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My php.ini File(s)

A month or so ago my hosting provider (which I a very satisfied with, I might add) changed the way the servers handled php.ini files. Basically, the previous method was this: each different install or domain had its own, otherwise it took the site default. The change is that now all sites use the same default php.ini file. It took a little while to find this out, but the support staff was very helpful and pointed me in the right direction. I just had to use cPanel to generate a new php.ini file, then modify it for my needs.

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Drupal 7 First Impressions

Call me old fashioned, but I like the way Drupal 6 works. One of the main complaints about Drupal was that there was no dedicated admin section, as there is in Joomla or Wordpress. (I'm assuming for Wordpress, as I haven't used it for more than a few hours). This was overcome with modules, separate admin themes, etc. for those who wanted it. However, I'm not sold. The admin section was under the navigation section, easy to see, easy to read. It was split up into sections, with those sections grouping similar items. It works.

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