Can you import XLS with feeds and create a new node for each intersection of column/row

Is it possible using Feeds XLS or Feeds Excel to import an XLS sheet and create a new node for each intersection of Column and Row.

For example: Rows are people, Columns are dates. For each intersection, create a new node that populates field Name_txt with the row value, Field Date_date gets populated with the column value, and Value_Txt gets populated with the value for the intersection of the two. Then repeat for all columns/rows and intersection values into other new nodes.

Glossary View showing Taxonomy which can be rated that needs to be added to user profile upon rating

Hi all

I created a View to display a list of Taxonomy terms from one of my vocabulary's, now i copied the Views GLOSSARY view function, so now i have an A-Z at the top and clicking the letter nicely displays the relevant taxonomy term below it, thats working fine no problems there.

Need to remove PHP Notice Messages from MimeMail body...

I've been tracking this issue for days now, and think I'm closing in. What started with Simplenews has led me to MimeMail, and furthermore page templates.

On this paste you can see the HTML content output for my MimeMail messages http://paste2.org/bmY3PnP7 The issue is that those PHP Notices are being written to the Body. Can someone help me identify where in Drupal these are being placed in the Body section so I can remove them from the Body region? I don't know where to look for this.

Thanks!

Backup and Migrate with CRON

I have a Drupal 7 website running under IIS 7.5 on Windows Server 2008 R2.

I have manually used the Backup and Migrate module to backup my web site's database, but now I want to use the Drupal cron capability to backup the database every day at 6:00 pm.

Can anyone offer any insight into what I need to do?

How to make a product list

I am developing a website for an HVAC company. They want to list their products with prices. However they do not want customers to be able to purchase from the website as their inventory is constantly rotating. They just need a basic list and the customer can call for info. So I want to create a list that shows the product name, a picture, a description and a price.
Something formatted similar to this without the bidding categories:

Is still Drupal 7 worth learning?

I'm totally new to Drupal and I would like to learn how to use it. Now, seems that Drupal 8 is on the way.
Is still Drupal 7 worth learning or it's better to wait for Drupal 8 to be released?

I would like to learn it from a book, and all the books that I found are about the 7th version of Drupal.
In addition, I think that a long time will pass before a good book on Drupal 8 will be released, so seems that Drupal 7 is the most "learnable" version up to now.

What do you think about it? Thanks in advance.

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