Issue 18 January 19, 2012
Looks like the big ramp-up to Drupalcon Denver has begun. On to the links.
February 11th & 12th at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.
We've all seen vicious attacks on the Internet before but John Albin Wilkins shares an example from the WordPress community that should remind us not to become too cocky.
Fredrik Jonsson shows us how he created a responsive and mobile first Zen sub-theme for his site.
Evan Barter of Fuse Interactive shares some great Drupal performance tips.
Larry Garfield gives us a rundown of how a few other PHP projects are organizing their code bases.
In part two of Sampo's series of posts about the Color module we get deeper into what can be accomplished. It gets pretty crazy so hold on tight.
The Pantheon crew shares their approach to hosting infrastructures with DROPs (Drupal Runtime Optimized Processes), a design inspired by Heroku and Google App Engine.
Anton Sidashin of Pixeljets shares how he used Dialog API module to provide dialog boxes to edit user profiles.
Jeff Eaton shows us how Bundle Copy makes it easy to export you Content types in Drupal 7.
This week Chris Ruppel (rupl) announced the 7.x-2.0 release of the Modernizr module. Seriously, Modernizer is freaking awesome. Basically it let's you use HTML5 and CSS3 stuff with feature detection so you can setup fallbacks for older browsers.
Need a Mega Menus? Check out the Menu Views module.
Chris Shattuck of BuildaModule.com is heading up the Site Building and More training at DrupalCon Denver. I really like Chris's mentoring approach to training. If you are headed to Drupalcon maybe you should check it out along with the other training events.
Great DrupalCon info and tips about preparing for the Denver climate in this epi of the DrupalEasy Podcast.
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