Installing Drush on a Shared DreamHost Account

[box type=”note”]If you have issues with these directions, please read the alternate directions for installing on a shared host manually without using Pear. MediaTemple is one provider where you must use the alternate directions to get Drush working.[/box] One of the easiest and most convenient ways to get your hands on Drupal is on a shared hosting environment. It’s pretty much where everyone is going to start from…

What, no bit.ly Drupal module? Bam! Now there is.

If you ever wanted to allow your site’s users to be able to generate bit.ly URLs cleanly from within Drupal? Well, now you can! The newly written bit.ly module provides OAuth access to allow visitors to sign into their bit.ly accounts, acquire their API keys, and create links in their names’ as well as retrieve statistical account data. More is to be…

Version 1.6 of Add Another Module for Drupal Released

Add another module has been recently updated with another new time-saving feature; you can now display “Add another” tabs on certain node types.  I’m also taking the time to think of what else can be done to make the usual node creation workflow easier for end users. I’ll be looking for suggestions on how to improve the UI and workflow of node submissions and…

Drupal Databases: The Next Generation

It sounds kind of like Star Trek, but trust me, this is a lot more exciting!  Drupal 7 will access databases using PDO (PHP Data Objects), which allows Drupal to support many different Database Servers in the future (and will bring us one step closer to Drupal running on a SQLite3 flat-file database, woohoo!). A few people covered the patch arriving in…