With Just Two Simple Commands.
It’s impossible to know at the start of a project exactly what plugins, modules, libraries or other extensions you’ll need to finish building a website.
That being said, it seems that I’m always installing a handful of the same modules at the start of most any Drupal project, modules that have now become an essential part of my web development workflow. These are the modules that I always need, from Views to Coffee. Occasionally a couple modules won’t be needed on a particular project, so I simply unenable and uninstall them before launch. But more often than not, I’ll need every one of these modules.
Spend an hour planning your site upfront at the start of a project, and you’ll save yourself from many problems and hours of frustration later. Use this list as the basis for developing your next Drupal site – and copy and paste the handy Drush commands at the end of this article to install and enable all of these modules and their dependencies at once.
From here: http://drupal.org/documentation/modules/update Using Update Manager Without FTP FTP is not required to install new modules or themes. If you have access to ssh for your web host you can enable Update Manager by ensuring that file ownership for your Drupal site (or at least sites/default) is set to the same user that runs the … Continue reading Using Update Manager Without FTP – Drupal