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Working man's image attach for publishing workflow

When files are uploaded and attached to a node configured to allow attachments, when the node is viewed, attachments are presented in a table showing the clickable name and size of the attached files. This article shows how to override the default theming for the uploaded attachments table, adding a third column for the visualization of image thumbnails.

How we installed and used swftools

I know that this is documented in many places. So I just wanted to document it in one place what works today for me, so I don't have to remember all the different places.

[Note: It has since come to our attention that an excellent guide exists in the SWFTools issues queue, which is supposed to be well worth checking out: http://drupal.org/node/181998 ]

A fresh approach to social networking profiles (Part I)

Part I - The old fashioned core profile module way

On several large projects, I have already used various approaches to themeable, browseable, and easily editable social networking profiles.

About a year and a half ago, I used the core profile module, and themed it as per the Customising the user profile Drupal handbooks article. (See also Fun with user_profile.tpl.php - stuff for My Space or Friendster like customizable profile).

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