1. Install a Drupal web site

2. Configure your facebook app (http://developer.facebook.com -> apps)

Basic Static caching

Drupal Views Vertical columns (without tables) with html div's can easily be achieved by adding a simple template file.

Make your view use the grid (brrr tables) layout.

 I have to keep innovating. Setting a drupal commerce site up is my cup of tea. This video sums it up nicely what you need to do to get started.

This video is about The configuration of drupal 7 commerce modules.

There's a lot how a webmaster can create products and link them to nodes in drupal (The best CMS of them all).

Do you want a lot of functionality (and views integration) with a small amount of code? Everyone should know custom formatters, or let them do only the absolute necessary.

In drupal 7 , a extra display mode can be added programmatically.

Use the following lines of code and you will find your display mode all over your website.

The following entity will contain versions of a movie.

An admin screen for the fields UI will be included and also an add/edit form.

1. Declaration of the entity

This is a piece of cake!

Disable the module:


Rebuild the cache:


Enable the module:

When running Drupal 7 behind a Varnish reverse proxy cache, make sure to include the following lines (suitably edited) in your settings.php:

It does not always have to be difficult.

Doing this the drupal 7 way:

alctially it's quite simple:

the one you want is here :

If you want a dynamical selectbox/checkbox/radioboxes with existing nodes from your system, you should be using the webform_nodes_selector module.

See the link for great views explenations.

Yup, I converted it.

It's not perfect, but it works.

Download it here

There was a status.php pahe for drupal 6 and varnish... Well now there is one for drupal 7 too: 



The solution to fix your problems after installing the CDN module and having imagecaches not generated.

Our setup is the following:

1 Varnish (cache and loadbalancer)

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