Blog Archive: Drupal 21

The water drop CMS.

August 20, 2019

Shutting Down FlipQuiz

FlipQuiz started in March of 2014, but it's time to shut it down. Here's a recap of the journey.

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January 8, 2019

Twenty Eighteen, Twenty Nineteen

As the year again comes to a close and that arbitrary line is drawn for a new beginning, I want to look back at the past year and then (mostly) ahead at the new year.

Now’s the time to reflect …

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December 31, 2017

Two Oh One Seven

As 2017 comes to a close, it seems fitting to do what so many others are doing and reflect back on the year that was.

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August 24, 2017

Force SSL on a Drupal 7 Site

As forcing HTTPS on sites becomes more and more important, I wanted to document the process in Drupal 7 for myself (and anyone else who might find it helpful!).

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August 19, 2017

Well, that’s kinda awkward….

For the last couple of weeks, this site has been undergoing some changes. Yes, it looks different, but that's not the biggest change....

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July 7, 2017

Drupal Quick Tip: Webform Email to Multiple Email Input Fields

Because I want to remember a) that it's possible to send an email to multiple email fields and b) remember how to do it.

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May 2, 2016

Get Latest Drupal 7 and CKEditor Module (Mac Apps)

Drush and all that notwithstanding, I'm constantly downloading these two things separately because I can't just tick the checkbox and let Drupal auto-update them.

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January 26, 2015


A few weeks ago, I launched a new utility called It has one simple purpose: find out if your sites are up to date with the latest version of Drupal (6 or 7).

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May 6, 2014

FlipQuiz: Classroom Review Games

For anyone who reads this blog, you’ll notice that I’ve fallen way short of my goal of writing one post a week all year long. It hasn’t been for a lack of desire or even a lack of ideas. Instead, …

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February 12, 2014

A Drupal Module for Streamlining the Content Review Process

As a site developer for a web development agency, I often have the need to send clients pieces of content (pages, blog posts, team bios, etc) for review. These are pieces that cannot yet be live in the site, so they need to remain unpublished and be reviewed. Sending links to clients with a login string in the URL is a great way to speed up the process, but I had to write a module to iron out the wrinkles for our clients.

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