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Kim Davidson
Jul 17, 2014

This Is The House That Jack Themed

This is Jack: Usually, Jack is theming beautiful website like these:   ... more
Kim Davidson
Jun 17, 2014

Fajitas, Front End Meets Design, and Remembering to Shower: A DrupalCon Recap

Like many of you, the AdvoTeam hit Austin a coupe of weeks ago for DrupalCon 2014. Now that we’ve had some time to digest all the knowledge dropped (pun intended), we’re sharing our favorite DrupalCon takeaways. We’ve even included... more
Dave Hansen-Lange
Nov 14, 2013

Responsive Iframes — yes it is possible

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UPDATE JAN 2013: You may want to look at an article from Previous/Next.  This functionality is now available as a library. ... more
Dave Hansen-Lange
Oct 21, 2013

Automating new dev sites for new branches

Over the past few years we've moved away from using Subversion (SVN) for version control and we're now using Git for all of our projects.  Git brings us a lot more power, but because of its different... more
Amanda Luker
May 14, 2013

SASS + Compass + Modernizr and browser information detection

Jack, my co-themer here at Advomatic, and I will be doing a series of articles about how we use SASS and Compass on our projects. There are plenty of... more
Jack Haas
May 10, 2013

Responsive & adaptive grids with Susy, Sass & Compass in Drupal 7

Here at Advomatic we've experimented with several approaches to responsive design over the past few years. I think the "mobile first" philosophy became popular right in the nick of time. There was a point when we'd detect if the user was on a mobile device and then deliver a... more
Darrell Ulm
Dec 11, 2012

Should you be interested in the new Drupal 8?

Drupal 8, originally scheduled for an August 2013 release, will from all appearances not just be another version upgrade. There will be extensive improvements on issues that matter to all types of Drupal users. That last sentence doesn't do it justice. Really Drupal 8 will be a quantum leap among... more
Jake Bell
Apr 17, 2012

Fine-grained caching with Views

A lot of very interesting things are happening to make Drupal's caching system a bit smarter. One of my favorite recent (albeit... more
Amanda Luker
Apr 11, 2012

Responsive Design Tips from DrupalCon

Ah, Drupalcon. Three days of panels and BOFs, one Advomatic code sprint, and some very late nights with the Advoteam. Now I'm thrust back into the land of overflowing diaper pails and spaghetti bits everywhere that is work-from-home motherhood. But I promised myself I'd put my DrupalCon notes... more
Elana Levin
Jan 12, 2012

We Left GoDaddy. So Should You! or Why Every Nonprofit Should Care About SOPA

This month the Senate is scheduled to vote on a bill that could end the internet as we know it. If the so-called “Stop Online Piracy Act” (SOPA), currently making its way through the House, or the “Protect Intellectual Property Act” (PIPA), awaiting a vote in the Senate, become law, corporations... more
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