SASS is a powerful tool in the modern developer’s toolkit. Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets, have been around, in some form or another, for over a decade. SASS can create easy-to-maintain, updatable, streamlined, and DRY CSS.
One of the most requested features on a website we receive is for a homepage slideshow. We get it - everyone has one. However, these slideshows are often one of the most ineffective ways to communicate information, and can greatly hinder your site’s overall impact.
Providing clear bug reports to developers helps them to quickly confirm, identify, and resolve issues you may be facing. The more information you provide the better! So the next time you encounter an issue or error message, be sure to provide this valuable information.
GIT is a free version control system leveraged by many software developers who use GIT commands to help automate their workflow. It has enabled the rapid development of modern open source software and if you're like me, you are always looking for ways to automate everything you do.
The Drupal to InDesign XML Importer supports online publishers looking to streamline their workflow by effortlessly cascading content exported from an InDesign file across all available mediums saving time and eliminating monotonous tasks of publishing new content to these sources individually.
The Drupal 8 Admin User Experience can be frustrating at best. Luckily, there are a few simple improvements we can (and should) do as developers to polish the Drupal 8 Admin User Experience, make content creation more efficient, and help rid Drupal of any negative admin UI reputation.
A Field Formatter provides an easy way to format fields in Drupal. Many come with Drupal core and are available for use after site installation. Some common Field Formatters include Plain Text, Label, Entity ID, and Rendered Entity to name a few.
There are many components that make up the physical infrastructure of a server environment or ‘cloud.’ In order for each piece of hardware to function properly in the environment, it is imperative that each device be able to successfully communicate with its counterparts.
The idea of web accessibility and inclusion is not a new one, and in fact many standards and practices were put into place during the dot com boom of the nineties, but have fallen by the wayside as many firms found the practices to be cumbersome and costly. Additionally, there was no true enforcement of the ruling standards, until now.
When I started learning about Drupal, I found it very hard to find resources that would help put Drupal in context with regards to the broader web and my own experience. Everything I found would assume a certain amount of knowledge and use a lot of acronyms. Here is a beginner’s guide to Drupal for people who know nothing about Drupal.