Beautytips module requires the excanvas library for Internet Explorer support. But it's tricky getting drush_make to download and install the zipped version provided by the excanvas project because there's no containing folder and drush_make seems to expect one. Read more »
If you've fallen under the spell of mig5 (aka Miguel Jacq) and moved your Drupal deployment workflow to drush, drush_make, Aegir and git you might have been scratching your head over how to carry over your normal development workflow. Here's four tips to help you along. Note that all commands presume a Debian/Ubuntu style OS. Read more »
My daughter has started losing her milk teeth. She was brave enough to pull the first one out once there was only some skin holding it!
The main differences are: I've moved the browser specific and CSS3 properties into their own sections, added a comment above each of those sections and removed the font-family values. Generally I add font stacks from an external source like code style's font stack builder, so these font names make no sense to add, especially without spaces (that's just asking for trouble)!
But thanks go to Andy for writing up the tip, it's a handy addition to CSSEdit while we wait for MacRabbit to finish playing with Espresso and get around to updating CSSEdit.
Attached is a patch file with my modifications to the original AutoCompletion.plist.
A question in one of the Drupal IRC channels recently reminded me to write about my ImageMagick Raw Action module (im_raw) and its ability to generate CSS sprite style images from uploaded image files. This is not a recipe for a whole site CSS sprite containing all icons and backgrounds used, but a way to process a single uploaded image and append that processed version to the original.
ImageMagick raw action also opens up a wide array of potential visual effects driven by ImageMagick to be used in CSS hover effects in galleries or anywhere else you use imagecache presets. Read more »
We stripped some of our runner bean plants, since they’re getting a bit past it, and ended up with a big pile of beans. Perfectly edible once they’ve been boiled for 10 mins, but a bit bland flavourwise and they tend to lose the lovely colouring when cooked.