This is Part 2 of a 2-part series examining two different ways to arbitrarily ordering a View. Part 1 can be found here.
It happens every once in a while that you need to order your nodes arbitrarily. That is, sorted neither "ascending" nor "descending". An example of this might be an employee listing page on a company website. It's likely that the employee listing needs to be sorted by order of importance (for lack of a better term) with the bosses at the top, the interns at the bottom, and everyone else in between.
Just wanted to let everyone know what an excellent slate of projects we have going on this fall. Here are a few of the highlights:
From the Unirac website: Unirac leads the PV mounting market with industry-leading technology and a breadth of product solutions and services designed to meet the needs of any type of solar installation.
Essentially, Unirac builds the hardware that facilitates solar installations from residential through commercial applications.
Today we will talk Form API. The API allows to expand your Drupal installation with highly extendable and secure forms. In this particular post I will show how to create a multi-step survey with file upload ability. Form API is part of Drupal's core and there's no need to download it.
To make it easier to implement multi-step forms we'll use Chaos tool suite, an additional set of API's made to further streamline developing.
All code will reside in a custom module. For the purpose of this tutorial let's call it multi_step_form.
We love working with print designers. Really, we do. Designers with a strict print design background have ways of changing the way we look at web conventions, and that is always a welcome point of view. Truth be told, we also take a good deal of inspiration from print design magazines and resources.
If we love working with print designers so much, what’s the purpose of this guide you may wonder. The purpose is to outline some very basic web guidelines that will help the designer translate print based design principles over to the dynamic nature of the web.