Monthly Archives: January 2014

Creating Field Groups in a Custom Module

If you need your module to add a fieldgroup to your Drupal 7 site, follow this quick and easy process: Also, if you’re looking to create fields, see this related post. Build the fieldgroup through the “manage fields” UI. Modify the code

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Creating Fields in a Custom Module

I’m going to be very brief here, because Joel Stein covers this beautifully. Also, if you’re looking to create fieldgroups, see this related post. If you need your module to add a field to your Drupal 7 site, follow this

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WordPress Plugin: Search Regex

I wanted to quickly mention this plugin as it saved me a bit of time just now. While I worked on this new blog I set the development site up at wordpress.agileadam.com. When I switched the agileadam.com domain over to point

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QuickLook Slow in Mavericks?

Is your QuickLook painfully slow after upgrading to Mavericks? Until there’s a solution from Apple, if you’re on a mac with a Retina display try this: Open the Applications directory in Finder Right-click the application Preview Select Get Info. Enable/check the Open in Low Resolution.

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Add Links to Anchors Automatically

The following snippet is something I used recently to add (below the current item in a menu) links to any anchors found in the content.

Honestly I could probably create the <ul> outside of the each() loop and save having

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