Drupal 6 end-of-life announcement

On February 24th 2016, Drupal 6 will reach end of life and no longer be supported.

Synchronizing D6 & D8 user data

We're beginning an effort to migrate from D6 to D8. Since the application being migrated is large, complex, and mission-critical; our plan is to port over and deploy small bits of functionality to D8 over time. Both D6 and D8 will be running simultaneously on production until a total migration of all functionality is complete.

Say what? Essentially, we'll be routing certain URLs to the D8 instance (ie: /featureB/), and leave the others to route to the D6 instance (/featureA/).

/featureB/ ----> Drupal 8
/featureA/ ----> Drupal 6

Features for Drupal 6 and 7

The following sections cover Features for Drupal versions 6 and 7.

A blast from the past: in 2009 when the Features module was first developed, this graphic represented the (then) present of Drupal and the projected future that Features could enable:

Implementation of Widget on Drupal 6 site


I have a very easy job to install a widget on my website. It basically has all of the instructions and simply needs to be uploaded and implemented.
If you complete this job well. I will need some more work done. I am including the link to the widget's github, so that you can review it.


Please give send me an estimate with your reply.

Best Regards,


How can we do that with Drupal

I am looking for an easy way to do something like this page
http://www.theanoadvisors.com/en/who-we-are/ : image or content that switch when overmousing.
This content shall be "dynamic", either from node fields or views.

Thanks for help

Need a Drupal 7 expert to solve thorny problem

I've had a site developed, but the original developer is unavailable and the site is currently unusably slow.

If I disable imagecache external module then the page loads very quickly (but with no images). If I enable it, then the page can take up to one minute to load. I know it has to get the images, but there are only 12 images and they are ~3KB in size so, it shouldn't take anything like as long as it does.

I'm pretty sure imagecache external is called in the bespoke module that's been developed for me, but I'm lost beyond that.


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