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This blog post will show you how to setup and configure the Twitter module to incorporate your tweets into your site via a Tweets block that can be displayed anywhere on your site (footer, main page, etc).

The 'Appearance' admin section is the place where you enable, add, and configure the themes available on your site.




The 'Structure' admin menu section is the place where you add/edit/delete blocks, content types, menus and terms for your site! It has all the building blocks needed to set up a site's structure. Here we go over those sections one-by-one.


Administering Drupal's content sectionThe content page lets you manage the content that has already been entered into the site (either using the 'Add content' link or by imorting content through the Feeds or other modules).

On this content managing screen, you can find, edit, and delete existing site content!


I'm going to assume that you already have a Google Analytics account and a working Drupal 7 Google Analytics module setup.

The default Google Analytics configuration on your site will send over the usual information: geographic location of your visitors, what browsers and operating systems they're using, page clicks, page load times, etc.


Printer friendly links example

I love Drupal's Printer, email and PDF versions module, which allows you to add links to any of your content types to provide that content in a print-friendly fashion or in a PDF or simply to send to a friend via email.  But how can I add the same functionality to a certain View?


How can you easily provide the styles you want to your content editors, through CKEditor, without giving them access to all varieties of font sizes, colors and styles beyond the set you want to allow on your site?

Here is what you can accomplish with some CKEditor customizations: you can create a customized 'Styles'  drop down (as shown below), including only styles you want to be used on your site by content authors and editors.  You can use that to replace the 'Format', 'Font' and 'Size' drop downs that are enabled by default, so your content creators can no longer create pages with font styles that do not fit and/or are not pproved for your website.


State and government websites are required to be ADA-compliant (Americans with Disabilities Act) to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access the same information and services as non-disabled individuals. I recently implemented a couple of the features required for ADA-compliance on one of the websites I manage. In this blog post, I will share quick and easy changes you can make to your websites to make them more accessible. These features are easy to implement and can make a website infinitely easier to navigate for somebody using a screen reader or similar software/device to access your content.