It takes some forethought, but a well-organized theme means code that is modular and easy to maintain or pass off to another developer. SMACSS principles are becoming more and more widespread and can be applied to a Drupal theme. At Savas we've picked out what we love from SMACSS and simplified the rest, creating a stylesheet organization method that works for us. In this post (part 2 of my three-part series on Drupal theming with Sass) I'll go through our version of SMACSS and link to real examples.
I've spent most of this summer working on the Drupal module called Security Review. My project was porting it to Drupal 8 as part of Google Summer of Code 2015. I'm happy to say that the requirements have been met long before the end of the programme, so there was no rush at the end of the coding period.
I happened to attend the DrupalCamp London 2015 held between 27th February to 1st March and was honoured to be invited for presenting a session during CXO Day.
The event was a huge success with around 500 attendees and a plethora of engaging sessions and workshops. The venue was quite brilliant from its modern facilities and central location perspective at City University London in Northampton Square. As in previous years, City University hosted DrupalCamp London, its location is quite apt for such a community focused event. Sessions took place in various breakout rooms while the auditorium Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre remained reserved for keynote and other larger gathering sessions.
Global Training Days last weekend was a great success. There were 33 hosts from 21 countries who stepped up to introduce new people to Drupal in both half and full day sessions.
As it says on the t-shirt, I’M NOT HIM.
Okay, I know I look a lot like Howard Stern.
And yes, I spent a pleasant hour chatting with him and Robin on his show that one time. (The video is somewhere on YouTube, but don’t ask.)
And yes, I auditioned for America’s Got Talent. (Three thumbs-up votes, one thumbs-down.)
And okay, yes, I’ve obligingly posed for thousands of selfies with Stern-fans.
But I’M NOT HIM! I’m not leading a double-life as Drupal Watchdog editor and the King of All Media.
Yes, but what if...?