To design and develop an optimum mobile experience requires a great deal of skill, not to mention an aptitude for patience. But there are a few things anyone with basic web skills can do that take little time yet make a big difference.
At the time we were shopping around for a cloud service suitable for our small business which would handle invoicing and the tracking of time and expenses. Eventually it came down to two: Freshbooks and Harvest. Since our requirements were pretty specific we put together a detailed comparison table so that we could examine the two services side-by-side.
As far as consumers are concerned, there is no such thing as mobile. This sounds like a ridiculous statement until you look at what people actually consider important in a device these days. (Hint: it isn't mobility.)
In a post for The Moz Blog, William Critchlow (founder and CEO of Distilled) writes that mobility is no longer what necessarily makes a mobile device appealing to consumers, but rather a combination of the following things...
The following snippets will output some unique classes for a Drupal 7.x menu based on whether or not child menus are present. There are a number of reasons you might want to do this, but in our case we wanted to implement a Top Bar menu for Foundation 5.
An unusual public service announcement was issued by the Drupal Security Team earlier today as a "highly critical" follow-up to a previous security advisory from October 15. It warns that Drupal sites (version 7.x) that have not been patched or that were not patched quickly enough should be assumed to be compromised
This notice is to reassure our customers that Othermachines acted quickly to patch all Drupal sites within the specified safe window, so no further action is required.Read on...