I reset my password and it doesn't recognize my new username. I ask to reset password and since it doesn't recognize my username, it still doesn't work. Please help on resetting username and password.
It is always good to think it over before installing a module; too many modules can slow down your site and are tricky when updating especially on shared servers as their maximum allowed hardware resource usage is much lower than VPS and dedicated servers. Additionally, modules that are poorly maintained and contain bugs can be detrimental to the security and stability of your site.
Each website's needs and resources vary widely so the following numbers are offered as rough advice, not strict guidelines in any sense:
- For a small website on a shared hosting service: 20 or less well chosen contributed modules should provide plenty of flexibility and functionality while keeping a lean well performing site.
- For moderately complex sites: 20-50 modules may be more adequate, though a good site builder may be able to get more functionality out of less modules. You might start to feel the shortcomings of a shared host and might consider moving to a VPS.
- If your website is very complex and must satisfy many, many different use cases: 50 - 100 modules may be necessary. A shared hosting service may serve the site, but performance could be inadequate.
Ok so I'm pretty sure drupal cant really do this, however, with drual how would one do this
so i have a apache vhost for my drupal install for xxxx.com/www.xxxx.com
now i want to add sub.xxxx.com
added to nameserver, added to vhost. done
now when i goto sub.vhost.com it goes to my drupal page.
but i want it to goto a specific node
essentially i have a game server running on that ip and i have the game panel embedded into drupal. so when i goto the games address vs. the TLD i want it to goto a certain node/page/etc
During the Drupal 7 release cycle we had two usability tests, one at the University of Minnesota and one at the University of Baltimore. These tests helped us understand the fundamental issues that Drupal site-builders face and set the direction for many of the major usability improvements in Drupal 7. These tests also triggered a cultural shift within the Drupal contributor community: we now consider user experience design a top priority in all major development efforts.
As the next step in this effort, we are running new usability tests to inform Drupal 8 development!
From May 17-19, the University of Minnesota has once again offered to host a formal usability test in their lab facilities, this time targeting Drupal 8 (as well as Drupal 7 contrib). These tests will give us the chance to see how far we’ve come in solving issues we identified previously. They will also give us a chance to evaluate the new interfaces and tools we added to Drupal 7 core, including the Overlay, Contextual Links, and Toolbar modules.Read more
We are looking to move into web development and as we use drupal for our own site and see the benefits, we would like to start in that direction.
As a very small UK company with a very small budget to match we'd be looking for the most cash efficient way to get someone so we are considering a junior developer or even someone with just the knowledge but no experience.
From experience, what would a reasonable rate of pay be for someone like this? Are there better options for us?