Posts about Development

October 28, 2014 by Travis Flatt
jQuery

Welcome to the second part of my in-depth look at customizing some default behavior from Webforms. In the first, which you can find here, we hid the form and created a toggle button with which to open it.

October 7, 2014 by JD Collier
New Relic APM for Drupal Performance Tuning

New Relic APM (Application Monitoring) is an amazing tool to help you tune the performance of your Drupal website.

September 23, 2014 by Travis Flatt
Webforms and Javascript

I like Javascript. There, I said it. It’s all out there floating across the internet, and no doubt my kids will mock me for it twenty years from now when they’re busily developing code via direct brain-link. For now, though, I find it to be a remarkably versatile problem solver for things that just aren’t quite handled by the default behavior of your favorite framework or CMS.

July 23, 2014 by Michelle Burk
Recent trends in web design

It seems like the possibilities of web design are becoming endless. I began designing and teaching myself a little bit of coding as a kid during the times when decorating your web page with flashy graphics, scrolling text, and putting a border around everything was cool (or, more like the only thing you could really do with web design).

July 1, 2014 by JD Collier
Insert a block into the WYSIWYG in Drupal

Sometimes what you are looking for is right in front of you. I have been searching for a module to allow me to insert a block into a WYSIWYG field. I tried looking for a Drupal implementation like Wordpress Shortcodes, perhaps the SimpleAd module would do what I'm wanting, maybe there is a Ckeditor plugin written for this? I came up short.

June 19, 2014 by Amy Peveto
Need a great web developer? Hire through Codeup.

Whether you’re a startup or well-established San Antonio business, finding developers can be difficult; it can take months — even a year or two — to find a skilled developer. But this year we found and hired a great candidate in less than two months. And we did it through Codeup.

April 15, 2014 by JD Collier
Crawling vs. indexing: robots.txt and sitemap.xml

Sometimes you need to prevent a site, page or everything at a particular path from showing up in Google search. I've heard people say to just disallow the page in robots.txt file. This is actually incorrect.

March 12, 2014 by Gabrielle Kinderknecht
Responsive design is ideal for those whose audience uses mobile and tablets

Today, responsive web design is a way for developers to create smooth transitions between various viewport sizes using media queries. The media queries tell the browser, if a person is viewing from 320px width device, look like this (a condensed version of the desktop version to fit a mobile phone).

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