How to create and maintain your own cache table in Drupal

Published on Tue, 2009-08-11 - 09:41

There's a lot of good documentation for how to use the caching system already set up, in particular a very nice write up by Jeff Eaton that, even though it is written for Drupal 5, I find myself looking at rather often.

If you want to set up your own caching table, however, documentation is kinda scarce – I haven't been able to find anything that covered it, but that may be due to my lack of Google skills.

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The new spam

Published on Tue, 2009-03-31 - 14:11

I just came across a new kind of spam, very cleverly made:

Screenshot of the new kind of spam I got

It's a clever ploy, posting praise with hidden images. Only it was a bit off in my case, but if I hadn't checked the source, I'd never have known that I was in fact in the advertising business.

This particular post actually slipped through Mollom, so beware, my Mollom using friends – I've submitted this one to Mollom as spam, but beware what might have gotten through the net.

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Lightning fast...

Published on Mon, 2009-02-16 - 21:47

I remember my first Internet connection, all 33.6 Kbps of it. The warbling sound, the seemingly endless wait for a connection. And even when you would finally managed to connect, there were still the several seconds of load you had to endure for most sites. The past millennium, it feels like ages ago.

Snippet: node type specific CSS files

Published on Fri, 2009-01-02 - 21:45

I just wrote a fun little bit of code for answering a question on our Danish Drupal community site.

The user in question wanted to add different CSS-files, depending on the type of the node used as the main page content, and I just wanted to share a little bit of code demonstrating how much can be a achieved very easily with Drupal's very flexible theming system.

So with no further ado, here it is:

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