While recording a podcast yesterday (WebBeet no. 2) I surprised everyone, including myself, by flying into a technicolor rant. Religion, politics and the web. It’s heady stuff. Specifically I was venting about the websites for the two candidates currently running for the office of President of the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Association of Congregations: Laurel Hallman … Continue reading How Might Religious Leaders Leverage the Web?
Last winter I set off in a quest for the perfect Drupal web host. Originally I hadn’t conceived of it as a quest. My needs were modest: Drupal optimized (as opposed to any old host) Great customer service Reasonable cost – comparable to other shared hosts Two months later, I have yet to find this … Continue reading In Quest of the Perfect Drupal Host
This is one of those things I’m going to forget and it’s drop-dead simple. So for others new to Drupal and before it slips my mind…. Go straight to “Administer” / “Administration theme” and change the theme in the dropdown from “System default” to a theme that you know is stable. With version 5, the … Continue reading An Easy Tip to Save Yourself a Drupal Headache
What a feeling of accomplishment to adapt Drupal to look like another site. That’s the first major Drupal project I’ve done, aside from simply getting Drupal to work in the first place. My enthusiasm for Drupal is, if anything, even greater than it was before. Not only that, there are more and more web developers … Continue reading Delving Into Drupal