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Preventing Spam in Drupal

User Experience
Drupal
Client Resources
This article will summarize and compare some available Drupal spam prevention methods and discuss how to choose which method(s) to use for your particular situation.

Previewing User-Selected CSS While Editing

Front-end Development
User Experience
Drupal
When editors can make stylistic selections that affect how content is presented, WYSIWYG often isn't actually WYSIWYG. How can we help fix this?

An Introduction to HTTP Security Headers in Drupal

Drupal
Utilizing HTTP security headers is a low-effort and quick to implement method of increasing your Drupal site’s security. There are, with a few caveats, almost no downsides to using them.

Standard Drupal Render Array Properties

Front-end Development
Drupal
Drupal render array elements share a common set of supported properties. Here we'll look at the most significant ones.

Creating your own tokens in a Drupal module

Back-end Development
Drupal
Your module has some great ways to manipulate and visualize data. With custom tokens, you can easily expose that data to the users who need it.

Using tokens in custom module code

Back-end Development
Drupal
When writing a module, you want to empower your users. Embracing the Drupal token system is a great step down this path. Let's check out how to set it up.

Drupal Token Substitution

Front-end Development
Back-end Development
Drupal
Tokens are used throughout the Drupal core, but you may not have stopped to think much about them. Let's unpack this powerful feature together.

Four ways to add third-party Javascript libraries to Drupal

Front-end Development
Drupal
There is an entire ecosystem of third-party Javascript libraries at one's disposal when writing a Drupal frontend. In this article, we'll explore four possible ways to do this, starting with the least optimal and moving toward the best.