Drupal

Mollom - Software as a Service to fight Web Spam

Opening up a public website to allow people to comment is a risky endeavor nowadays. Vandalism and ‘blog spam’ can be very labor intensive to cure after an attack. Fortunately there are a couple products and services that help in fighting this Digital Evil through machine parsing.

Looking for a Drupal module?

One of Drupal's key success factors certainly is its huge collection of modules. However, the sheer number of developed modules does not ease your search for extra functionality. In addition, sometimes the same functionality is provided by more than one module. Probably you'll like DrupalModules.com: on this site you can conveniently search for modules, restrict your search to a specific Drupal major release, choose between similar modules based on reviews...

Running Drupal without cron

Although many hosting providers now offer hosting packages with PHP and MySQL, most do not offer cron functionality, i.e. the possibility to schedule tasks. The simplest way to set up these scheduled tasks within Drupal is by means of the Poor Man's cron Drupal module. Once installed it will check whether cron must be run whenever your Drupal site is visited.

Hide primary links in Drupal

Some Drupal themes provide their own menu system instead of Drupal's built-in primary links menu. When enabling these fancy menus, your Drupal site may end up with two menu systems instead of one. In order to get rid of the primary links menu, you need to disable it:

  1. Log in with “administer menu” privileges.
  2. Navigate to to administer » settings » menus (admin/settings/menu) and set ‘Menu containing primary links:’ to ‘No primary links’. Repeat for the secondary links.
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