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How I can know if my Drupal is hacked?

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ballester | Thu, 05/02/2015 - 13:43

One of the first checks that I recommend is to use the Drupal module Hacked!. The module compares the source code of Drupal Core, themes and modules with the current code repository
If you have installed the Drupal module diff'll see line by line differences between the two source codes.
This is useful for detecting modules that have been modified by developers for example by applying a patch or by an intruder.

Keep reference fields in sync, bidirectional references in Drupal

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Manel | Wed, 16/07/2014 - 18:12
With Corresponding Entity References module is possible. We can handle bidirectional relationships, and that's very practical! 
For example: we can relate a product "iphone" an accessory "case" from any of the two nodes. This will improve the usability of managing your Drupal considerably.
We create reference fields on both sides, then simply create the relationship between the two fields in the module configuration. 
Now our fields are in sync and automatically updated.

How to build your Drupal 7 multilingual website (truly SEO friendly)

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ballester | Tue, 08/07/2014 - 19:59

Drupal 7 Core incorporated a series of modules designed to support multilingual websites but if you really want to build a Drupal 7 with multiple languages ​​and open our website to the world then we need to add some contributed modules and configure correctly.


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