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AndreJune 18th ’12

A client came to us recently and wanted to transfer his site from another company.  We needed to apply security updates to the code but we didn't have access to any version control history of the source code.  We used the Hacked! module to see if there is any custom code added to Drupal core or contrib modules so that we don’t lose any custom changes when we update the site.  Hacked! Comes with a web user interface but I prefer to run it in

In part 2 of our CKEditor & the WYSIWYG Module tutorial series we explore the CKEditor API and show you how to customize dialogs windows as well as create your very own.

A little over a year ago we were approached by OpenRoad Auto Group, one of Canada’s premier auto dealer networks, to develop a system that would allow them to manage their group site and 9 individual dealer web sites. They were coming from a scenario where each of their dealer sites were managed independently. They were faced with brand inconsistencies, dated design and multiple systems to administer with very little automation. With further expansion on the horizon, this needed to change.

EvanApril 13th ’12

Devel is a module I can't live without these days. In my opinion, it's an invaluable part of building an maintaining Drupal sites. It makes it incredibly easy to peek inside data structures, inspect nodes and gather performance information, such as slow queries. My main problem with devel, however, is that it simply dumps its information on the bottom of a page. To improve the usability of devel, we here at Fuse Interactive, came up with the idea of Devel Catcher.

Learn how to customize CKEditor when integrating it into Drupal using the WYSIWYG module. In part 1 of our CKEditor & the WYSIWYG Module tutorial series you'll learn how to use the correct theme CSS in the editor, create custom styles, and rearrange/group buttons in the toolbar.

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