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View advanced visitor data in Statistics Advanced module

View advanced visitor data through a view. Follow the instructions below, or download and import stats_access_log.txt Download and import the view as described at http://drupal.org/node/398184 Edit the view Change path in the following displays as follows: Page: admin/reports/stats-view/main Page-Hostname: admin/reports/stats-view/hostname/% Page-PageTitle: admin/reports/stats-view/hostname/% For the Default display: Select Access log: Page title under Fields Check Output this field as a link and set Link path: admin/reports/stats-view/pagetitle/[title] Click Update Select Access log: Hostname under Fields Check Output this field as a link and set Link path: admin/reports/stats-view/pagetitle/[title] Click Update I want to ...
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Gushing over Drush

One of the best Drupal modules yet - Drush. Actually it's not a traditional module - it's a command line toolset. In other words, if you enjoyed UNIX, DOS, or BASIC (working without GUI), this is for you. If you have no idea what the above means, stop now. The video below shows installation of views, context, token, cck, and drush module manager. Final times: Manual Method: 2:38:75, Drush Method: 1:17:57. Multiply those savings by 20-30 modules and weekly updates. This will be the first tool I will have in ...
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Multisite Drush

The Drush enjoyment doesn't stop with single site installations. To ensure typo-free commands in multi-site environments, I have set up additional aliases in .bashrc. alias drush1='/home/account/drush/drush -l http://example1.com/' alias drush2='/home/account/drush/drush -l http://example2.com/' This allows for a command like drush1 status or drush1 update to quickly work on the first web site, while drush2 update automagically knows to only update modules on the second web site. Add aliases as desired!
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