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Wordpress Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How To Make The First Post?

clock April 8, 2016 00:01 by author Anthony

This tutorial will discuss how to create a new Page and Post on wordpress. Wherein the Post and Page this is the most will often be used when the website was built and after the website goes online, since Page and Post is the place where we put the information we want to upload on our website. If the website is used to blogging as well as for a news portal, then the Post will very often be used to post the latest posts.

WordPress was born out of a desire, wordpress initially ber personal publishing system architecture is elegantly built in PHP and MySQL and licensed under the GPL. WordPress is the official successor of b2 / cafelog. WordPress is a modern software for creating web, but wordpress developed back in 2001. It is a mature and stable. WordPress senidir wish to focus on user experience and web standards different tool with other existing web tool diluaran there. And now total 49% of websites worldwide are built with WordPress.

Here are the steps in the manufacture of a new Post and Page:

Click the sidebar menu on the dashboard pages, and then click add new as the picture below:

Membuat page baru

Bulk Action is used to remove or edit a page or post simultaneously by way of checking the page and posts would be deleted or edited. if you want to edit one by one simply by mensorot title of Page and Post will display the edit menu, trash and quick edit.

The next step to create a new Page after we click the button Add New.

Title is filled with About. Columns underneath used to fill what would we write and we publish. and if you want to insert a picture in the post-click Add Media and select the image you want to paste in your articles.

Featured Image: used to upload thumbnail images in posts

Immediately Publish: used to schedule our posts when the time to dipublis to our website.

Next make Post, essentially making the Post as well as make Page, for the menu to be clicked namely Posts and Add New, cuman difference in Post with Page that is located on the Categories and Tags, for writing Tag adjust to the discussion of the article already you write, in my example menulisakan CMS and WordPress, because my writing related to the topic, and the writing on the tag must be separated by commas. as shown below.

 

category&tag

 


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European Drupal 7.39 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Use Rules to Send HTML Emails

clock August 24, 2015 10:45 by author Rebecca

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use Mime Mail to configure Drupal to send HTML emails. We'll also look at how to send them using Rules.

Let's begin by downloading a few modules. Go ahead and download Rules, Entity API, Mime Mail and Mail System. If you prefer Drush, run the following command:

drush dl rules entity mimemail mailsystem

Once everything has been downloaded, enable Mail System, Mime Mail, Rules and Rules UI.

Step 1 - Configure Mail System

Go to Configuration, "Mail System" and make sure that MimeMailSystem has been selected in the "Site-wide default MailSystemInterface class" and "Mime Mail module class" drop-down list.

Step 2 - Configure Mime Mail

Now, head over to Configuration and click on "Mime Mail". From this page you can change a few of the module's configuration options. The one we're interested in, for now, is the "E-mail format".

Change it from "Plain text" to "Filter HTML". This means that when emails are sent they'll be filtered by the "Filter HTML" text format.

At this point, you should be able to send HTML emails. If certain tags are being filtered out, make sure that the text format selected in "E-mail format" allows the tags.

How to Send HTML Emails using Rules

Mime Mail integrates beautifully with Rules. The module implements two custom actions: "Send HTML e-mail" and "Send HTML mail to all users of a role". As you may have guessed, both actions allow you to send emails as HTML.

I won't go through the process of creating a basic rule. I'll assume you've already created one. So go and edit a rule that will send an email. Click on "Add action" and select "Send HTML e-mail" or "Send HTML mail to all users of a role" from the drop-down list.

As you can see, sending HTML emails from Drupal is not that hard. However, if you're emails are still being sent as plain text and you have a lot of modules installed start reviewing your existing setup. Occasionally, a module might change some mail setting that prevents an email from being sent as HTML.

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European Drupal 7.37 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Manage Comments in Drupal

clock June 27, 2015 09:02 by author Rebecca

Comment is an important function that is included in almost every CMS and Drupal is not an exception. In Drupal, you can add more fields to comment sections, configure display, permission for comments of a content type. In tihs tutorial, I'm going to explain to you how to manage comments in Drupal 7.

Changing Comment Permission

Step 1

By default, anonymous user’s not allowed to comment. To enable comment for anonymous users, go to People > Permission tab as below:

Now, find Comment section, in Post comment select Anonymous user > Save.

Step 3

Next, use another browser to open node you created and view comment form. To configure comment form, go to Structure content type > article > comment field as follows:

Remove Subject of Comment

To remove subject of comment, set content type as follows:

Uncheck Allow comment title and save.

Add New Fields for Comment

To add new field for comment, at add new field section insert field label, select field type and widget:

Now, in front-end, you will see the fields you just added:

Now, you can try adding some new comments, you will see that comments need to be approved before showing on post. To manage submitted comments, go to Content > Comment > Unapproved comments:

Select the comments you wants, choose publish the selected comments to let them showed on frontend. “Delete selected comments” will remove the selected comments.

Change Comment Display

To change how comments are displayed, go to Structure > content type > article > comment display:

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Drupal 7 with Free ASP.NET Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Create Your Own Drupal 7 Theme

clock June 1, 2015 07:09 by author Rebecca

Like other CMS platforms, Drupal allows us to create custom themes and templates. In this tutorial, you’re going to learn how to create a new theme and defining or configuring a theme in Drupal 7.

Theme Structure

To define a new theme in Drupal 7, you need to create folders and files according to Drupal’s rule.

So, we start by create the following folders:

Go to root folder of Drupal > Sites > All > Theme and create theme folders as below:

  • mytheme is the folder that contains themes and can be renamed to your theme’s name.
  • mytheme.info is file used to define theme name, version, core ,css, javascript.
  • screenshot.png is thumbnail of theme, which is showed in theme management section.

Defining theme using .info file

The .info file is a static text file for defining and configuring a theme. Each line in the .info file is a key-value pair with the key on the left and the value on the right, with an “equals sign” between them (eg:   name = my_theme ).

Now, open mytheme.info and start defining:

Theme name (required):

name = mytheme

Description:

description = tutorialdrupal.com how to create and define drupal theme

Theme version

version = 0.1

Core drupal

core = 7.x

Engine

engine = phptemplate

Screenshot

screenshot = screenshot.png

After finishing, we will have a new .info  file like this:
name = mytheme
description = tutorialdrupal.com how to create and define drupal theme
version = 0.1
core = 7.x
engine = phptemplate
screenshot = screenshot.png

Now save the file, go to theme management section, you will see the new theme you’ve just created:

Defining Drupal website’s regions

Region is section for showing Drupal website’s blocks. Regions are defined as follows:

regions[header] = Header
regions[highlighted] = Highlighted
regions[help] = Help
regions[content] = Content
regions[sidebar_first] = Left sidebar
regions[sidebar_second] = Right sidebar
regions[footer] = Footer

After you’re done, save the file and click on “enable and set default” to set this theme as default theme. Now go to Structure -> Block, you will see the new defined regions:

1. Include css file

stylesheets[all][] = style.css
stylesheets[print][] = print.css

2. Include javascript file

scripts[] = myscript.js

So, you’ve just created a new theme in Drupal 7. It's not a difficult task, right?

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Drupal CMS with Free ASP.NET Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Create an Image Style Programatically from Module

clock May 4, 2015 06:55 by author Rebecca

Today, I'm gonna tell you how to create an image style programatically from Drupal Module. You can use this in a .install file to create the needed image style when the module is installed.

The code below will allow you to create an image style from within a module programatically:

<?php
  $style = image_style_save(array('name' => 'avatar'));
  $effect = array(
    'name' => 'image_scale',
    'data' => array(
      'width' => 64,
      'height' => 64,
      'upscale' => TRUE,
    ),
    'isid' => $style['isid'],
  );
  image_effect_save($effect);
?>

This code below shows how to remove the image style:

<?php
  image_style_delete(image_style_load('avatar'));
?>

Hope this will works for you.

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Drupal CMS with Free ASP.NET Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: Fixing Drupal Fatal Error "Allowed memory size of A bytes exhausted (tried to allocate B bytes)"

clock April 24, 2015 07:30 by author Rebecca

Sometimes when working with Drupal, you suddenly see this error: 
Allowed memory size of A bytes exhausted (tried to allocate B bytes)
or

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 3669969 bytes) in ../public_html/includes/theme.inc on line 1987

How to handle this error? That error message tells you that Drupal needed more memory than PHP was allowed to give it. In this article, I will explain to you 3 methods to increase PHP memory size, pick one that you like:

1. Fix the error in Drupal 6/7 using php.ini file

You will probably see this error message when you install new modules/themes. By default, Drupal 6/7 allocates 64M (megabytes) of memory on your website and so, to fix this issue you need to increase memory limit to higher value (128MB is fine).

Here is the solution:

1. Connect to your Drupal web hosting using SSH/FTP connection

2. Check if there’s php.ini  file in root folder of your hosting

3. If it’s existing, open the file with text editor (notepad) and add the value  php_value memory_limit = "128M"

4. If there’s no  php.ini file in root folder, then you need to create one. Use notepate, wordpad or whatever can edit and save text file as .ini  file add the value  php_value memory_limit = "128M"

5. Save the file if check the error’s gone

(Note: remember to save file with name: php.ini, not php.ini.txt)

2. Increase PHP memory using .httaccess

Edit the .htaccess file in the Drupal root directory. Look for the section:

Override PHP settings. More in sites/default/settings.php

But the following cannot be changed at runtime

Now add the following line:
php_value memory_limit 64M
This method will only work if PHP is running as an Apache module.

3. Using settings.php

If Drupal is already installed, you can edit sites/default/settings.php. This method will affect only the site using this file.
Locate the PHP settings section and add the following line at the end of that section:
ini_set('memory_limit', '64M');

That’s all for today, hope you will solve this issue immediately after reading this!

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