How to find your Drupal version number

Once you install the Drupal program onto your hosting account, you may forget which version you have installed over time. This information can be important as certain aspects of the program, modules, etc may be dependent on the version or even sub-version number. This article explains how to locate your Drupal version number quickly and Read More >

312: How to flush your error logs in Drupal 7

When working in Drupal 7, error messages collect in error logs. You may want to clear out, or flush, these logs from time to time. Follow the instructions below to learn how to flush your error logs in the Drupal admin interface. Flushing error logs in Drupal 7 Log into your Drupal 7 Admin panel. Read More >

311: Fixing the “An unrecoverable error occurred” error in Drupal

When installing a New Drupal installation or upgrading your Drupal you may experience the following error. “An unrecoverable error occurred. The uploaded file likely exceeded the maximum file size (32 MB) that this server supports.” What causes this error? There are several reasons this error may be thrown. There may be an issue with the Read More >

309: How to find your Drupal 7 database name

When you install Drupal 7 using the Softaculous installer tool, settings such as the database name are automatically generated for your installation. Although the database name is listed on the installation information page, most people do not keep track of it. Later on, when performing specific maintenance, troubleshooting, or needing to change something that the Read More >

308: Making a duplicate Drupal test site

When administering a Drupal site, it’s a good idea to make a duplicate site for testing purposes. This allows the administrator to make large changes to the web site while the existing site is still running. This article will teach how to make a duplicate Drupal site for testing. Steps to make a duplicate Drupal Read More >

310: Setting up a Google analytics module for Drupal 7

Tracking different statistics about your site and visitors can help you with improving your site. This data can help you determine popularity of different pages, whether certain campaigns are bringing in traffic, the best locations for your customers, and much more. Drupal has a module available for you to install and configure so you can Read More >