I went into this review skeptical of a Windows OS running unified across multiple platforms. After all, we already have Android and IOS saturating the market and battling it out for control of our mobile devices. I have spent countless hours with my Motorola Xoom, and have purchased my share of apps from the Google Play Store. With two established platforms to choose from is there any reason to add a third? More importantly, can Microsoft sway consumers away from their platform of choice after they have already invested heavily in both hardware and apps?
Hey guys just wanted to give you a quick preview of our latest project. Here is the logo and website design we proposed to John Russell of Russell Building in Connecticut. Mr. Russell does amazing work and we highly recommend you give him a call if you need work done in your home. He recently replaced the wood floor in my dining room and it came out amazing!
I am writing this quick guide because I recently had to tackle this very task and ran into a bit of difficulty. I had successfully completed a multisite installation using Drupal 6 before in the past, however those same steps did not yield the same results using the latest version. For this tutorial I am installing Drupal 7 on a shared hosting server, e.g. www.justhost.com, so these steps may or may not work for you. If you come across any errors please let me know in the comments section below.
I will be using this blog space to share my opinion of different modules that can make the development process both easier and more efficient. Being a Drupal developer I have a great deal of experience with a wide variety of modules, some I have liked and continue to use, and some I uninstalled immediately. While I don't use modules to accomplish every site goal, I will often write custom code myself, if there is a module that can save me time without sacrificing function I will use it. If you have ever used Drupal you know how awesome modules like views and panels are.
Welcome to the new Think Pod website designed by the talented Michael Irwin and your very own Matt Jennings. Take some time to look around and become acquainted with the new features, and make sure to tell us what you think of the design in the comments section below. This blog is in it's infancy but we are hoping it takes off down the road. We think it's a great way for us to interact with our clients and get feedback from you guys.