Hello, I come to you because I want to make a website as http//:www.zozi.com ?
Can you tell me if you can do it with drupal ..? or if I have to go on a development from scratch..?
Thank you very much for your answers that will help me realize my project.
Can this scenario done with drupal...
classified site, visitor can browse the ads, members can buy ads slot(s), and the can manage it. First slot is free.
If not any recommendation?
My company is trying to work with a freelancer to develop a professional Drupal website. I have tried Odesk but the candidates I have come across do not see to be professional. Do you know any websites which we could find more suitable candidates?
Here is the job description for your consideration:
Hourly Rate: $5.00 - $30.00 per hour
Title: Start-Up Marketing Website Development & Design
***** Marketing Corp is seeking a highly professional, knowledgeable, experienced, and creative individual who can be focused on our project and design it in a professional and timely manner while following our precise directions and getting ideas from sample websites provided to them. This website is one of a few websites which will be launched in the following weeks and the target audience of this particular website are professional recruits, and affiliate networks. Website needs to be mobile friendly as well. This website will be based on Wordpress or Drupal and employ modernizr/HTML5 possibly.
We are also looking for competitive individuals who could join our team permanently, so it is a great opportunity for you to shine.
- A complete portfolio of recent designs
- Highly Knowledgeable in Wordpress themes and plugins (Many Custom Requests)
- Complete Understanding of Modernizr java.
- Designing Mobile Versions
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EPI VS Other CMS EPI VS Other CMS
abaksi May 15 2013, 9:45
I have worked with other CMS solutions like Tridion, Drupal and very new to EPI.
I would like to know if EPI Server provides the following funtionality and the terms for the functionality which will help me to study and gain knowledge on this product.
Blueprinting (Master/Child website/publicationrelationship)
Localization/Globalization (localization of content in child which is coming from master)
Content Authentication and Authorization
Content Tracking (analytics)
Maketing Email Campaigns (Email Management for marketting products/registration)
DTAP support (Conten Import/ Export acrros epi server in different environments)
Content Templating (Template based)
Modular Templating & Reuse (Module/class based templates)
Content Taxonomy (Category/keywords association)
Dynamic Linking (Dynamic Content liked to page and can be published with page)
Multilingual support (Differnt Language's sites)
I am trying to move a Drupal site from one server on Godaddy, to another hosting server other than goDaddy.
The new hosting server will host the files only and NOT the database which will remain on goDaddys database server.
I assume that the database settings would stay the same. It appears that the site is still broken probably do to relative paths.
Is this correct about the links causing the problem and how do I go about fixing these paths.
Thank you for your help in this matter!
Transliteration provides a central transliteration (romanization) service to other Drupal modules, and cleans file names during upload by replacing unwanted characters.
Generally spoken, it takes Unicode text and tries to represent it in US-ASCII characters (universally displayable, unaccented characters) by attempting to transliterate the pronunciation expressed by the text in some other writing system to Roman letters.
According to Unidecode, from which most of the transliteration data has been derived, "Russian and Greek seem to work passably. But it works quite bad on Japanese and Thai."
In Drupal 8 core
Transliteration is part of Drupal 8 core. See #567832: Transliteration in core.
If you are installing to an existing Drupal site, you might want to fix existing file names after installation, which will update all file names containing non-ASCII characters. However, if you have manually entered links to those files in any contents, these links will break since the original files are renamed. Therefore it is a good idea to test the conversion first on a copy of your web site. You'll find the retroactive conversion at Configuration and modules >> Media >> File system >> Transliteration.