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Caryl Westerberg Posted by Caryl J Westerberg on Monday, October 23, 2017 - 1:46pm

Drupal provides a powerful framework for creating custom elements for use in forms. One example of a custom element is the Link field. Suppose you want to change the default label on a Link field to read "Link text." How do you alter it?

Photo of John Bickar Posted by John Bickar on Monday, October 2, 2017 - 3:11pm

Today I learned about the -v flag for grep. The -v, or --invert-match, flag, returns all lines that do not match your regular expression.

Posted by Caleb Jones on Friday, September 15, 2017 - 4:11pm

This summer, I had the opportunity to intern with the fantastic Stanford Web Services team. In doing so, I gained an understanding of the methodologies involved in the development of modern websites.

Cynthia Mijares Posted by Cynthia Mijares on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 8:04pm

The Stanford WYSIWYG gives the content editor multiple style options to modify the look of their site's content.  Suppose you want the ability to float an image right or left in the content region but it's not in the list of Styles. You can create a CSS Injector rule to target that specific content then make this style available to the WYSIWYG Styles drop-down list. To tackle this example, let's go step-by-step to add the ability to float images right or left in the content region within the WYSIWYG.

Grace Kiburi profile photo Posted by Grace Kiburi on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 2:17pm

Websites on sites.stanford.edu and people.stanford.edu will be receiving updates from May 30 to June 1. University IT will be updating Drupal modules to maintain the security of all websites on Stanford Sites and ensure everyone continues to benefit from the latest community contributions. Updates start around 10PM Pacific and usually wrap up around 4AM, during which time your site may be unavailable for approximately 1 minute.

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