Drupal

Introduction

Source code management, also known as code version control, source control, and revision control, is essential to say the least. For programming, it was and it always will be even more than essential. For other types of documents, it is becoming more and more essential and we are seeing business managers and graphic...


Introduction

In a previous blog post, we explained what hierarchical paths are, gave examples, and solved a problem with the pathauto module of Drupal 7 that caused certain links to contain a buggy "front" slug.

In this blog post, we will go deeper into all the issues that come with implementing a proper URL paths hierarchy in Drupal...


Generating hierarchical paths in Drupal 7 based on the pathauto module is not an easy task. First, in a nutshell, hierarchical paths are ones that follow a certain hierarchy, a tree structure, or even called multi level or multi depth. For example...


Introduction

As soon as you start developing reliable websites in Drupal 7, the need to create custom modules arises. There will be plenty of situations where you need to create custom hooks to handle certain business requirements for your Drupal website; and those hooks have to live inside a custom module. For example, check our...


Preventing your Drupal 7 website editors from deleting content, under certain conditions, is not that difficult if you know the proper Drupal hooks to use. However, finding those hooks isn't easy and we're sharing this blog post with you in the hope that it will save you a few programming headaches...


If you're looking for a well written and tested function to recursively retrieve all child menu items in Drupal 7, you've come to the right place. All you have to do is pass it a valid node path such as 'node/123'.

The terminology you use might differ. You might call them sub menu links, deeper level menu links, sub nodes, or links...