These are all the posts tagged with Drupal from newest to oldest. Simple enough.
Posted on Aug. 14, 2013
If you want to make node form fields read-only in Drupal 7, I'll show you an easy and safe technique to do so. Read on to find out about this method.
Posted on July 29, 2013
The Drupal Form API is powerful, but very extensive and complicated. In another post we discussed how to add a custom element from scratch. Watch out for the errors and mistakes highlighted in this advanced-level post.
Posted on July 9, 2013
One of the most cryptic tasks in Drupal is defining a custom form element. That is, defining your own element types to be used and resused in your forms. This post will walk you through the basics. And there's no better way than to learn by example.
Posted on Feb. 28, 2013
Ever wanted to give form elements a custom look? Theming entire forms is straightforward, if laborious. But theming individual textboxes, checkboxes and radio buttons is slightly more obscure. Keep reading to find out how to fully customize your form elements, from the input itself to the label.
Posted on Sept. 3, 2012
In a recent post, I explained how to dynamically alter the AJAX behavior of an autocomplete field in Drupal. But what if you have the similar node reference field, and want to modify the result set? This post will show you how.
Posted on July 23, 2012
The Views module is one of the most impressive features Drupal offers. With some clicks here and there, you can build a rich display of data in minutes. But to offer this kind of flexibility, Views makes some assumptions that can hamper your site's performance. In this post, you'll find out how to improve performance dramatically.
Posted on July 18, 2012
Posted on June 3, 2012
Setting up Drupal 6 to use memcached is anything but trivial. There are plenty of instructions out there, but many of these are for MAMP 1.x, or involve MacPorts. This post will show you how to quickly set up memcached locally. Best of all, this guide will leave your system ready to install other PECL extensions quickly.
Posted on May 14, 2012
Once if a while, you want to make a CCK form field readonly in Drupal. Unfortunately, using form alter + disabled will not work. This post will show you what to do.