I recently watched a talk given by Kyle Simpson at the HTML5.tx conference on February 2nd, 2013: Browser Versions Are Dead. It’s a little less than an hour long, but I think well worth the time. Basically, he explains why developers need to quit blaming browsers for their problems. An idea that I completely agree … Read article
Tired of those overly priced simple scripts on sites like CodeCanyon? Me too! I can understand why others that aren’t developers spend money on them, but if you’re a dev purchasing scripts like Social Traffic Pop or Facebook Traffic Pop, you’re throwing your money away. To help stay true to the open-source philosophy, here’s an … Read article
An often overlooked part of development are CSS print stylesheets. Printing pages directly from the browser can lead to frustration. Done right — you can have an optimized page that uses a minimum amount of ink and paper and ensures that everything is easy to read.
I recently received a message from a local Austin computer technician, Sergio Garcia. His question is a common one among business owners looking for a quick and easy solution to setup and mange their new sites, which is better, WordPress or Drupal. Hey I just have a quick question, I fix computers in the South … Read article
Need to override something in Drupal? Welcome to Drupal preprocess and process functions — your variable override headquarters. Here’s a simple explanation of what they are and how to use them.