Changing Blocks based on Visitor's Country using GeoIP and Drupal

This site gets traffic from all over the globe, and sometimes I want to present different blocks to different users based on where they're located. For example, I might want to feature content about internationalization to visitors from Europe. In my case, visitors from Kenya sometimes find this site when they are looking for Davetech Group Kenya, a local computer retailer. My goal was to make a block appear on each page when the visitor is located in Kenya, directing them to the Davetech Group website. Here's how I did it:

Improve your PageRank: Basic SEO with Drupal

There are lots of articles out there about how to make your site more SEO-friendly, but few of these address Drupal sites specifically. Fortunately, there are a number of easy changes you can make to your existing Drupal site more appealing to search engines! Follow these six simple steps and you should see an increased number of visitors, using the same content you currently have published.

Disable 'Preview Required' for Comments in Drupal 6

By default, Drupal is configured to force anonymous users to preview their comments before posting them. To enable users to post without previewing their comment, you might think you'd access:

Administer > Content Management > Content Settings > Post Settings

Not anymore!

In Drupal 6, the comment preview settings are tied to each content type. Visit:

Administer > Content Management > Content Types at admin/content/types


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