On nearly every site I have ever worked on there has been one or two settings that I wanted set differently on dev as compared to prod. Of course I could just set the settings locally, however every time I would bring the production database down those settings would be overridden. For example I always want to have the devel module enabled locallay to —ya know— help me devel, but I amost never want it enabled on production. To solve this problem I've written a simple Drush command called "environmnet." Here's how it works…
What do Google's Doubleclick for Publishers (aka DFP) and Drupal have in common? They each have a zillion different ways to set things up. Read on to see a walkthrough of how you might configure everything to get your display ads going using the DFP module.
Contextual links are a great new feature of Drupal 7. Basically, links are added to various elements of the page to make it easy for site editers to make changes to whatever content they currently see.