Disable Messages is a module that lets you specify message visibility settings for different roles or paths, eliminating confusing or unsightly error messages for users that don’t need to see them. For example: “Anonymous” and “authenticated” users can see “status” and “warning” message, but only users with “admin” and “dev” roles can see “error” messages.
Responsive videos seem to be an after-thought for many websites. While text and images are easy to resize to mobile and tablet screens, videos have always required extra work. Even popular video sharing sites like Youtube.com still don’t have an easy “responsive” option and require specifying a video dimension for embedding. Luckily, the 3.2+ […]
Did you know Chrome has a built in mobile device emulator? You can resize the browser window to popular devices like the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note, and Google’s own line of Nexus devices. How to Activate the Mobile Device Emulator 1. Open developer tools – Ctrl+Shift+I (PC) or Cmd+Shift+I (Mac), […]
Drupal Bootstrap theme does not support IE8 by default. IE8 does not understand HTML5-specific markup and CSS3 media queries. Without support for HTML5 and media queries, you will only see the “mobile” view when you load a Bootstrap theme in IE8. You’ll need to add support for these two features yourself. If you need to […]
An updated guide is available! See Drupal Bootstrap 3.4 Instructions Bootstrap is our favorite starter theme for Drupal 7. However, the documentation is a little out of date and incomplete for Bootstrap 3.1.x and newer. The template files are also in an unusual place, making getting started with the subtheme trickier than it needs to be. […]
The latest version of Bootstrap 3.x has some great UI features out of the box, but you’ll have to customize it to really make it your own. You can override the Bootstrap CSS with your own, but it’s so much easier to make small edits to the source LESS files and then compile them into […]
Bootstrap 3.0 and newer no longer supports multiple tier dropdowns for navigation bars. This snippet of jquery prevents Bootstrap from toggling the “open” classes when you go past the first dropdown. No additional CSS or markup required! /** * NAME: Bootstrap 3 Triple Nested Sub-Menus * This script will active Triple level multi drop-down menus in Bootstrap […]
Drupal Bootstrap replaces instances of input type=”submit” into buttons by default. This occasionally breaks other module functionality such as hierarchical select module. Rather than hack the bootstrap module we can declare our own theme_button() call in template.php which would override bootstrap’s bootstrap_button() modification. Enter this in your subtheme’s template.php file and update “YOURTHEME” to your […]