My beloved Firefox has been doing something strange when it tries to view websites that have certificate problems such as expired certificates. For some reason my desktop computer would pop up a bland dialog box whining about the site uses an invalid security certificate. My laptop doesn't seemt to do this. Apparently no-one on the internet has ever experienced this problem so I felt it would be useful to share the solution with folks.
Recently, one of my clients let their subscription to AVG anti-virus lapse and all 8 computers on their network were complaining about the subscription having expired. I purchased a new license key and went about putting it into the AVG's that were running. Strangely, the field for the license number was grayed out so I couldn't paste it in.
If you check Drupal 7 module updates and you get messages indicating no available releases found for modules that you know are legitimate. It usually looks something like this. The URL is ../admin/reports/updates There is a quick fix:
What a great utility Drush is. If you don't know, it is a command-line utility for use to do all sorts of amazing things to a Drupal system. You can easily make a quick database backup with the following command:
On Drupal 7 sites I always spend time in the content view. That is the one at admin/content. I usually install the views bulk operation module so I get these cool new views that I can easily tweak. What a pleasure! Recently I was on a site that had the administration views module installed. This replaces the default views for content and comment (and more.) Unfortunately the link for editing the view that is so handy is turned off. This
Panels tabs are (like so many things in Drupal) pretty easy once you know the exact steps. Using Drupal 7.20, Panels version 7.x-3.3, Ctools 7.x-1.2. you can make a page that has horizontal tabs along the top. It doesn't require any additional modules.