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Technology

Drupal and OpenID

I have been focused on OpenID implementations lately, specifically in WordPress and Drupal. The Drupal effort is for my own sites. Until this weekend, I had turned off new user registration at my Drupal sites, because I get too many junk user registrations. However, to incorporate OpenID into a Drupal site, you have to allow […]

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Semantics

RDFaification of Drupal 6

You don’t have to wait for Drupal 7 to RDFaificate your Drupal site. I spent yesterday tweaking my space, and if you access the site now with a tool, such as the Semantic Radar Firefox add-on, you’ll see all sorts of semantic goodness. I used a combination of plug-ins and theme modifications to make my changes, and will […]

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Technology

XHTML and the Forum

An issue I had with supporting XHTML in my WordPress weblogs is that it can be difficult to control others’ input in comments. I solved the issue with Drupal by not supporting comments directly on posts. Instead, I’ve provided a forum, using the Drupal Forum module, here at RealTech. I’ve only provided the one forum […]

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SVG

XHTML and template.php

Since I use inline SVG in all of my sites, I need to serve my pages up as XHTML. I couldn’t find a Drupal module or option that triggers Drupal to serve the pages up as XHTML, so I added the following code at the very top of the page.tpl.php page: <?php header(“Vary: Accept”); if […]