Hey there fellow Drupalers...

I built this up with another guy. I did most of the Drupal-specific stuff, and he most of the layout.

The theme is completely custom from the ground, up.

Modules (outside of core) used:

CCK
Imagecache
Invite
Privatemsg
Nodefamily
Nodeprofile
Nodeprofile Bonus (Found this on here somewhere), slightly hacked to deal with the multiple profile types (Artist v. Enthusiast)
Usernode
Adsense
Automatic Nodetitles
Custom Pagers
Global Redirect
Google Analytics
Legal
Meta tags (aka nodewords)
Pathauto
rolesignup
Service Links
Subform Element
Token
User Comment
Username AJAX Check
Validate Age
Smileys
Buddylist (slightly hacked)/Buddylist Invite
Captcha/Image Captcha
Views
Views_bonus (for grid view)
Fivestar + Voting API

I'm interested to hear what people think about the flow. I know there are a couple of things remaining that bug me, and are on my 'do' list, but have been anxious to get this pet project out there, and get some feedback. Maybe that's a bad thing. I dunno.

Oh yeah, and I will be getting the Druplicon in some form tattooed on me somewhere by the end of the year. :)

Anyhow, check it out: http://www.seemyink.com/

Thanks!

Comments

richardjam’s picture

I like your site very simple layout. Interested to know how you did the embed code

jtalboy’s picture

love the site, look, content, nice timely good work!

beejaysea’s picture

Thanks to both of you!

To richardjam:

I use a custom content type with a CCK Image field, and for the embed, I basically do something like this:

<?
  $host = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'];
  $node_pic_orig_fp = "/". $node->field_image[0]['filepath'];
?>

<div class="pic-embed">
<?
  $embed_code = '<p style=&quot;text-align: center&quot;><a href=&quot;http://' . $host . $node_url . '&quot;>';
  $embed_code .= '<img src=&quot;http://' . $host . '/files/imagecache/display' . $node_pic_orig_fp . '&quot;/>';
  $embed_code .= '<br/>SeeMyInk.com</a></p>';
?>

Embed Code<br/>
<input type="text" size="40" value="<?=$embed_code?>"/>
</div>

There's probably a 'better' and 'cleaner' way to do this, but this works for me. :)

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richardjam’s picture

Thanks for sharing. This is why drupal rocks