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Mario
We finally made it to the last part of this series where we get to put all the pieces together and integrate our Card component with Drupal. If you...
Mario
Welcome to Part 2 of my Integrating Components with Drupal Series. If you are following along, in our first part of this series we built the...
Integrating Components with Drupal 8
Mario
By now you may have noticed that building websites using components is the latest trend in web development. There are lots of resources out there...
A Pro Tip from Mediacurrent
Mario
While working on recent Drupal projects, I learned that Internet 10 and 11 (IE10-11) no longer support IE conditional comments. Conditional comments...
Responsive Images in D8
Mario
A few months ago I wrote about how combining the picture element module with the breakpoints module can help you manage images in a responsive Drupal 7 website more efficiently. As a follow up, I wanted to write about how Responsive Images has evolved within the Drupal ecosystem. This time however, the focus will be on Drupal 8— though most of what I will cover also applies to Drupal 7 with some minor differences.
Distributed Drupal Agency
Mario
Having always worked at an office for all of my professional career, I was concerned about the impact it would have on my productivity, focus and...
Writing Custom Markup in Views
Mario
By now you may have noticed a pattern in what’s important to me as a Front-end Developer - good markup. My previous two blog posts focus on the...
Cleaner Markup with Drupal Views
Mario
Good markup matters. As a front-end developer, I interact with Drupal’s markup on a daily basis and I experience first-hand the benefits of good markup and the frustration of poor markup. A lot of the content on a Drupal website is produced by views. Whether they are out of the box or custom views, they are powerful and present us with great opportunities to manipulate the content and markup. Today I will walk you through a simple example on producing cleaner and semantic markup using views.
Image captioning in WYSIWYG
Mario
If you’ve been doing web design and development for a while you may remember the days when creating website layouts involved tables or browser...

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