Drupal

PILING IT ON: Code highlighting on a web page

I read with great interest David Leedy's research into code syntax highlighters for web use. Chris Toohey picks up the meme here and runs with it, explaining how to embed the CSS styles to format the output from the Quick Highlighter tool nicely on your weblog/webpage. It shouldn't have to be this hard. I'm using the GeSHiFilter plugin for my blog's Drupal underpinnings to provide code support.

THERE'S A MODULE FOR THAT!

I've been tinkering a little under the hood of this blog/website. As some of you may know, this site is based on the awesome Drupal CMS. I was browsing some blogs and came across an interesting ratings and recommendation service called Outbrain. A little digging and sure enough, There's a Drupal module for that! I installed the module and played with the widget settings from my Outbrain account.

A MODULAR PERSPECTIVE

I’m always in search of different ways to accomplish the tasks I regularly perform in Lotus Notes. To that end, a search of CMS tools that would enable me to build on a basic substrate (read: Document type) and extend in exciting new ways brought me to Drupal back in the 2006 timeframe.

DRUPAL: IT'S A CULT THING

REPRINT: ORIGINALLY POSTED ON 7/10/2007

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