I have a editorial workflow for a magazine as follows.
I have the following roles.
1.Author - Creates new article node type
3.Magazine committee members (4 in my case)
The managing editor is the central figure in this workflow. He is at the center and can send the article to committee members or spell checker etc. in no defined order.
If the managing editor sends the article to committee members , they return 4 separate articles. The managing editor checks all the four edits and makes it one. The again he may send it to others etc until he is satisfied with it.
I have checked the workbench module, it looks fine. My biggest problem seems to be in the committee step. All four of the committee members should be able to make edits and send four different versions and allow the managing editor to consider all the changes and make one file .
Any solution to this , or any other method to implement , module etc.
I am moving my drupal site from an internet host to my own windows xp computer with EasyPHP. I got a full backup of the files from the site, and a big dump.sql file. (Someone else was hosting it, he gave me those backups and took down the old site.)
My goal is simply to be able to view the news articles and forum threads locally, so that I have access to that information.
I set up the site locally, and it is working somewhat, when I go to the home page I see news articles being pulled from the database. I am also "able" to browse the forums and see the threads. However, the site is insanely slow. It takes around 10 or 12 minutes to load a single page. Too slow for me to reasonably access the information this way.
So I wanted to use devel to try to see why it's so slow and maybe fix it. But,
When I try to log on with the administrator account, I put in the username and password and click the log in button, and the browser spins and tries to load the page. It takes about 10 minutes to load the page (I had to change various timeouts to allow it to finish loading) and when the page finally loads, you are not logged in. It still has links to Log In.
I don't know what to do about this.
- the CSS doesn't load (so the pages are plain white html style if you know what I mean)
Yeah, I know that title is convoluted...but what I want to do is be able to tell what the parent of a submodule is on the admin/modules page. There is little to no indication of what it belongs to sometimes.
Example, under the Administration group, I have a module called "Actions permissions." I have no idea what this module is for, the purpose of the module, why I would want it, or what it belongs to. It's just out there. I know it's a child of something else, but there is no indication of that anywhere. I could go on the server and grep it but I think it might be helpful to people to have a way to determine the parent.
So is there a module that:
A) will group submodules in a hierarchy-type view under their parents? Or
B) a module that simply lists what the parent is on the module item itself like we do with Requires:
Hi, I have spam getting past Molom to comments on one particular old blog post. Each time I get this I block the IP but they still keep coming via different IPs. They are not doing this manually and are not doing it as unregistered commenters? Is there anyway I can stop this?
I am using Disqus module for comments on my articles/blogs etc. To use disqus, I had to turn off comments.
Now, however, I want to use forum and advanced forum. It requires commenting to be turned on.
can I have my cake and eat it too?