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MASS Design Group
Researching, building, and advocating for architecture that promotes justice and human dignity.
Display lists naturally with the In Other Words module for Drupal
It is common for a Drupal site to list multiple items. It could be several authors of a single article, the days that a recreation center is open, or the flavors an ice cream parlor serves. Clean, structured data is a strong point of Drupal, but the display of that structured content is limited. That is why Agaric, with support from DevCollaborative, made In Other Words, a Drupal module that gives site builders the power to configure precise and natural ways to display lists of items.
Did the Internet make you a criminal? How can it be proven?
Let's explore digital threats and solutions, including Internet Access, Big Data, and Surveillance Capitalism. Discover how the data collected by big tech can be used to incriminate you and learn practical tips to enhance online privacy. Explore ethical considerations and challenges posed by emerging technologies like AI and social media. Gain a deeper understanding of online privacy and learn to navigate the digital world confidently while protecting your personal information effectively.
Always run the desired PHP version when your hosting solution has multiple versions available
At Agaric, we perform a lot of Drupal upgrades. These very often involve transitioning away from older versions of PHP. Even when your hosting service provides multiple versions of PHP, you can still run into issues activating the appropriate one for each site: whether that's within the web server, at the command line, or via drush (or other tools). In this blog post, we'll be providing remedies for all of these cases. Most content applies to any PHP application.
How to filter a view by content that references the current node in modern Drupal
A basic step-by-step guide on configuring relationships and contextual filters in a Drupal view.
Web platforms we develop include the Find It program locator to help people find opportunities in their cities and online science and health communities.
Agaric is a worker-owned cooperative and the online tools we build respect your freedom and increase your power to do good. Our trainings range from one-on-one capacity building to day-long group workshops such as our sought-after Migration to Drupal trainings.