Issue 203 - August, 20th 2015
I wanted to highlight the work that the Documentation Working Group (DocWG) has been doing on Drupal.org in this week's issue. Documentation is so important to any software project and the team has been doing some great work. Check it out.
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Michelle Williamson explains and outlines the proper use of HTML properties for accessibility.
My friend Mario Hernandez shows us how to clean up your Views markup in this post on the Mediacurrent blog.
Dave Hansen-Lange walks use through the process from planning to prototyping to developing, theming, and QAing a decoupled Drupal site.
In the third installment of the series on Rest David Diers discusses using Entity Field Query to filter you API endpoints using the RESTful module.
DrupalNorth.org - Tales from the Trenches, Building the First Multilingual Conference Site in Drupal 8 Beta
As someone who appreciates a good commit message I highly recommend this guide.
Drupal 7 markup could be cleaner. This tutorial from Jim Birch is a great jumping off point if you are using Page manager or Panels.
Have you ever forgotten which instance your site you were on? I know, I'm probably the only person that has accidentally changed the production site thinking I was on my local instance... right? Environment Indicator helps you never make that mistake.
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