Drupal developer in San Francisco, CA Bay Area

Project includes migrating web properties into a Drupal platform.

Work experience and familiarity with Drupal is a must as well as experience working in a team coding environment with source control such as GIT, SVN, or Mercurial and *NIX.
HTML, PHP, CSS, and Javascript skills required, experience with writing SQL and Drush desirable.

UX development and progressive enhancement understanding is desirable.

Please contact me for more information: collin@micegroups.com
Relocation help may be available.

Event Calendar Mod with day + state refinement

Does anyone know if there is an event calendar module which would allow refining by day as well as by state? Thank you in advance!

Installing Drupal on Amazon EC2

Amazon EC2

Amazon EC2 allows site administrators the ability to scale easily while maintaining manageable costs. Much like any other cloud service the service is a pay as you go service. You select the instance type. They offer various sizes: micro, small, medium, large, etc. The larger the instances the more resources you're provided. It comes at a greater cost. In order to figure out costs, amazon provides a Amazon Web Services calculator to figure out a monthly cost.

Creating an account / logging in

  1. Create or Login to the Amazon Web Service Management Console.
  2. Amazon offer many different services. Select Amazon EC2.
  3. On the left hand side navigation, look for, "Instances" and click on it.

Configuring your instance

  1. Select the Linux Amazon Machine Image (AMI) of your preference. (You Can select any but you may need to pay for some futures.)
  2. Once you select through the options of your preferred Linux distribution, your instance shall launch.

[Solved] Should I remove my custom module's rows from 'system' and 'field_config_instance' tables

in hook_uninstall() should I remove my custom module's rows from 'system' and 'field_config_instance' tables? Why or why not?

Thanks,
Nick

Add a contextual filter to a view

[INCOMPLETE]

You can configure a view so that it is filtered dynamically, depending on the context. For example, you could use a contextual filter to add a block that contains related content or that presents a list of articles by the same author.

Prerequisite: To create a contextual filter that is based on a context other than the information in the URL, you may need to create a relationship. For more information, see Add a Relationship to a View.

  1. Navigate to the edit screen of a view (for example, admin/structure/views/view/MYVIEWNAME/edit).
  2. Click Advanced.
  3. In the Contextual Filters area, click Add.
  4. From the Add Contextual Filters list, select one or more filters and click Apply and Configure Contextual Filters. The Configure Contextual Filter dialog box displays.
  5. In the When the Filter Value is Not Available section, specify one of the following options:
    • Display all results for the specified field
    • Provide default value
    • Hide view
    • Display a summary
    • Display contents of "No Results Found"

What is the best solutions for indexing

hi this is new user here . I am facing a problem with indexing of my site on google search engine .
my site not papering on search results .but yahoo is showing my web result .when i am doing directory submissions for my web site directory sites not accepting web url .saying that url not be validated server could not found

this is my url below . Is https matter ? what is the best solution please help me

http://www.invlegend.com

Thanks & Regards

Diwan pujari

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