A ton of this value can simply be obtained by using knowledge that Drupal knows about its content as facets -- e.g. when a page (node) was created, by whom, what it's taxonomy / folksonomy tags are (and that these are tags), etc. Google can't discover these things during a crawl of a site; but Drupal knows them, and can utilize this metadata in ways Google can't.
Alex Lindahl: Oxite: Microsoft Launches Open Source CMS Blogging Platform, Will They Struggle like they have with Search?
It's a far cry to consider Microsoft as any sort of major player in the search market. They have straight up struggled to the point where they are paying people to use their Live Search - and people still won't use it.
If you haven’t tried to do video online, you’d be surprised at how difficult it is. There’s a large number of formats out there, and often your source video isn’t appropriate for displaying on a web page.
An interesting article appeared on the front page of the drupal.org website, detailing the migration of the popular “crooks and liars” blog from WordPress to Drupal. According to the developers, when the site was averaging around the “200,000 hits per day mark, we started experiencing a lot of down time from server overloads.
The security is always on top of the list of XOOPS Developers. Therefore the XOOPS Development Team is pleased to announce the release of XOOPS 2.3.2b, an improved XOOPS 2.3.x release.
We've all heard stories about people who are paid to solve CAPTCHAs. Well, through my Mollom work, I recently learned about PixProfit. Using that site, you can earn $1 for every 1,000 image CAPTCHAs that you solve on behalf of spammers.
The XOOPS Project, world’s leading Open Source CMS (Content Management System), has released recently the newest version of its award winning software – XOOPS 2.3.1.
In the first seven weeks this new release has been already downloaded more than 17,000 times, confirming the strong position of XOOPS in the CMS market
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My first book, "Using Drupal" will be shipped December 16, 2008. I co-authored the book with several other incredible Lullabots: Angie Byron, Addi Berry, Jeff Eaton, James Walker and Jeff Robbins. I'm very, very excited about the release of this book, not only because it's the first one I've authored, but because of the subject matter covered.
XOOPSdemos has been developed to allow users to view and test operation in most of the modules available for XOOPS.SpecificationsXOOPS 2.3.2aPHP 5.2.6Windows Server IISModules Installed: 107We hope your visit!
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Being that Views is both a very popular module and included in Acquia Drupal, we get a lot of questions regarding how to configure and customize views in various ways. One thing that has come up a few times is a customer wanting to add custom searching or filters to their views.
In a throwback to 2003, the Interwoven blog has a post spreading some good old fashioned FUD about open source software. The general message is that, while the software is free, open source will wind up costing you more money in the long run because it lacks the functionality of commercial software (presumably like TeamSite).
If you build quality sites that attract a large number of visitors and interaction there eventually will come a point when you have to start looking for ways to offload your files and bring down your server overhead. I have been looking into the CDN issue off and on for the past 6 months. Recently I decided it was time to get something dialed in and move forward.
Four years ago today I started Enter Content Here with a post defining content management. The post focused on what was being managed and how to differentiate that from other types of data. Over the past years this blog has reported and explored lots of ideas but content (or, as Bob Boiko would say "Information") has always remained in the center of it all.
Drupal for Education and E-Learning is now available from Packt Publishing. This book covers Drupal 6, and describes how to build a community site to support teaching and learning. This book is designed for people new to Drupal, with no prior development experience.
"On November 1st my wife and I launched TraumaAdoption.org as a way to support the foster and adoptive community--particularly those who have adopted or foster kids from tough circumstances..."
"...After completing the site, it seemed like it would be good to write a series of posts on the basics behind how we did it."
The Joomla Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Joomla 1.5.8 [Wohnaiki]. This release contains a number of bug fixes and two moderate-level security fixes. It has been around two months since Joomla 1.5.7 was released on September 9, 2008.