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If you've submitted a project for consideration in a Drupal.org project
application or issue queue, you may have received a review that looks something
like this, a seemigly-endless stream of errors relating to
Neither $search_form nor $search_box is available in Zen or, likely, any other themes in Drupal 7. Instead, there's a block.
If you need to print the search box in page.tpl.php, you'll need to render the block and then print it like so:
OS X Lion comes with most of the tools you would need to do "MAMP" (Mac OS X, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP) development, as outlined in my previous
I work on a lot of legacy sites that were built without the Context module, and I would say that at least once on each of these legacy sites, I turn t
OS X Lion ships with Apache and PHP, which both require a little bit of tweaking to get fully-functional for "MAMP" local development. The one thing Lion does not ship with is a database.