This recipe is created to help you better control your gallery displays. The topic of galleries have always been an interesting subject in the Drupal world. There are always many factors about what a gallery actually is as well as how you should make one for your site. Because Drupal is so flexible, there are obviously many solutions.
This solution that I am going to propose is based on my own experiments with various galleries. This set up will give you a lot of flexibility as well as a lot of control.Read more
I'm looking at the date today wondering what happened to January. Already a month into the year, and things couldn't be hotter.
Drupal 7 has launched and DrupalCon Chicago is just around the corner. There is a buzz around Drupal, and people are getting excited about the possibilities.
It's interesting to me though, how many people still wonder what Drupal is, or have not even heard about it. All we do at Web Easy Media is Drupal work, so to think that there is much market confusion about Drupal is akin to blasphemy.Read more
On the weekend of January 14, 2011, a group of local professionals and students specializing in web and interactive technologies gathered together in a lecture hall at the IUPUI School of Informatics. Justin Harter, the organizer of the event and the local group Refresh Indy, lead the group by introducing each of the 4 charities that were selected for the weekend charity event.Read more
The purpose of this recipe is to turn over a WYSIWYG editor that the client will understand better. They will be able to visually see the different header and block styles before they select them. They will also see the styles applied within the WYSIWYG editor before they save their content.
There are a lot of changes to follow, which is why we have created this recipe. We try to be as systematic as possible when implementing this so more time is focused on the custom styles rather than the setup.
The Indy Givecamp was an awesome opportunity for us to put to work some of our in-house processes and see how efficient they really are. I thought it was an interesting opportunity to post about some of the processes that we go through here at Web Easy Media, only at a faster pace.Read more
A number of local techies banded together to help and launch the Indy Givecamp 2010 Event on the weekend of November 5th. As a 'group of developers trying to run an event', the event seemed to go quite smoothly! With the help of around 60 web developers and designers, the event was able to help 9 different charities with their internet needs.Read more
Over the weekend, Web Easy Media participated in Indianapolis's first and under-estimated Drupal Camp. It was great to see a collection of Drupal professions, enthusiasts, and newbies all together in one place. The sessions had a good ballance of intros and advanced sessions.Read more
We are proud that Indianapolis is having it's first EVER Drupal Camp! We are even more proud that Web Easy Media has been able to work with the amazing Drupalers in this community to help shape this into a really awesome event.
In addition to helping to design the DrupalCampIndy.org website, we were happy to create some flyers to help spread the good Drupal word to the coffee shops, libraries, and miscellaneous hangouts.Read more
Web Easy Media has been very involved in the local Drupal Indy Group. Now with the Drupal Camp Indy, and the new Drupal Indy Group Inc set up to help manage and promote the local group, we need a new website!Read more
Designers spend a lot of time picking out the perfect fonts for their designs. When those fonts are replaced with web-safe fonts, it can discourage the designer, because the final website doesn't look as clean or stylish as their initial mockup. It is for these reasons that dynamic font replacement techniques have become so popular. But if you aren't familiar with your options, you may find that you are working with unnecessary restrictions. Read more