Here's two very interesting takeaways I got from the IndieHackers Podcast with David Smooke of Hacker Noon.
Mark Conroy | Frontend Web Developer
I'm always amazed at the wild abandon with which people park in Portumna, Co. Galway. Here's a little collection of some of my favourites.
Mission: you have 2 fields in a Drupal paragraph bundle, one a node reference field and one a boolean field. Show certain fields in the referenced node depending on the value of the boolean field.
Ever gotten this error: User error: “attributes” is an invalid render array key? Here's what I do to get around it. If you've a better solution, let me know.
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.