Bulk tagging existing content in Drupal with Views Tagger

If you have your own Drupal site for a while, and you want to add or update the tags of your content, you have to edit every single node and update the tags by hand. This is a rather tedious job.

Fortunately you don't have to hack the Drupal database to tag your content en masse: the Views Tagger module leverages the Views module and provides a dedicated view to tag all your nodes at once.

Drupal theme hacking - the basics

So you have this Drupal theme project you're working on, and you wonder where to start. This blog post tries to assist you in this endeavor. It assumes you're working with the default template engine: PHPTemplate.

First, let's zoom into how Drupal processes a theme. Most theme related information is stored in files in the theme directory. Usually, the my_theme theme files will reside in sites/all/themes/my_theme. An overview of typical files you will encounter in the theme directory:

Mashing up Drupal themes Colourise and Acquia Slate

Today I started mashing up the Acquia Slate theme with the Colourise theme and managed to port the Acquia slate implementation of taxonomy terms into Colourise. In addition I implemented a configurable theme registry rebuild flag and added a configurable taxonomy term separator into the theme:

Partial eclipse of the Moon on Dec 31st, 2009

On December 31st, 2009 most of us will be treated by a partial lunar eclipse. Indeed, the Moon will be darkened by part of Earth's shadow on this year's last Full Moon, and this month's second Full Moon (sometimes called a 'Blue Moon'). Only the Americas will not be able to witness this eclipse.

Do you like the new layout?

As you may have seen in the past few weeks I have been trying out new layouts for my website. I moved from the Acquia Slate theme to the Colourise theme and customised it a bit.

Personally I'm starting to like this layout, I even tried to create some artwork Laughing

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