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Posts tagged "Drupal Planet"
Amy and Jules tell us all about their first ever BADCamp experience!
Drupal's CKEditor does not show the styles from the default theme. Let's fix that and make WYSIWYG true again.
Get your hooks out of Drupal with Drupal 8's event system.
Smoothly transitioning from an image to a solid color can be tough. Let's make it easier.
The differences between Drupal 6 and Drupal 8 are pretty major, but thankfully, making the jump is singificantly easier with Drupal Migrate.
Mimi poses a few questions you should ask yourself before embarking on a website overhaul.
We're off to Baltimore for a week of Drupal. Here's where you can find us.
Meet the ThinkShout team at the NTC in D.C.
A solid base for theming world-class websites, regardless of CMS.
In part 2, learn how to get your own migration up and running.
There's more than one way to migrate content to your site. In part one, we show you how with Migrate & Google Sheets.
Learn more about why we're such big fans of iATS Payments.
New to Drupal 8 theming? These tips might make the learning curve a little less steep.
Avoid creating overly complex content systems in Drupal by keeping these few things in mind.
MailChimp API 2.0 is about to go extinct - here’s what you need to know.
Utilize Drupal 8's routing system for a better admin experience.
Joe discusses the many benefits of project documentation.
Connect with the ThinkShout team at DrupalCon New Orleans!
Greg explores some of the benefits of file-based configuration with Pantheon.
Theming trouble? Try Browsersync!
Learn how to change menu items with a little bit of code.
Our redesign of the SPLC site is up for a Webby!
Natania rounds up our 2016 NTC takeaways.
Connect with us at the NTC!
Changes and recommendations for transactional email in Drupal
Bringing our open source contributions to Drupal 8
Join us for some great Drupal events here in Portland!
The Capital Area Food Bank shares their RedHen Raiser successes.
Saying goodbye to Sean and exciting things ahead for ThinkShout.
2015 in review and the years ahead
We built a brand new Drupal-based tool for Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams.
Part 2 of our series dives into Drupal 8 theming.
Get going with Drupal 8 with the help of our two-part guides.
We're heading to the Bay Area Drupal Camp this week, and so should you!
Join us at BADCamp for two half-day trainings!
It's time to talk Dreamforce.
We have a brand new video guide for setting up RedHen CRM.
A case for Drupal and Salesforce's NPSP as a superior alternative to Blackbaud's Luminate CRM.
ThinkShout officially relaunches the SPLC site.
We take a closer look at a RedHen Raiser success story.
We put our heads together to tackle the Entity Registration module.
If your content resembles a post-apocalyptic wasteland, take some tips from George Miller.
Meet ThinkShout and the Drupal Association's interns!
Stephanie sits down with our design team to talk trends, projects, and Devsigner
Design and UX at DrupalCon LA
The story of one ThinkShouter's first commit to D8 core at DrupalCon Los Angeles
We're ready for some Drupal fun in the sun.
Porting the MailChimp Module to Drupal 8 for DrupalCon LA
Adding data integrity and other enterprise features to the Drupal-Salesforce integration.
Let's debunk some open source myths.
We'll see you in Austin!
Great team sprints lead to great team accomplishments.
Trends in Nonprofit Tech to Watch in 2015
Looking at the past year and the year ahead for the Drupal Community.
Getting hacked is terrifying, but it doesn't have to be.
We created an "action portal" for the Oregon Metro Zoo in Portland. Here's how.
Join us at BADCamp 2014 and the Nonprofit Summit.
Learn everything you need to know to start using Behat today.
Process credit card payments quickly and securely using an encrypted USB card reader.
There's a whole lot to gain by giving away your code.
Do you know what your site's metrics are telling you? We have some resources for you that can help.
Using Travis CI to deploy a Jekyll based site to Amazon S3.
ThinkShout is proud to offer RedHen Donation, a new online donation form.
Want responsive images on your Drupal 7 site? Use a Drupal 8 backport to get the job done.
Dig deeper into SASS with part two of this series.
Looking for a low-cost layer of backup security for your website? Consider NodeSquirrel.
Your site's metrics will tell you a lot about your content.
Find out how to wrestle proper URIs out of all sorts of stubborn entities.
Having trouble applying infinite scroll to custom block content? We've got a process for that.
Going to Austin next week? Check out our lineup of BoFs and sessions.
There are plenty of features to go ape for in our latest beta release of the MailChimp Module.
Our latest release of Commerce iATS brings ACH/EFT and Direct Debit payments.
Pearl Jam's website is a great example of good content strategy.
Having trouble exporting dates in Drupal? We've got an easy solution for you.
Synchronizing 300,000+ Salesforce records with Drupal RedHen
A new Drupal module to display entities as blocks.
Resolve the dichotomy between “Desire Paths” and “the desired path.”
Refactoring the Commerce iATS module.
Reflections on Drupal Day: Creating a One-Size-Fits-All Day for Nonprofit Professionals and Technologists
Learning a new technology can be incredibly intimidating.
How we used Jekyll, Foundation, GitHub, and Amazon S3 to build and deploy the new ThinkShout.com.
How we are helping iATS Payments serve more nonprofit customers.
Want to get started using SASS/Compass with Drupal?
If you've never been to the Bay Area Drupal Camp, we strongly recommend you consider attending this year.
How we built a flexible, integrated CMS & CRM solution for repeat deployment with Pantheon hosting
Changes to our MailChimp module.
PHP provides some nice functions that can get you what you need from an array without having to loop through a huge Drupal Node array.
Our RedHen code sprint at DrupalCon last Friday was a great success.
DrupalCon Portlandand RedHen, the leading native Drupal CRM.
First day of DrupalCon Portland, to honor Aaron Winborn.
RedHen version 7.x-1.2.
As the technology conference season ramps up, these are foremost on our radar.
ThinkShout is very proud to announce that Brett Meyer has joined our team.
Everything I always knew must be doable with Drupal isn't just possible, it's in process.
What's next for Mandrill.
Time to circle up in the office and bust out an open source sprint.
The domain of developers is naturally fraught with some of the most obtuse configuration oddities.
Common & problematic misunderstanding about whether problems are related to Process or Technology.
The Drupal Salesforce Suite has been around since Drupal 5, having undergone many transformations in trying to keep pace with both Drupal and Salesforce API changes. The result is a feature set as impressive as it is ambitious, although the incremental updates and additions have come at a cost of significant technical debt, inconsistent API usage, a monolithic architecture, and fragility.
I just got back from a fabulous weekend at BADCamp...
A line up that will suit the interests of pretty much every community member in attendance.
The ThinkShout team will be at the Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit if anyone wants to connect.
Deploying a tightly integrated consituent relationship management (CRM) system.
Betsy Ensley has joined our team as our new Director of Professional Services.
RedHen CRM is a native CRM solution for Drupal 7.
Measuring the interactions between site visitors and your website.
See how the framework could be leveraged to build an association management system (AMS).
ThinkShout is proud to announce the Alpha release of RedHen CRM.
Allow site admins to create their own dynamically-filtered listings of node content in a block.
Writing my own module to release to the Drupal community.
A long list of improvements and new features
The 2013 DrupalCon will be held in our very own Portland, OR.
The first ever Drupal Day for Nonprofit IT Professionals event at NTC.
Last year we began work on an entity-based alternative to Signup.
A responsive theme for ThinkShout's redesign.
Implementing truly gorgeous online maps still requires some custom code and technical know-how.
Alas, the "we should blog about that" queue is getting pretty heavy here at the office.
ThinkShout is proud to support this year's Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit as a "Silver" sponsor.
One of the first projects I am working on here at ThinkShout requires full-text search of file attachments.
Mapping has become a significant component of many of ThinkShout's projects over the last couple years.
The Footer Message Module as a Case Study
A major milestone for integration between MailChimp and Drupal.
Tools to manage features, bugs, tasks, and communicate with your clients
The only way to make sure that installation profiles are built correctly is to build them up from scratch.
The increased discussion of Drupal engineering certifications concerns me.
We literally just tagged our first 0.1 release of Watershed Now! on GitHub this morning.
Cut down on Drupal admin interface clutter, and help out Drupal content editors.