I'm glade to be here with you, I have a quick question and I hope you can help me.
Is there any way to do a block like this one in the picture with drupal?
to see what I'm talking about please go to www.haraj.com.sa and see the block in the right with car brands images
I am seeing many "page not found" errors on the log, but the users are not complaining.
I think the errors are coming from a page which contains links to many reference forms that users can download. All the links have urls of the format:
The use is able to download sample.docx, but the load shows Page not found at this location
It doesn't happen to everyone. I can download documents without any errors.
I'm thinking that this a browser problem or Mac issue or some bad html, but I can't confirm this.
Any help would be appreciated.
I have a Drupal website that's been sitting in mothballs for the last 4 years. When I go to the Drupal Available updates page, there's about 30 or 40 updates total listed there that show they need to be made.Read more
after tons of tread no solution found for my issue: please help me if you can.
I have a D6 site fully working on apace web server, with cpanel.
This site works with site1.com domain.
I successfully created multisite installation to use site2.com and it works great.
site2.com is a "parked domain" (no account needed on server): it uses site1.com drupal core but it has different contents, database, users, and i simply set dns nameserver of it to point to site1.com and everything is ok
Here directory schema:
Now i own site2.net domain and i want to point it on site2.com site not using the tipical "standard or steath forwarding" registrant services.
Summarizing: i want to redirect site2.net to site2.com . how ?
Pardon my bad english :$
I am completely new to Drupal, so please bear with me.
I created a Drupal 6.24 test site (using XAMPP 1.8) on my computer (windows 7 ultra) and copied a live Drupal 6.24 (including the database) to this test site. The structure is a multi site format.
Sites folder in drupal 6.24 (htdocs/drupal-6.24) contains the following folders: all, greetingcards, default
The windows host file contains the following: 127.0.0.1 greetingcards
The file httpd-vhosts.conf contains the following:
##CustomLog "logs/dummy-host2.localhost-access.log" combined
The problem occurs when I enter the path to my greetingcards site: http://greetingcards
Instead of being able to view the copy of the live site, I end up viewing the admin page. The page containing the header: "Welcome to your new Drupal website!".
I've done this numerous times. Always the same result.
I would greatly appreciate someone telling me what I am doing wrong.
I have two blocks created by my module via hook_block. I also have additional user profile fields set as category "employee". In the hook, I set the visibility to:
...but it doesn't seem to make any difference. These two blocks show on ALL user pages, including "user/*/edit" (edit the basic account information). As a test, I left Block 1 as the above settings and changed Block 2 to:
Both blocks still show on ALL user pages. From working with access permissions, I know the logic surrounding user pages seems to be a bit unusual, so I'm wondering if that could be causing this issue as well. Has anyone else encountered a situation like this?