Easy Image Galleries with Gallery Assist

Getting your images into Drupal and onto your site can be trying to say the least. Drupal doesn't come with default image handling out of the box like other CMS's. However, there are many different options for adding your own images.

This is where prior planning of your site can make a huge difference. This post isn't going to include instructions about how to add images to posts or to your site. I will instead focus on creating image galleries using the Gallery Assist Module.

You Don't Need Facebook

Your business can benefit from a web presence certainly. Just about any type of business can reach new customers, retain existing customers, and keep in touch with other professionals through the new social features of web. Sites like facebook and myspace exist to make money. Your money Most people click through the privacy and terms of these sites without reading them thouroughly. The danger of this is that you are essentially giving away all of your information. You see, sites like Facebook, Myspace, and Linkedin have large data-centers and a huge electricity bill.

Radarearth completes

A politically oriented site built using the powerful Drupal CMS. Radarearth created the custom logo and background and implemented a user blog, along with other social features. A calendar of events and search function made the site cohesive and helps to keep activists organized. "The Editor" can add his or her own images and blog entries. Mollom was implemented to combat spam which utilizes captcha. Users can register and then post comments in the topical forums. Raretruth launched in May of 2010 with the goal of motivating people towards taking an active role in the political process.


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