Sending HTML Emails with Drupal 7, Webform, and Mandrill


by · July 18, 2014


Learn about the modules to install and configure to enable Drupal 7 to send HTML emails with Mandrill, a transactional email service. We’ll also show you how to change the default Webform email template to send submissions as HTML.


Envato: Future of WordPress


by · July 9, 2014


Natasha Postolovski over at the Envato blog has a thorough look at the future of WordPress.


June 2014 php[architect] Magazine Released – Under the Surface


by · June 23, 2014


The June issue is waiting for you! This month, we look at how PHP works under the surface.


Announcing php[world] – A New Conference


by · May 28, 2014


We are excited to bring you a brand new conference in the Washington, DC area.  Having run our php[tek] conference for many years now (and other conferences as well).  We felt it was time to start another one.  But this conference has a different mission behind it.  Our php[tek] conference is known as the definitive […]


May 2014 php[architect] Magazine Released – Making a Difference


by · May 19, 2014


Our May issue is now available. While it’s easy to focus on our own needs and tasks, in this issue, we look at how you Make a Difference and bank some karma too. Joe Devon introduces us to Global Accessibility Awareness Day and stresses the importance of building accessibility into our sites and apps. Erika […]


Read php[architect] via our iOS app.


by · May 13, 2014


Reading php[architect] magazine on your iPad or iPhone is now a whole lot easier with our iOS app. Now available in the App Store.


April 2014 php[architect] Magazine Released – Major Players


by · April 23, 2014


It’s spring, and (here in the U.S.) the Majors are starting up! In sports, we all have our favorites- the ones we love, and the ones we love to hate. In PHP, we have the similar players- Drupal, WordPress, and Yii Framework (to name a few). Love them or hate them, you can’t deny that […]


Security Update: Heartbleed Vulnerability


by · April 9, 2014


By now you have heard about the Heartbleed vulnerability that exists in recent versions of OpenSSL – the technology used to protect web and other network connections from prying eyes. You can read up on details of this vulnerability at We at php[architect] consider our customer’s security of utmost importance. We’ve verified our systems to […]


Just 6 weeks until php[tek] 2014


by · April 8, 2014


If you were sitting on the fence about buying your tickets to php[tek] 2014 … it’s time to act!  There are only six weeks left until php[tek] starts. So much will be happening that you won’t want to miss.  It’s going to be the biggest PHP experience of the year! 48 Sessions 6 Tutorials 2 […]


$1 Cabin Fever Sale & Book Price Drop!


by · April 3, 2014


All of us here at php[architect] have been cooped up too long – stuck inside dealing with wintery weather that never seems to end – and we’ve gone a little crazy! Therefore, this weekend only (from Friday through Monday inclusive), we are selling all digital back-issues of our magazine for only $1 each!  (Yes, you […]