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  1. How can I move my intro text shown in step 2 to the same place in step 1? To see the intro text visit - http://www.workbooks.com/sales-performance-calculator and click "Get started now". Then click > Next step You'll see the text: >Over the next few steps we’ll ask you to rate your current sales and marketing performance and then estimate your future rating with a new CRM platform that meets your business needs and requirements. This is the text which I'd like to remove and add in the same place above the first step (Step 1 (of 7) - Current Business Figures. This line is found on line 9 in values.php see JSFiddle - http://jsfiddle.net/arf1z13w/ $wb_spc_array['sections'][] = array("key" => "new-business-generating", "name" => "New Business Generating", "type" => "sales", "intro" => "<p>Over the next few steps we’ll ask you to rate your current sales and marketing performance and then estimate your future rating with a new CRM platform that meets your business needs and requirements.</p>", "description" => "Rate your organisation on its ability to effectively market to new prospects, generate leads and then measure the ROI of marketing campaigns. We’ve outlined some positive and negative indicators below to provide you with a benchmark.", "body" => " The remainder of the page seems to be styled in wb_spc.module, see a JSFiddle of this - http://jsfiddle.net/bmzox5vL. How can I make this work?
  2. As a software engineer the candidate will be part of a team that builds scalable web applications using open source technologies such as PHP, Ruby and Python. The developer will be building applications in multiple verticals for mission critical systems with high precision providing them a challenging environment to work in. The developer will also have to be a fast learner to get acquainted to the rapid changes in the technology. A. Primary Skills: · 3+ Years of experience in open source development with PHP . · Good experience with Javascript and javascript libraries like jquery. · Good understanding of Object oriented concepts. · Good understanding of programming fundamentals and design patterns. · Experience with MVC framework, Open Source, CMS. (Wordpress, joomla, drupal etc) B.Secondary Skills: · Experience in any other additional open source server side programming language like ruby or python. · Experience with client side MVC frameworks will be a plus. · Good Communication Skills . Experience : 3+ years Job / Project Experience : Development Educational Background : BE(IT/CSc), B Tech, MCA Salary Range : As per Co.Norms (based on last drawn CTC) If you are interested,drop your profile at mdthanveer20392@gmail.com
  3. Hi all, I'm an outdated Classic ASP web developer finally making the switch to PHP and I'm still fairly new to it. Anyway, I need to develop a new website for small private school with about 100 students. The site will be mainly used for marketing purposes, posting news, events, etc. We will need to have a login for teachers so they can post homework, photos, and some downloadable files. We do not need to tie it into our school's database for things like updating and posting student grades. It will be a fairly light application I know I want to use PHP and mySQL and I was thinking about using something like Drupal, Joomla, etc, but I haven't used a CMS before. I've also looked online at quite a few sites and I haven't seen any school related website templates that might work with a CMS. Can someone recommend which CMS might be best for creating a small school website? Also, if anyone knows of any school website templates, please let me know. Thanks!
  4. Hi all! Happy Tuesday! I wanted to reach out and see if any of you could assist me in finding new ways to network with PHP & Drupalistas in the DC/Metro area. I CURRENTLY HAVE SEVERAL OPENINGS FOR PHP AND DRUPAL DEVELOPERS IN THE DC AREA! I am looking for enthusiastic developers who are passionate about the cutting edge techonogies and want to grow within the company! Positions are contract to hire so I am really looking for dedicated workers who are looking to find a stable place in this modern, fast paced and tight knit compent. Great Work Atmosphere! Do you know any people who would be interested in learning more? Can you help me spread the word? I attached a sample description for you to review below. Please send resume to: Romina.nally@clovisgroup.com JOB TITLE – SR. PHP / DRUPAL DEVELOPER Locations: Vary. DC, VA, MD Duration: Contract to Permanent Hire Start Date: Immediately Job Summary: The Senior Associate, Technology provides technical leadership to the project team by taking responsibility for a specific component or track of the project architecture. This includes planning, estimation, people management, issue resolution and quality assurance. Responsibilities: • Ability to lead a small team of 3-5 individuals • Ability to serve as a lead developer, responsible for large scale development and data migration tasks in Drupal and PHP • Construct conceptual and technical designs that include the use of Object-Oriented (OO) techniques • Write Java and/or PHP code based on requirements defined in use cases • Develop Object-Oriented (OO) code and/or provide maintenance and enhancements to existing code based upon a solid understanding of OO design • Work with business users to gather requirements, write functional and technical specifications • Conduct multiple levels of testing including unit, system, integration and performance • Estimate and plan iterative / agile releases • Configure Drupal and create custom modules to meet requirements Design, develop, and test an overall solution that includes a content management system (CMS), including capabilities such as social collaboration, analytics, CMS content entry, CMS content migration, explicit / implicit personalization, developing content types or content objects, site architecture, and page templates • Estimate and plan releases for a CMS implementation • Anticipate issues and risks at the module level and escalate appropriately • Facilitate workshops and client meetings • Mentor junior team members Experience Guidelines: • Demonstrates ability to configure Drupal and create custom Drupal modules using the core API • Experience with Drupal 6/7 - knowledge of all major contributed modules including CTools, Views, Panels, and CCK, extending them through code • Mastery of PHP, HTML/5, CSS/3, and JavaScript/jQuery: 5 years of programming experience across these languages • Strong skills with GIT preferred • Ability to learn new technologies quickly • Minimum 2 years’ experience with the LAMP (Linux, MySQL, PHP) technology stack • Minimum 1 year design and development experience with Drupal web content management solution (WCMS) • Experience with database technologies such as Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server • Solid understanding of all parts of Software Engineering (e.g. Requirements, Design, Implementation, Testing) and the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) • Experience working in agile or iterative SDLCs • Experience with Object Oriented Technologies • Knowledge working with PHP and/or Drupal solutions in a cloud-based environment • Ability to work with key owners and stakeholders to document requirements • Proven leadership skills to independently manage a track of work with 3 - 5 people, during various phases of the project lifecycle Education: • Bachelor’s degree required and degree in Computer Science or related technology field preferred.
  5. Hi, I am trying to run a script using the php exec command. It is called 'Drush'. You might be familiar with it. It's a way to perform certain tasks on a Drupal site using the command line (bypassing Apache). Anyway, when executing my drush command in the terminal manually it works just fine. But when executing it using exec() it doesn't seem to be able to find Drush. I set all the permission of the directory and all its contents to 777 and it is still not working. I am also calling drush using the entire path and not just drush as specified in .bash-profile. Example: /Applications/drush/drush --root="/Applications/MAMP/htdocs" --uri="client2.drupal.local" usu "nodes" Where usu is a custom command and nodes is an argument. Again.., this works just fine when run manually in the terminal. Just not when executed using exec(). I tried executing 'ls' and that does work... Does anybody have any idea what could be the problem here? Thanks! Roderick
  6. Hi all, Just need some help in amending some Drupal/PHP script. I would like to find out how I can block a specific domain from registering as a member of a site. I believe this would be done on the register.php page where the user fills out the form. Upon submitting I would like the form to check if the domain is listed as a domain to be blocked. Any help would be much appreciated Adam
  7. I have been trying to research the idea of providing hosting for my web design clients. I was toying with the idea of getting an Amazon EC2 instance or a Linode VPS and, using drupal as the CMS, host multiple sites on one. I started thinking about this when a few friends of mine mentioned providing hosting to your clients could provide a regular suplemental income stream. I realize that I can do a multisite installation with Drupal, but I've also seen people advocating multiple drupal codebases. I'm still learning about the LAMP stack and it's resource requirements. I was hoping some of you that have more experience tuning LAMP would be able to point me in the right direction. I'm also looking for a tutorial on installing/maintaining multiple codebases on the same server. I haven't tried it yet so I'm just assuming that you use Apache Virtual Hosts. Any thoughts on the subject would be apreciated as I haven't figured out all the questions I need to ask yet thanks for all your help.
  8. I am new to Drupal and am attempting to build a custom module to connect to ftp, download a zip file and unzip the file on the server. The zip file contains two product csv files to update price lists on an ecommerce site. I have gotten it worked out to connect, and download the file. But no matter what code I try I cannot seem to get the files extracted. I can get the code working within a separate php file for testing but once I put it in the php and run from the cron tab it refuses to unzip. I am at a loss as to what to try next. I would really appreciate any pointers I could get! These are some of the things I have tried... the closest I have gotten is to have the first csv file within to create and start but it never finishes and the second file never starts. After changing the code so many times I couldn't even begin to tell you what I had when it was able to get that far. $server_file = 'ItemExport.zip'; $shell = "unzip $server_file"; $shell = escapeshellcmd($shell); exec($shell); $zip = new ZipArchive(); if ($zip->open('ItemExport.zip') === TRUE) { for($i = 0; $i < ($zip->numFiles); $i++) { $filename = $zip->getNameIndex($i); $zip->extractTo('.', array(trim($filename))); } $zip->close(); } else { echo 'failed'; } $zip = zip_open("ItemExport.zip"); if ($zip) { while ($zip_entry = zip_read($zip)) { $fp = fopen(zip_entry_name($zip_entry), "w"); if (zip_entry_open($zip, $zip_entry, "r")) { $buf = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry)); fwrite($fp,"$buf"); zip_entry_close($zip_entry); fclose($fp); } } zip_close($zip); } $zip_entry = 'ItemExport.zip'; $file_name = array('StandardExport.csv', 'AmazonExport.csv'); //get the file's size $fileSize = zip_entry_filesize($zip_entry); for($x = 0; $x<2;$x++) { //open the target file $outFile = fopen($file_name[$x],"wb"); while ($fileSize>0) { //read/write only up to 10kb per step $readSize = min($fileSize,10240); //decrease the size of the remaining data to read $fileSize -= $readSize; //get the data $content = zip_entry_read($zip_entry, $readSize); //write the data (if any) if ($content !== false) fwrite($outFile,$content); } fclose($outFile); }
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