Myself and Sinéad are taking a break from web design for a week, we're swapping Cork for sunny (hopefully!) Portugal.
While we're unwinding please contact Kev with any inquiries on 087-2236429
The BBC seems to be expecting heavy rain in Lisbon tomorrow ... em, which is not great! (that's as nice as i can put it!)
Here is a gas site that will attempt to determine whether a given web site is running drupal - it's not fool-proof but is good fun:
It works by checking one of the HTTP headers as described here:
Here's some really great (and some not so great!) shopping websites for you to have a look at, there's some really beautiful example in there I'm sure you'll agree.
Many thanks to our good buddies over at Smashing Magazine for compiling the list!
One of the most 'curious' tasks in getting a magento eCommerce shop ready to go live is the task of getting all of the email templates altered so that they contain the correct information for your new shop. There's millions of these templates with rather annoying literal strings in 'em like 'Demo Store' etc. For some strange reason the default templates do not pull things like the store name etc. from the (available) backend variables.
I didn't realise that in Drupal 6, with a little bit of trickery you can add a template region to a node template and not just the page template - it makes sense really and means that you can easily place blocks into nodes once you have added a region or 2. In some cases this might help you build a more block centric version of your target web design in drupal. Here's an article that shows how it's done: