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The Feeds module is the most common way to import content and user data into Drupal. To use Feeds, we need to install these modules:-- Feeds, Features and Job Scheduler: feeds features job_scheduler
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We're going to show you how to show a monthly, weekly or daily list of upcoming events. First, we'll show you how to set up a basic Calendar. You'll need to enable and install these modules: CTools Views
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We are going configure Agenda Module to display Google Calendar Events to Drupal site. It read both Private and Public calendar and you can use one or more Google Calendar in a single Block. And it also provide some disign for your Agenda Block , but if you want to change, you can easily do with simple css. Step 1: Enable Agenda Module As similiar to other module, just dow
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In a previous Responsive Web Solution developer?s blog post, I discussed How to Embed Google calendar in Drupal site. In this post we'll cover an alternative method in displaying listing of Events to our Drupal site. For this we are going to use GCal Events Mod
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Creating Drupal modules is easy.In drupal, modules are plugin that extends drupal's functionality. In fact, the code in this blog is an illustration of how easy module coding can be. We are going to create our first module(mymodule) with only one directory and two small files. Creating Module Directory Go to drupal modules directory i.e /sites/all/modules
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The Google's Store Locator modules create a 'Store Locator' page that your site visitors can use to find and get directions to your physical stores. Some features are: Custom Marker Icons: Upload your companies icon to display it as the marker pins on the map. Location Awareness: If the user decides to share their location with the browser, the map will re-center a
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Step 1: Install XAMPP 1. Download XAMPP From (https://www.apachefriends.org). 2. Install The XAMPP. 3. Open XAMPP Control Panel. 4. Click the "Start" buttons next to both "Apache" and "MySQL".
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