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Andrew M Riley
Re-Learning Accessibility for a Decoupled Front End
Recently I was lucky enough to catch a workshop by Brian Sinclair entitled 'Accessibility: The Basics and Beyond'. The workshop was part of the...
Converting a Drupal 7 Site from Straight Css to Use Node.sass
Or, just adding this setup to your current theme, even if it is Ruby... Recently I inherited a css-only Drupal 7 project. I thought I would document...
Pixel 'Perfection' Front-End Development
What is 'pixel perfect'? Pixel perfection is when the finished coded page and the design file are next to each other, you can not tell them apart. To...
Adding Custom Styles and Classes to Your WYSIWYG
More and more these days, we need to add custom styles to content that the user enters. This can be a challenge for front end developers as we don't...
Adding Your Own Icon Fonts to Your Drupal Theme
Icon fonts are a flexible solution for adding icons to your website. Having the icon contained in the font allows you to switch size and scale, color...
Techniques for Successfully Co-Theming with Others (Theme Team, Go!)
On larger projects it is likely that you be working with at least one other person on front-end tasks. This can be a great learning experience and be...
Preparing Presentations for a Drupal Meetup
When preparing to present to your local drupal group , a drupalcon , or code group, the first decision to make is to decide what you want to talk...