As part of an assignment in a Drupal course that I'm giving a UBC this fall, I asked the students to develop a small module that would create a block and output how many days there were until Christmas. This is a relatively simple task as it involves two Drupal hooks and a little bit of date manipulation.
It's no secret that we love Zurb's Foundation here at Raised Eyebrow and version 3 has brought with it all kinds of amazing goodies that make theming and prototyping a breeze.
Theme regions in Drupal are normally output in the Page template (page.tpl.php) in a format similar to this:
Have you ever wanted to add a separator like a comma ',' between the output of taxonomy terms?
When you output a list of terms in a view on Drupal you get something like this:
Topics: Drupal WordPress Development Design Process
We recently launched a Drupal distro called DataPublic. I mentioned in the announcement blog post that it was probably the largest codebase we had worked on at Raised Eyebrow, and that's accurate. The number of custom modules, contrib modules and themes used was definitely up there with some of the largest sites we've built for clients.
We've gone to great lengths over the past few years to create a smooth workflow for allowing clients to insert video on their Drupal sites. We're currently working on a Drupal distribution which needs a really straightforward way for embedding video, one that can be achieved by any type of user.
When we first meet with clients we give them two options for video: