Sliders, those big ugly ad-like things on the top of most homepages, are, for the most part, hiding your most important information.
Who's responsibility is it to know about the site's information hierarchy? The designer's? The developer's? I believe everyone's.
Implementing designs is tricky at the best of times. But you, as a designer, can make life easier.
Some thoughts on the great purge that happens every now and then, also known as "I'm removing anyone who hasn't commented on my Facebook posts recently".
Here's a small piece of CSS - simple, but posting here for posterity - to add a different style to a hovered/focussed link's ::after pseudo element.
After two years of planning, discussing, and (eventually) coding, the "Out of the Box" initiative has just been committed to Drupal Core.
Let's get to grips with having a text with image paragraph bundle set up with PatternLab, including having options for left/right for the image/text.
I was an early adopter of Atom, starting sometime in 2014 when Atom was still in Beta. Here's a short list of my currently installed packages.
This is the first post in a series about how to integrate Drupal with PatternLab. In this first blog post, we'll look at a simple text paragraph bundle, which just has one field: text (formatted, long).
Metatag cannot directly extract an image url from a media field referenced by another entity.