Overview Email services don’t trust emails spoofed emails from yahoo.com. Send it from your own domain instead and add a reply-to header in your notification email. The Problem In the last year, we’ve been getting a lot of reports from our customers that they’re not getting any leads from their website from @yahoo.com or @aol.com […]
The designers at MJE Marketing of San Diego reached out to us with a unique challenge. They had a design approved for the Thomas Jefferson School of Law website (http://www.tjsl.edu) but no way of implementing it and a deadline looming. Every developer they approached wouldn’t take on the job, citing the amount of pages, custom […]
In early 2015 Gaslamp Media teamed up with Steer Davies Gleave (SDG) to provide a completely new website solution for San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (SDMTS). The site had four general requirements: Responsive Design Integration of routing services provided by SDG Powerful and easy to use CMS Retain existing URLs and legacy content The Platform […]
We specialize primarily in WordPress and Drupal sites. Often we find ourselves converting sites from one platform to another. For example, Drupal excels with handling user accounts and granular permissions, whereas WordPress offers a much simpler admin interface and writing experience. The following is a table of common site features and their Drupal and WordPress […]
Pathologic is a handy little module that performs one simple, but very important, function – fix broken links due to a change in URL structure. If you’ve ever moved your Drupal site from one environment to another, like going from your development server to production, or moved a site from a domain name to a folder, you’re […]
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+ […]