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