Yogi Berra quote homage aside, the biggest recent revelation I’ve had in doing responsive web design projects is how much content strategy plays a part.
Anyone who used Drupal 6 at scale knew that Pressflow 6 was pretty great. It forked Drupal and added several performance enhancements, including the ability to use external caches. Since Drupal 7 incorporated lots of the Pressflow 6 features, what's the deal with Pressflow 7?
As the international community celebrates World Food Day today, I find myself fortunate to have the rare chance to reflect on the tangible impact our clients are having on a daily basis.
Ok fine, I'm not a Texan.But if you, like me, have ever needed a Drupal View's contextual filters to be combined with an "or" operator, you have probably been vexed.
Callbacks! Every fancy jQuery plugin has them and they are almost always specified along with all the other parameters when the plugin is initialized.
You may have heard this before - Drupal has a reputation for low grades in the usability department. That’s been a knock against Drupal since the beginning. There are probably hundreds if not thousands of blog posts comparing Drupal to, say, Wordpress, when it comes to ease of use.
Mobile is the future of the web.As more devices are built at consumer-friendly price points, more of your site visitors will come from what we currently consider "mobile devices" (perhaps soon to be just "devices?") From iPads to Android tablets, the Kindle Fire to smartphones of every size and sha
There are 2 kinds of people in this world: people who use the Migrate module to migrate content into a new Drupal site, and wrong people. This post assumes a basic familiarity with the module. The Migrate module is written in object-oriented PHP.
MAMP on OS X is a great way to quickly get started on Apache/MySQL/PHP development locally on a Mac. Unfortunately, I've found th