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 However, the documentation is a little out of date and incomplete for Bootstrap 3.1.x and newer.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. […]
Project files move around several times during the development process. A standard cycle includes: Development environment – usually someone’s laptop/desktop or a private area of a web server Staging environment – usually on the web but password protected or not indexed by search engines Production/Live environment – this is ultimately where the website resides, usually […]
I love using the Roots theme as a starting point for many of our custom themes we do for our clients. It’s responsive, lightweight, and comes with Bootstrap built in. However, it can be a bit difficult to get started for WordPress beginners (and even experienced themers alike) due to it own system of templates […]
The Underscores WordPress Theme (aka “_s”) is a great starter theme for anyone know who knows their way around markup and CSS. However, it doesn’t come with our favorite layout tool, the 960 grid system. This tutorial shows you how to add 960gs to your WordPress theme in just a few minutes. This is not […]
Drush is one of my favorites tools for Drupal. It’s a huge time saver being able to type in a command instead of having to manually download modules, extracting them, and enabling them through the Drupal admin interface. Using drush requires you to have SSH access to your server. Run the following commands from anywhere […]
Screen shots, also known as screen grabs or screen captures, are extremely useful for letting other people see exactly what you see on your monitor. It’s a powerful tool to diagnose browser or computer specific errors. Combined with annotations, screen shots are a great tool for tutorials and documentation. In this guide, we’ll show you […]
I found this great little website that tells you just that. http://www.thismachine.info This is extremely handy in diagnosing browser or operating system issues while developing websites.