Responsive themes let us build one design that looks and behaves correctly on all devices. We can reorganize content, hide or show things, and change how things work based on the size of the screen.
Share bar is a responsive sticky social media bar that provides a number of different social media "badges." Badges can be turned on and off as well as reordered. Share bar is placed on your Drupal site as a block. When the screen is wide enough to display the bar it floats in a fixed position. When the screen is too narrow to display share bar it will revert to a static position in the block it was originally placed in.
Because Share Bar sticks to an element rather than to a static position on the page. This means it's compatible with fluid or responsive themes like Omega.
I found the third day the most useful. With sessions on things like performance, deployment, and mobile development the topics really helped round out what I knew of Drupal and how to leverage it properly for big clients.
A lot like yesterday I came away with a good mix of feelings about the day's events. Ultimately the sessions definitely took a turn for the better.
As I mentioned in my previous post, this is my first conference or formal training of any type since graduating college. I came here with some very high expectations. The free Lullabot videos are all excellent and Lullabot seems to be a quality "brand" when it comes to Drupal training.
I'm here at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott the night before the Lullabot "Do it with Drupal" conference. This is my first conference and first formal training of any type since graduating from SUNY Albany in 2008. It's late, but it seems to be a friendly vibe among hotel guests.
I seem to have a knack for taking unpopular positions. Part of me likes to believe it’s because I see the world differently than most people, part of my uncanny ability to see through the facade of mob group think and break things down logically.
Drupal caches many aspects of your website's information to keep it running fast. Sometimes for various reasons you need to clear the cache, especially while creating themes or modules. This article describes some of the various things Drupal caches and how to clear them.
Drupal 7 and its predecessors are great for SEO, but out of the box certain SEO aspects can be lacking. A vanilla install of Drupal will not automate path names, and to some surprise meta tags are not a part of the Drupal Core.
With the resources in this article you should be able to create a remote Git repository, track a Drupal installation, deploy multi sites quickly, work more collaboratively, and keep better backups. Git is a command line utility to manage code repositories.