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OSTraining: Using Theme Developer and Firebug to Debug Drupal Themes

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

There are several tools that that makes designing for Drupal much, much easier.

In particular, we recommend the Theme developer module and also Firebug.

Many of you may know about Firebug already. It's a browser tool that allows you to inspect any CSS, HTML or JavaScript elements.

Think of Theme developer as a Drupal-specific version of Firebug. Using Theme developer you can click on any element of your Drupal site and get a breakdown of how it was built.

Sina Salek Official Site: Drupal Module: CSS JS Total Control is here to rescue the themers

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot

When we create themes in Drupal, there are great number of reoccurring tasks that we have to do like adding IE conditional comments, remove or replace some core or contributed modules CSS/JS files to prevent conflict with the theme, putting some JavaScript at the bottom of the page or even adding inline CSS or JS files. The module which i'm going to introduce, makes it possible to take care of all those tasks and even more with no special knowledge and no programming.

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Isovera Ideas & Insights: Does Your Drupal Site Pass the 2-3 Second Test?

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot
At Isovera, we like to build websites that people like to use. One of the best ways to enhance a user's experience is to give them what they are looking for fast! Site performance is often overlooked or relegated to the end of a project; but, it could be the most important factor in the success of your project.

Cheeky Monkey Media: Toolbar and Admin Menu Tweaks

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by drupalroot
Toolbar and Admin Menu Tweaks

Have you ever been working on a site, and had your QA department, or your client come back with issues because when logged in, the local tabs (view, edit, etc) distort the page layout? Or maybe there are a lot of pages that contain a lot of content, and it has become frustrating for site admins to have to scroll all the way back up to edit the page? Wouldn’t it be great to still have easy access to the local tabs and not have them add extra bulk to the page layout and content?

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