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Adding bundles to your xml sitemap the easy way

Adding bundles to your xml sitemap the easy way
If you have ever had to configure the Drupal xmlsitemap module for a site with lots of content types, vocabularies or any other entity types you know how frustrating and tedious it is having to edit each one of these bundle through it's own edit page to have it included in the sitemap. Having recently had about 10 sites who's sitemap settings had all been neglected and with each site having over 20 content types and other bundles that were supposed to have been added to the sitemaps I decided to make a module so I can do this all from a single page with a single form. There is no option to set the priority of each bundle on the form as this was not my concern and this is not being

Google you have failed

Google you have failed
In case you hadn't noticed Google Suck at the main thing they claim to do well, not email, search results. Over the years Google have been trying to make their search results more user focused and relevant to what they assume you mean when you type in to their search box. The reality however is that although you probably know what you are looking for when you type in to Google or any other search provider Google makes the assumption that you are probably stupid and haven't got a clue what you are doing, nor would you be interested in anything that is not sourced from social media, a shop or some other branded entity. Many years ago I used to make a good living by making web sites that sold c

Developer at Turner Broadcasting

Developer at Turner Broadcasting
Having been with Turner Broadcasting Solutions since June 2014 I am pleased to have been offered my 3rd contract extension to continue managing the PHP side of their business. I am currently off the market now for new contracts until October 2015 while I work on both existing products and new developments with the Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Cartoonito, TNT, TCM and CNN partners websites for Turner. Skills used: Agile, Apache, APIs, AWS, BDD, CD, CI, Confluence, Context, Crucible, CSS,

Drupal Developer Lead at Wonga.com

Drupal Developer Lead at Wonga.com
August 2012 - March 2014 My role at the London Wonga office was varied, my main responsibilities were as lead Drupal developer on the projects I worked on, estimating, planning, developing, testing and reviewing as well as being website representative for quarterly and sprint planning. As part of a large agile team of mainly C# developers, product owners and business stakeholders, I was the lead Drupal developer for a new point of sale product called PayLater as well preparing a Drupal website to replace the old .NET wonga.com site and adapting this wonga.com Drupal site to provide the new features as required including the Instalment Loan product they will be offering shortly as a direct re

Tom Gould: Contract Drupal Developer

سوق الاسهم التداولي I have leadership, planning and estimation experience as well as advanced PHP programming skills especially with regards to providing elegant Drupal solutions for any given project.

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التداول السعودي اليوم Having worked in many positions both in large teams and in smaller operations I am happy, confident and productive in almost any situation and always aim to provide the most efficient possible solution to any given problem whether that be through custom development or the correct usage of contributed modules, open source projects and third party services.

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