The topic looks so simple isn't it? It looked simple to me when I ran into such a kind of need. The first and foremost PHP function that I thought to get this done was array_combine. It did produce the desired result, the below piece of code shows my implementation,
Drupal family members would be well aware about the power of Feeds module. More than many times, thereof has served us in creating new contents with less work and time. Recently I looked the feeds module from a unseen angle, "How to create feeds importer from my custom module?". To make my requirement clear please visit Quiz Questions Import module's page and if possible use this to get a clear picture about what this blog can do for you.
Recently I came across a requirement where I went through all the features in Drupal HTML tables. At times I was startled to know the efficacy of the tables in Drupal 7. I would like to share the the same road trip I went through in Drupal 7. Let's begin with a step-by-step process to create tables inD7
An essential feature of a dynamic site would be to let its users add some contents to it. Often this is done using HTML forms. Drupal offers a rich and relatively simple way to use API for building forms for its Developers. In Drupal parlance it is referred as Form API (or FAPI).
Every small finding is worth sharing. This blog post is no except for this fact. Drupal ships with a module for blogging since a long time. This mighty module offers a potential multi-user blogging feature to Drupal site. This is an essential module for most of the contents publishing site. Blog content has been architectured to leverage node. A new blog can be created by any user with permission "Blog entry: Create new content" as of Drupal 7.
HTML 5 has been encompassed with many novel attributes, one of which is the Placeholders. The Placeholder attribute displays text in the input field till it is focused and then hides the text on click. These Placeholders plays an momentous role in offering a visual information about the field. A general place where I prefer to add Placeholders is template.php in your theme.
Rules no novel to Drupal area, are always considered as the unsophisticated way to accomplish action. A paradigm of rule's dominance can be witnessed in sending a mail after a user account creation, Blocking a Specific user from accessing the site, Providing access to products in Drupal Commerce, etc. Rules can be created either programmatically or by using piece of code.