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Upgrading to Drupal8 – Episode 4 “Fuck it, Hello WordPress!”


So, I'm trying to figure out if this darned Drupal Facebook Module will allow me to connect my main login information with Facebook. If this works then this will appear on Facebook.

If this doesn't work then I am going to sulk and write bum on the windows.

The documentation says:

With Drupal for Facebook, you can harness all the power of Drupal in you Facebook App. If you already have content in Drupal, you can expose it on Facebook.

The Drupal for Facebook philosophy is that the functionality already built into Drupal should be used to create Facebook Applications. Where possible, we use Drupal's user management, permission schemes, blocks, views, etc. to implement the Facebook App. Experienced Drupal users will find it very straightforward to build a Facebook App. While Facebook developers new to Drupal may want to spend some time on Drupal.org learning best practices.

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Reset Drupal password using HASH value

During yesterdays reversion back to Drupal7 and subsequent website resurrection, module updates, database rebuilds and general housekeeping… I got a bit clever with myself and managed to lock up my admin profile and lose the password and disable the “email lost password” mechanism in Drupal ;Aaaaargh!!! But after a little googling I found a need solution. […]

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Upgrade Drupal 6 to 7 – Part3 Migrate ubercart from Drupal6 to Drupal 7 in simple steps

(follow on article from /upgrade-drupal-6-7-part2-setup-drupal-7-website-empty-and-ready-receive) Lets review what we have done: We have cleaned up the old Drupal 6 website to make it as minimal, clean and fully functional as possible. It’s just housekeeping and a good thing. We have installed an empty Drupal 7 content management system in a new webserver (or in our […]

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Upgrade Drupal 6 to 7 – Part2 Setup Drupal 7 website empty and ready to receive

(follow on article from /upgrade-drupal-6-7-part1-using-migrate-and-ubercart) We are not focussed on a running an upgrde here, instead we are going to create a clean Drupal7 website and import (or migrate) the contect into it. #2 – Setup a Drupal 7 installation for a Drupal6 upgrade So, we have the original Drupal6 website now running in a […]

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Upgrade Drupal 6 to 7 – Part1 Using MIGRATE and UBERCART

Las month my cousin, drumming demi-god Rob Litten asked me to help him upgrade his website. He has been running a very successful online drumming sensation called Drums The Word for a few years now. It’s a Drupal 6 eCommerce website running Ubercart focused on selling digital products — downloadable videos and drum lessons. We […]

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Website Cleanup – Delete Drupal Users who have no ubercart orders

Migrating Cousin Rob’s www.DRUMSTHEWORD.com website from his 6 year old Drupal6 website to a new (hopefully sexier) WordPress4 website has meant a lot of data cleansing before golive. Before we get any comments about Drupal vs. WordPress, or a CMS flamewar, the new website was chosen to be on WordPress because of WOOCOMMERCE and a […]

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Stop Drupal Spam Modules

If you have a Drupal website then you will be well aware of the near daily battle with annoying spam trying to get a free ride of your sites visitors. Obviously, I’m not talking about the delicious pinkish world war two meaty thing made of Pork, water, sugar and some starchy stuff… but instead, I’m […]

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