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WYSIWYG ImageField is my latest Drupal module, a module designed to help bridge the gap between WYSIWYG based inline image management and the power of The CCK based ImageField module.

Custom Formatters is just past three months now and I'm pleased to announce not one, but two new releases; 1.4 is now out of beta and 1.5 is now in beta.

One thing I've been meaning to do for a long time is re-design my blog or migrate it over to my portfolio site (, because I really dislike this des

I'm happy to announce that Custom Formatters 1.3 is now available for download.

The primary changes this time around are:

When I first released the Custom Formatters module I was sure I had made the task of creating a CCK Formatter easy, but instead I had only made it easier.

I just can't help myself, whenever I get an idea for a Drupal module stuck in my head, especially one that makes so much sense, I just have to write it.

Being notorious for my constant development builds with stable releases few and far between, and with so many ideas to play with, I decided that the best course of action would be to put Drag'n'Drop Uploads into a beta cycle.

I've been hard at work over the last week trying to get support for the WYSIWYG module into the Drag'n'Drop Uploads module, and have done exactly that.

As mentioned the other day (Module updates galore), I have recently released my Drag'n'Drop Uploads module, allowing users to Drag files from their local

While things have been pretty crazy the last few months (and don't look to be getting any less crazy any time soon), I have had a chance to spend some time on a few of my Drupal modules over the last week or two, so I thought it would be prudent t