We're excited to announce a new opportunity at Raised Eyebrow. Our little-web-studio-that-could is growing again, and we've got an opening for a Front-End Developer/Themer to help us build awesome websites for fabulous, mission-driven clients.
We're often asked for recommendations on image editing software that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Photoshop is fantastic, but the price tag is steep, and in fact, its strengths can also be weaknesses in that it's actually such a powerful program that it can overwhelm the novice or intermediate user.
So, where do you turn if your needs are relatively straightforward and your budget is limited? I would recommend one of the following tools:
Recently, due to Views lack of ability to OR it's filters together and due to some serious constraints in relation to arguments and relationships, I found myself needing to figure out how to rewrite the SQL of a Drupal view so that I could get the records that I needed.
It seems like there are two ways to do this. You can either rewrite the SQL directly, or try to hack the query object that views provides.
A quick Google search and I ended up on Drupal.org
There are many ways to skin the cat when it comes to putting video on a Drupal site. I've tried and tested quite a few methods since my first introduction to Drupal 2 years ago.
We're expanding our team here at Raised Eyebrow, and this time we're looking for a Front-End Developer/Themer -- someone who loves building websites, and is looking to extend their skills with Drupal and WordPress.
Beyond our roster of fantastic, progressive clients, we offer a positive & healthy work environment, beautifully remodeled heritage office space, and a team of web experts who love what we do and are keen to share knowledge and produce top-notch work.
If you use Ubercart on your Drupal website you may be familiar with product classes. Ubercart has, by default, a product content type, however say you have other content types on your site that you want to sell, you can create product classes from those - http://www.ubercart.org/docs/user/3341/understanding_product_classes.
One of the pieces of the Drupal performance puzzle is caching. After weeding out a couple of very demanding sql queries in a busy Drupal site, we decided to make more use of Drupal's caching mechanisms to cut down some of the database load.