This article looks at Drupal's Organic Groups module configuration and access setting for a project management support scenario.
Traditional HTML website planning techniques fall short when used to plan a Drupal site. In an article comparing WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Plone, Idealware said "The flexibility of the [Drupal] system means it's important to think through the best way to accomplish what you want before diving in." Drupal Websites: A Planner's Guide is being developed to help you "think through" what you want and need before diving in with development decisions.
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There are many configuration and access options available in OG, how do you decide what you need?
The first observation you probably made when installing and configuring organic groups is the site level or “master” controls versus the node level or “gro
When I upgraded from D4.6 to D6.10, I noticed that secondary menus weren't showing up.
The video below is a YouTube video and is embedded using the Video_filter module.
If you haven't discovered the Flickr module yet, check it out. With a simple filter, you can add images to your site from Flickr.
Taking Organic Groups to the next level with notifications. Check out Setting up Groups Notifications on IDCM Innovations Groups site.
Learn how to install and configure Organic Groups. Check out Setting up Drupal Organic Groups on the IDCM Innovations Groups site.
Organic Groups (OG) includes several modules, one of which is Organic Groups Notifications (OGN).
There is a presentation online, Intro to Organic Groups, that has some useful information but the nature of the presentation might not be enough to help you