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Dominique De Cooman

We have build a modules with a lot of strings. We want to translate them. We dont want to search for strings, translate them and submit them using drupals locale interface because it would take hours.
Here is what we'll do. Enable your locale module which is a core module.

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Dominique De Cooman

I have a Mysql table with 2 rows. Total which is the score and uid which is the user id. I want to know which user has what rank. What's the fastest? Let Mysql do the whole sorting job or let Php do it. So I did an experiment. And the results are:

Php did the job in : 0.00024099999999994s
Mysql did the job in : 0.00073499999999993s

Php wins significant!

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Dominique De Cooman

To translate exposed filter labels, go and get the theme_views_display_filters function out of the views.module file. Put it in your template.php file. Make sure that around every label a t function is wrapped. And that's it, go to admin/setting/locale, look up the string and translate it into the other language. (Dont forget to surf one time to the page you want to translate)

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Dominique De Cooman

By creating a file in the root of your drupal folder and put the code on top that we provide in this post.

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Dominique De Cooman

Is this happening to you when you're using the image module trying to submit an image node? Than the problem is probably the workflow module. Those two modules conflict with each other especially when a state is changed from published to unpublished. Turn off your workflow module and you'll see the problem disappear.

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Dominique De Cooman

This makes sure all your content is filtered the way it's supposed to.

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Dominique De Cooman

Go to the location on your server where your file is using cd command

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Dominique De Cooman

Use the old drupal_set_title('') function to set the title and put it in hook_form_alter. Why in a hook_form_alter? If you do it in preprocess page your 're to late, if you want it to do with drupal_set_title(). But what you can do in the preprocess page is set $vars['title'] (thanks to Davy aka the drupalcoder to point this out). Using hook form_alter has the advantage that it's independent of the theme.

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Dominique De Cooman

We're providing an example that restricts access for an admin of an organic group to his own profile.

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