A while back I threw together a proof of concept icon editor using Drupal 7 and an HTML5 canvas, and it was way too neat to not share with the rest of the world. More
The next major version of Drupal is in the works, and it’s shaping up to be one of the most substantial changes to date. With so many new features, there’s something for everyone to be excited about. More
Scald Media Management is a Drupal media management module that can replace Drupal’s default images and allows you to curate and reuse media as entities across your whole site. Scald is for more than just images though, you can use Scald to effectively manage videos (including YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion), audio, images, and Flash files out to the box. More
A common requirement when building forms in Drupal is the ability to group fields together. Drupal 7 offers tools out of the box, as well as some contributed modules, each with their own set of pros and cons depending on the end goal of the project. More
With Inline Entity Forms, page content can be segmented in a way that site admins can reference, reorder and display as they see fit. More
The Longkai Group is a large commercial real estate development firm from China, who had recently rebranded and wanted to create a new online presence. More
A while ago we published an article about using custom fields in Display Suite, which focused on what can be done using the DS custom fields interface. While those tools are indispensable, sometimes you may need a bit more control or logic in your fields. More
Now, the fun part. Let's get Google Authorship working with Drupal 7 and set it up to scale for multiple authors and pieces of content. More
Icon fonts have become an incredible tool for implementing an icon set on your website. They’re especially useful for keeping an icon's quality intact when displayed on different screen sizes and densities, not to mention the bonus of a single HTTP request to load the entire icon set instead of multiple separate images. More
Hundreds of colleges and universities around the world, including Harvard, Yale, Bentley, and the University of Colorado, use Drupal as their content management platform. Why? More

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