I have been a long time drupal user for my websites. I’ve always considered wordpress as the other alternative but had never implemented it for my sites on account if limited power & flexibility as compared to drupal. but also because migrating content is a major pain. should I even make the effort to do so?
i recently updated this site to drupal 6.
it was a fairly delicate task.
i had to follow a few steps to make sure that the update worked ok. the first is to put the site on maintenance mode and to backup all my database, settings of the old drupal 5 site. then i created a duplicate “staging” site to test the new site with the new drupal 6 code. then i had to test each version 6 module and themes to make sure that it worked on the new site. once, i got that working, then i ported over to the “production” site. standard upgrade procedures i guess.
still, doing all this at night was not the best. the mind often doesn’t work that well at night. lol.
i cannot seem to get over the problem of images being lost.
this still remains unresolved.
anyway, i am using new drupal 6 themes for the new site.
starting with the adaptive theme. i find it pretty good and flexible. however, i need to get to the task of proper theming and css coding.
this is quite tough.
i am not much of a css coder.
i have a rough idea of the theme in my mind.
but as ever, my mind is a helter skelter of ideas and concepts.
recall, and recall in a structured manner is my challenge.
anyway, i hope to be able to slowly sort these things out over the next few weeks.
then i will start thinking of updating my other sites.
probably will update my-kart.org last of all.
Today, we are listing 17 online free web based applications that are very helpful for you to process your daily work. Whether you are designer, developer, office worker, manager, supervisor, student, home user, etc. But we make sure to add something interesting for everyone. Most of them are not very well-known, but they are really amazing in respect to their features. Just take a look at them and share your thought here.
some of the applications listed in this article are quite useful. the zapproved service would be useful for enterprise productivity.
As of yesterday’s announcement of CalDAV support in Google Calendar, you can now sync your Google Calendar with virtually any popular desktop calendar for free. Not only can you enjoy your favorite desktop calendar software and still get the benefit of the web interface, but you can also sync any desktop calendar with any other across platforms using GCal as a go-between. Let’s take a comprehensive look at how to set up bidirectional syncing between Google Calendar and your favorite desktop calendar—from Outlook and iCal to Sunbird and Thunderbird—for free.
this is quite a cool tip on personal productivity.
The human brain is a wonderful thing, but it’s a bit faulty as a tool for remembering things. Luckily for us (and for our frazzled brains), technology has stepped in to help out.
With the proper habits and the right tools, you and your brain won’t have to remember a thing again.
There are a host of tech tools that can help with taking notes, managing projects and to-dos, and manage your email and calendar needs just fine. Though I’ll include the best choices below, these tools are just one piece of the puzzle. There are more elegant methods (ever scheduled something in Google Calendar via voicemail?)…
this article gives some tips on using some internet based tools like gmail, google calendar and others to help you to remember things. it also describes how some behavioural change is needed to ensure that these tools provide you with the optimal benefits.