When you upgrade from drupal 6 to 7 show the blog sequence so that the oldest at the top.
I found somewhere that I can arrange it with views
but I have more then 1 blog on my website
and I can't find how to have them separated from each other to keep up with sequence so that the newest is at the top.
I only find i can arrange all comments together on 1 page so forum wil be there to.
I just manually went through the process of upgrading from 7.32 to 7.36, because I'm sick of seeing the upgrade message every time I navigate through my site. I followed all the installation steps carefully and to the letter, but the site still thinks I'm using 7.32. I've gone back through the installation instructions, and I can't find any missed steps, so here I am. Can anyone think of something I might still have to do in order for my site to consider itself upgraded?
I have done drupal core upgrade many time. Now I have to upgrade a Drupal commons distribution to 7.x-3.23.
Can anybody provide me some suggestions for Drupal commons distribution upgrade.
Also, I downloaded 7.x-3.23 and removed all files/folder except sites folder and updated with latest download and run update.php.
Is this correct for a distribution update or I need to take care of something else.
Further, When I checked status report after upgrade, it shows that some drupal commons contributed modules needs update. Do I need to update those modules manually.