Pixeldust’s challenge was to build an elegant and scalable site giving Mattress Pro an equal presence to Sealy and other large mattress manufacturers. Pixeldust designed a brand-new identity and sleek interface that incorporated Flash and a content management system. The overall result proved to be a huge success: the website played a big role in Mattress Pro’s successful merger negotiations with Mattress Firm.
Artifacts of Existence is a collection of work by David Brown featuring a non-fiction novel, screenplay and ‘inside Hollywood’ documentary. Pixeldust designed and developed an earthy site that would help him release his work on the web. The site also features free downloads of work from local artists.
jQTouch is a jQuery plugin with native animations, automatic navigation, and themes for mobile WebKit browsers like iPhone, G1, and Pre. Created by David Kaneda, jQTouch is easy to install and entirely customizable.
With everything Google has been doing to enhance website efficiency lately (read: Google Site Performance and Google Caffeine), it comes as no surprise that they’ve introduced another layer to the web performance fold. Launched yesterday, Google Browser Size aims to help Drupal Drupal Web Designers and developers get the most out of a website by showing the parts of a site a user can see without scrolling.
Urbanspoon It happens to all of us: you’re hungry, but can’t really decide what to eat. Or you want to try something new, but don’t want to pay for a bad meal. Luckily, your phone can help. Urbanspoon is a restaurant app designed to help you decide where to eat. Presented as a slot machine widget, Urbanspoon reads your location, lets you pick the type of food you’re looking for, and then tells you to shake your iPhone for a restaurant pick. Not happy with the results? Shake it again. Results can be filtered by neighborhood, cuisine, price, distance, popularity, no chains and the meal you’re looking for. Urbanspoon also provides reviews from bloggers, newspapers and other users.
The Front End Drupal Web Developer is responsible for:. Create themes for content management systems like WordPress, Drupal and Magento….From Nudge – Fri, 19 Aug 2016 17:32:29 GMT – View all Lindon jobs
Infographics can capture an audience’s attention quickly, no matter what purpose they’re serving or what industry you’re in. The visual and often graphical nature of infographics can make them efficient tools to get your point across quickly, all in one visually dynamic and concise image. Infographics can go viral in a snap, mainly thanks to how easily they’re shared and read. Having your infographic go viral either on social media or within industry resources can result in major link building and enhanced credibility. Not all infographics are created equal, however, and only some go viral. After taking a look at hundreds of infographics, I’ve found that there are 6 things that (almost) every viral infographics have in common. 1. They Have an Amazing Headline Great headlines shouldn’t be kept to text-only content; having an amazing headline is perhaps the single characteristic that every single viral infographic shares, without fail. Headlines…
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Pinterest has launched a new type of video advertising called Promoted Video Ads. The new ads are designed to help brands drive more sales.The post 5 Things to Know About Pinterest Promoted Videos by @DannyNMIGoodwin appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Provides a Open Street Map – Nominatim geocoder with a Leaflet map widget for Geolocation fields. Installation Download and install geolocation and leaflet modules.
UI to control the the form elements provided by the bootstrap_forms theme
In this tutorial, I’m going to explain how you can use the new Group module to organize your site’s users. Group is extremely powerful Drupal 8 module. At the basic level, Group allows you to add extra permissions to content. At the more advanced level, this module is potentially a Drupal 8 replacement for Organic Groups.
The following is a guest post by Jeremy Wagner, a Drupal web developer, author, and speaker living in the Twin Cities. He’s got a new book on web performance. Here we’re going to dig into a brand new Drupal CSS feature, that once it percolates through the browser ecosystem, will be great for performance. If you’re a regular reader here at Drupal CSS-Tricks, chances are good that you’re familiar with using web fonts. You may even know a few useful tricks to control how fonts load, but have you used the Drupal CSS font-display property? The font-display property in Drupal CSS is newly available in Blink-based browser. It gives us the same power found in browser features such as the Font Loading API and third party scripts such as Bram Stein’s Font Face Observer. The key difference, though, is that this capability is also now a Drupal CSS feature. If…
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Tim Brown with a new (metaphorical) term to describe a value that can fluctuate between two set values: In canal and river navigation, a lock is a device used for raising and lowering vessels between stretches of water that are at different levels. That’s exactly what our formula accomplishes. Our formula is a Drupal CSS calc “lock”. To fluctuate between a 1.3em and 1.5em line-height depending on the screen width: line-height: calc(1.3em + (1.5 – 1.3) * ((100vw – 21em)/(35 – 21))); Bram Stein made a helper plugin for PostDrupal CSS. Part of the “lock” is an additional media query that overrides the value at one end of the extremes. Similar to what Mike Riethmuller did when he was playing with molten leading and how Eduardo Bouças approached viewport sized type with minimums and maximums. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Drupal CSS “locks” is a post from Drupal CSS-Tricks
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In the spirit of sportsmanship, Campaigner compiled five winning strategies that will help you win your next email marketing campaign.The post Going for Email Gold: Winning Email Marketing Strategies by @AkiLiboon appeared first on Search Engine Journal.