I accidentally stepped into a flame war this morning.
Steve Burge at OS Training just released an excellent article on how to make Drupal behave like a Wordpress blog. It's an excellent article and I recommend you read it. It also shows what's both good and bad about Drupal.
At work lately, I've been dealing with an interesting problem: real time performance on a Drupal website. It's interesting because the standard solutions don't work. (This is a support page for an upcoming Badcamp presentation.)
I've been following the blog of a young lady who decided to switch careers from law to web design. Sound familiar? It should - I did the exact same thing. I've got about 2 years on her, which is enough of a perspective to know that she will turn out just fine.
I'm building a Drupal app that lets you upload photos from your mobile device directly to the site. The problem: half of them are coming out sideways, or even upside down.
I recently had to adjust the output from a field on a page. Here's how I did it.