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rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.

Jim Birch: Styling Views Exposed Filters Selects in Drupal 8

Styling the HTML <select> tag to appear similar in all the different browsers is a task unto itself.  It seems on each new site , I find myself back visiting this post by Ivor Reić for a Drupal CSS only solution.  My task for today is to use this idea to theme an exposed filter on a view. The first thing we need to do is add a div around the select.  We can do this by editing the select’s twig template from Drupal 8 core’s stable theme.  Copy the file from /core/themes/stable/templates/form/select.html.twig to /themes/yourtheme/templates/form/select.html.twig Then add the extra <div class=”select-style”> and closing </div> as so. Here is the LESS file that I compile which includes Ivor’s Drupal CSS, but also some adjustments I added to event the exposed filter out. Each rule is commented, explaining what they do. I will compile this into my final Drupal CSS and we…

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chained_fast 7.x-1.0-beta1

Release notesInitial beta release Download Size md5 hash chained_fast-7.x-1.0-beta1.tar.gz 11.3 KB 82e85ff80f0d4b7815050cb6adcf5506 13.17 KB 50221d09f48a96e7ff47e39ec523cb14 Last updated: August 19, 2016 – 08:43Official release from tag: 7.x-1.0-beta1Core compatibility: 7.xRelease type: New featuresPackaged Git sha1: eda89bbd32d0bf109e24c1a12d52a48f60879b44View usage statistics for this release Drupal Developer

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Get a newsletter

Using the Get a newsletter API in Drupal. Drupal Developer

Module Usage Description

This module helps to add a description against each module in the modules page of the site. Currently when a site is maintained by a person who has not developed the site, it becomes very tough to remember why the module is used and is it safe to disable/uninstall them. This module will help developers and site maintainers to know why the module is used and when site clean up is taking place, admin/developers/site maintainers can read the description for the module and if not required they can disable/uninstall the unwanted modules. Drupal Developer

Drupal Developer – Interactive Strategies – Remote

Interactive Strategies is seeking a Drupal Developer to join the team. You’ve touched Drupal 8. Are you a developer who……From Interactive Strategies – Fri, 19 Aug 2016 05:53:29 GMT – View all Remote jobs Drupal Developer

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nodeviewcount 7.x-3.0-beta1

Release notesNow data are stored in the ‘YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS+HH:SS’ format (e. g.’2016-08-10 10:17:32+06:00′) using the timezone. The timestamp format is no longer used. The ‘timestamp’ field type in the view that defined in the module was changed for using new date format mentioned above. Now are used entity relationship instead of the usual database queries. Download Size md5 hash nodeviewcount-7.x-3.0-beta1.tar.gz 13.29 KB 18211cb7fda2f82ef7c2f49311fb7396 17.79 KB 063c95cdaab75922efd38b4b4bf53e9e Last updated: August 19, 2016 – 04:08Official release from tag: 7.x-3.0-beta1Core compatibility: 7.xRelease type: New featuresPackaged Git sha1: 3c80b8852b6e24f15022f40dca2b78c24a1a007cView usage statistics for this release Drupal Developer

Excel Serialization

This module provides an Excel encoder for the Drupal 8 Serialization API. This enables the XLS format to be used for data output (and potentially input, eventually). For example: Drupal Developer

contact_storage 8.x-1.0-beta7

Release notes#2784741: Error while field storage definition#2743657: URL Alias Support Download Size md5 hash contact_storage-8.x-1.0-beta7.tar.gz 32.11 KB 2459f20f040b745efd7d384e699c15b7 53.22 KB 96fca58b6af344b0f744ef4c42b6fb5e Last updated: August 18, 2016 – 22:33Official release from tag: 8.x-1.0-beta7Core compatibility: 8.xRelease type: Bug fixesNew featuresPackaged Git sha1: dcb33a46ba2706e7a9208a26624c36d1a7f3469cView usage statistics for this release Drupal Developer

Cocomore: The Central Data Hub of VDMA – Tango REST Interface (TRI)

On the VDMA website (Association of German Machinery and Plant Engineering) various professional associations are specifically listed with their individual information. To provide each page with information from the Tango Backend, a specific interface has been developed: The so-called Tango REST interface. In the seventh part of our series “The Central Data Hub of VDMA” we will introduce this interface, its technical realization and its functions.  Source: Drupal Aggregator

shield 7.x-1.3

Release notesChanges since 7.x-1.2: #2198491: Robustify user/pw check #2347853 by Dane Powell, Sutharsan, axel.rutz: Set HTTP Auth server variable #2671424 by yivich: Conflict with Path Cache module Amended #2479091 to use t() for boost message. #2479091 by joelstein: Incompatible with Boost Improved readme in #2471000 #2471000 by switzern: Add readme.txt to explain use and installation #2364767 by drikc: Domain Access integration to shield specific domains #2340661 by GBenoit, axel.rutz: Correct REQUEST_URIIssue #2340661 by GBenoit, axel.rutz, dawehner, chx: Correct REQUEST_URI #2078697 by cossovich: Certain PHP CGI hosting configurations don’t allow environment variables to be passed through to PHP #1829694 by Boobaa, axel.rutz, Daniel Wentsch, eiriksm: Won’t take user name and password with FCGI #2382243 by xtfer: FastCGI param selection is not always correct #2336691 by LinL: Fixed Typo in Credentials section of admin form. White lists for ip addresses. Move corret order the lines and remove false code comment. #2063945: Refactor…

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mailchimp_ecommerce 7.x-1.x-dev

Release notesDev branch for on going feature work and bug fixes between releases. Download Size md5 hash mailchimp_ecommerce-7.x-1.x-dev.tar.gz 22.99 KB 573b96a124990183e45de0c909037b3c 29.38 KB fa8fe8f847f256bfec62f4b0aa9c2d40 Last updated: August 18, 2016 – 21:16Last packaged version: 7.x-1.0+0-devDevelopment release from branch: 7.x-1.xCore compatibility: 7.xRelease type: New featuresShort Description: Dev branch releasePackaged Git sha1: ddf4ebd6841d25ee52e64eff4fddd7be6ffca43dView usage statistics for this release Drupal Developer

mailchimp_ecommerce 7.x-1.0

Release notesThis is the initial release of MailChimp eCommerce which includes a submodule for Drupal Commerce support. Features include: Track orders per email per campaign Track partially complete carts Track products and purchases of products per email Download Size md5 hash mailchimp_ecommerce-7.x-1.0.tar.gz 22.98 KB 47284c0bec59aac327d984ad8b21ee28 29.37 KB a9ed66558e8c9f54ddef1d5a85172f87 Last updated: August 18, 2016 – 20:43Official release from tag: 7.x-1.0Core compatibility: 7.xRelease type: New featuresShort Description: Initial releasePackaged Git sha1: ddf4ebd6841d25ee52e64eff4fddd7be6ffca43dView usage statistics for this release Drupal Developer

Front End Developer – Robinson Key – Atlanta, GA

Is your developer work boring? Said yes, why not work for a company who is the top FINTECH company in Atlanta….From Robinson Key – Thu, 18 Aug 2016 20:52:34 GMT – View all Atlanta jobs Drupal Developer

Drupal Web Developer – Harvard University – Cambridge, MA

The web developer will work independently to translate business requirements into technical specs and then configure, build, deploy and support Drupal modules….From Harvard University – Thu, 18 Aug 2016 19:55:21 GMT – View all Cambridge jobs Drupal Developer

Zivtech: Staff Augmentation and Outsourced Training: Do You Need It?

The goal of any company is to reduce costs and increase profit, especially when it comes to online and IT projects. When an IT undertaking is a transitional effort, it makes sense to consider staff augmentation and outsourcing. Consider the marketing efforts of one worldwide corporation. Until recently, each brand and global region built and hosted its own websites independently, often without a unified Drupal coding and branding standard. The result was a disparate collection of high maintenance, costly brand websites. A Thousand Sites: One Goals The organization has created nearly a thousand sites in total, but those sites were not developed at the same time or with the same goals. That’s a pain point. To solve this problem, the company decided to standardize all of its websites onto a single reference architecture, built on Drupal. The objective of the new proprietary platform includes universal standards, a single platform that…

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It’s urgent! (Really?)

I’m not exaggerating when I say that since I joined Basecamp, I’ve been questioning everything about the way I’ve traditionally worked. For example, let’s take the knowledge worker’s staple — email. Most professionals (including me) went from using email to communicate asynchronously, as intended, to expecting people to be trapped in email all day. Once we started reading email all day, we promoted it to the job of handling urgent matters — something it wasn’t designed to do. And if we are stuck in email all day, we aren’t really making progress on any other kind of work.When did the inbox become the center of the work universe? The fear behind “ASAP” Every company has its own culture, which is reinforced by the actions its employees and leaders take and the stories they tell. One particular company I worked for valued being in the know — knowing every little detail. In this environment, it was not OK…

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