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Local .htaccess environment conditionals, HTTPS... Drupal Web Development Platform Development denise 01 Sep 2015 Adapted from a post by the Nerdary that basically deals with the problem of having .htaccess files that are different on your local and other environments. This example deals with the headache of https and not wanting your local environment to automatically redirect to HTTPS. I am only posting the…

Web Development,

UX & Web Design

Testing in Internet Explorer without...

Internet Explorer. The bane of most web developers' lives. How often have we built a site and looked back content with our efforts, only to have that satisfaction whipped away when opening Internet Explorer? We'll leave aside the fact that Internet Explorer is actually a pretty good browser these days…

08 Jul 2015 Testing in Internet Explorer without...
The Front End of the... Drupal Web Development george 10 Jun 2015 As part of the front end team, I was quite excited to be introduced into the project on the sites for FCA. We knew the sites would all be running on the same Drupal pre base using several modules to ensure smooth operation with different domains. What we needed to…

Drupal,

Web Development

Handling the Gruntwork of Frontend...

Introduction With frontend development getting more and more complex every day, there are more and more steps we as frontend devs need to go through in order to get the job done. Of course there is still something to be said for crafting your HTML / CSS, but this isn't…

24 Oct 2014 Handling the Gruntwork of Frontend...

Web Development

Why Use HTML5?

Update 27/01/11: HTML5 is now really just HTML. But for those who like buzz words we'll call it HTML5. So read on about why you can use the evolving version of HTML, I mean HTML5. Firstly, lets look at the past to see where we have come from. About 6…

27 Jan 2011 Why Use HTML5?