Have you looked at the Sandbox Theme, but decided not to use it after all? Or perhaps never heard of it? Then maybe you should rethink your position. Dustin tells you why.
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So you’ve set up and designed an excellent Drupal site to your client, now to get them to not call you every 5 minutes and ask how to do stuff with it! Here are two simple client guides to share instead.
WYSIWYG editors can be a great help when moving a design to the web, or a big nuisance. Lucinda is looking at the pros and cons of WYSIWYG editors in this post.
This is the first part in a series of posts covering how to make a magazine-style homepage with Drupal, a popular publishing platform. In this tutorial, we’ll get it set up and ready.
Do you have a Gravatar associated with your email when commenting on blogs? And if you’re a publisher, do you enable Gravatars on your site? No? Here’s why you should be able to say yes to both these questions.
I’ve given the floor to Easton Ellsworth and Blog Action Day 2008. It’s an important cause – poverty – and if you’re a blogger, or just reading blogs for that matter, you can make a difference.
Blog software is often used to power more than just blogs, and it seems each new release of Movable Type brings more CMS-style features. Here, we take a look at the good, bad, and strange things you can expect when running an entire site with MT.
Blogs today have categories, and they have tags. The problem is, a lot of blogs have a whole bunch of categories, even more tags, and they’re all clashing with each other due to poor planning. So how could and should we use categories and tags?
Movable Type 4.2 is here! The new version promises better performance and a ton of new features. Find out what features are most exciting and what changes to look out for if you’re upgrading.
When Reddit goes offline, for one reason or another, they tell you in geeky humorous fashion. What makes a “site is offline” page good? Let’s discuss it!
WordPress is a powerful blogging platform, but it can be used as a traditional content management system as well. This article gives tips to what you should consider when building a website powered by WordPress, as well as some hints as to how you can handle various types of content.
The new version of Devlounge is here, sparkling new and smelling of plastic and still air, in a good way hopefully. While there is yet things to be done, this is you guide to the site, with visions, ideas, and plans for the coming week. Welcome to the new Devlounge!