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This week in Web Dev Rev notes: the next European DrupalCon will be in Vienna; a drag and drop upload module; Drupal's "angry themer" mortendk has started working on premium Drupal themes, the first of which is a Drupal 8 admin theme; a history of Drupal; the transformation of Drupal 8 for continuous innovation; Drupal code standards: the t() function; twelve fancy Chrome DevTools tips; and finally, CSS mask transitions.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: an introduction to the most commonly used hooks in Drupal 7; a look at how to write your own custom Sass functions; a site to give you CSS for Instagram-style photo effects; browser-tailored polyfills (link no longer available); a browser bug search; a CSS Grid visualizer coming to Firefox; Firefox 49 introduces support for "-webkit-" prefixes; and how to use logic in media queries.
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Switch to the new responsive design!
WCMS courses are now responsive
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This week in Web Dev Rev notes: following up on last week's video, an article about making stakeholders aware of the impact of website performance; a list of unsupported/problematic modules and plugins when hosting on Pantheon; how to create custom Drush commands; the Waterloo Region Drupal Users Group is back next Thursday with a session on Data Migration and Import in Drupal; run security checks on websites with Observatory by Mozilla; some notes about markup for accessibility, clarity, and performance from the 10k website contest, as well as notes about content and strategy; a flowchart about HTML5 sectioning (PDF); keeping the web "jank free"; and what goes through Chris Coyier's head when exploring a website.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: upcoming changes to drupal.org's front page; Drupal's documentation overhaul; the Slack to Drupal module to put images posted to a specific Slack channel into Drupal; a Lullabot article on CasperJS, mentioned in last week's Web Dev Rev; Blisk, a web browser for web developers, that shows mobile and desktop side by side; using feature queries in CSS; an incomplete list of mistakes in the design of CSS from the CSS Working Group wiki; the problems you can encounter when you want to type a number into a form; and Pantsuit: the Hillary Clinton UI pattern library.
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