On may 2012 we conducted a Drupal course for several companies in Cathalac - City of Knowledge.
There is a simple way to do this in Drupal 7, using the function drupal_add_js and creating an array with the data we want to make accessible:
Drupal is defined as a content management system in first instance by many, but lately it has been used as a framework for the development of web applications.
As a continuation of my blog post about Too many options is not always good, I will write today about another way to make the websites we design more engaging to the visitor.
In my personal point of view, Omega theme is the best Drupal theme I've worked to date. It's the theme we use for our projects because its pretty impressive, with interesting features as:
This week I was investigating about how to improve user experience of website users. The first thing that may come to the mind is choosing the right font, finding a great color contrast between the elements, calculate margins and paddings, and every aesthetic aspect to make the website pleasing to the eye, but reality is that it’s more than pixels.
After several months of work we launched the beta of Latamapps which aims to be a place where individuals or business throughout the world that need to solve a technological issue can express these needs and then tech providers in Latin America can provide solutions for those needs through the website.
This is a really simple tutorial that explains how you can build a site with multiple register forms for different types of users using the modules Auto Assign Role, Content Profile and CCK.