So I was looking for a way to clean up the local branches in my repository because they seem to stack up after a few sprints.
Today’s feature site, as is indicated in their about page, “was initially created for a short presentation about AngularJS for the Drupal Meetup in Vienna in May 2013.”
In CSS there’s absolutely no way to include functions as of today. It’s all just as is. In SASS you can create functions as well as mixins, more on what that is later. They are two ways that SASS allows you to keep your code DRY (because nobody likes repeating themselves.)
Have you ever had to lay out a container div then needed to add padding? Then to get the correct width you had to subtract the amount of padding to the width? Well not anymore!
THEMING THURSDAYS: SASS, what is it? What’s it got to do with Drupal? Well, two of the Top Base themes use it. Pretty heavily might I add. It’s basically a way to write css faster, have less rewrite, use functions, mixins, and variables, do math, and a lot more! Here are some articles to get you started: …
Every used CKEditor’s WYSIWYG, inserted some code in Source view, then when you reverted to WYSIWYG the code disappeared? The default setting of CKEditor strips the html, and extra bits of code that aren’t entered normally bu users. This is normal of course. It’s just cleaning up code the way it’s supposed to. But there may …