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Uploading Documents using HTML5
Posted by Daniel Pepin on 02/06/2014
Formatting documents for viewing on the web is a tough business. The problem is, every browser handles documents in different ways. Let’s pretend you have a document, AwesomeDocument.pdf, that you want to embed into your site. You test it on your computer, and it works great!...
Posted by Mike Machnik on 09/14/2012
One of the most important, yet often overlooked, aspects of running a Drupal site is regular site maintenance. Just like a car, your sharp new Drupal site is a well-oiled machine. To keep it in tip-top shape, though, you'll want to make sure you have it maintained properly...
Mike from commonplaces
Posted by Mike Machnik on 08/23/2012
Tech in New Hampshire has been growing at a rapid rate. So, too, have a variety of communities that have sprung up around some of the open source technologies in use -- and chief among these are the New Hampshire Drupal and PHP communities. Regular meetups held by these...
Matt Morley CommonPlaces
Posted by Matt Morley on 08/16/2012
With the advent on Drupal 7, using SQLite as a database backend became a new option. While this ushered in a period of code updates for modules written specifically against MySQL, the Database API provided a clear way to make your code be database agnostic At CommonPlaces,...
Lemu from commonplaces
Posted by Lemu Santos on 06/28/2012
 Let’s explore two basic ways of getting a page scroller in your site… 1) The first we have implemented on our company website at CommonPlaces.com, if you go to our portfolio you can take a look and see a beautiful horizontal scroller. Our approach for this...

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