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Nachdem ich ja nun mein Diplom in der Tasche habe und bevor ich mich weiter orientiere, gibt es zuerst einmal ein bisschen Ferien.

Deshalb sitze ich zur Zeit gerade in einem Flugzeug Richtung Amsterdam. Berlin wird später folgen.

Assembling Pages with Drupal [Lullabot]

An overview on different design techniques in Drupal, using the normal blocks, the Context and the Panels module.

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Panels 3: Creating a custom layout in your theme []

“A panel layout is a layout that can be used by the Panels module. You can add content to defined content areas within a panel. The Panels module comes with several layouts, but you can also create your own for your own module or theme. Here we will create a layout for a theme.”

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The three laws of robots. txt.

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Object-Oriented CSS: What, How, and Why [Nettuts+]

“It sounds like an oxymoron, or at least an impossibility, doesn’t it? How can a static language that’s really more like markup than programming be object-oriented? In this tutorial, I’m going to introduce you to the idea of object-oriented CSS, show you how it works, and try to convince you that you should be using it too!

What is Object-Oriented CSS?

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Knockout Type - Thin Is Always In [24 Ways]

OS X has gorgeous native anti-aliasing (although I will admit to missing 10px aliased Geneva — sigh). This is especially true for dark text on a light background. However, things can go awry when you start using light text on a dark background. Strokes thicken. Counters constrict. Letterforms fill out like seasonal snackers.

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HTML5 Doctor, helping you implement HTML5 today

„We will publish articles relating to HTML5, its semantics, and how to use it right now. We also invite questions via Ask the Doctor. We’ll post answers in future articles so that everyone can benefit.
We acknowledge that we may sometimes get things wrong and that people may disagree with our interpretation of the HTML5 specification. But that’s another of the reasons that this site exists: the spec has yet to be formalised, and we can all do our bit to make it what we want. A “specification for the people” if you will.“

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WYMeditor - web-based XHTML editor

WYMeditor is a web-based WYSIWYM (What You See Is What You Mean) XHTML editor (not WYSIWYG).

WYMeditor’s main concept is to leave details of the document’s visual layout, and to concentrate on its structure and meaning, while trying to give the user as much comfort as possible (at least as WYSIWYG editors).

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Multilingual Drupal: Some Dos And Don'ts

“So we’ve done all French sites before. And we’ve done all English sites before. But a recent project was our first real forray in to multilingual sites and it’s an e-commerce/Ubercart job! Talk about gluttons for punishment!

There are bags of tutorials, so I’ll keep this short but sweet. A list of dos and don’ts from our painful, recent experience.”

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Drupal Context Module Abridged

“The Context module is developed by the Washington DC Drupal shop Development Seed. It is one solution to the Drupal problem of using multiple pieces of code scattered throughout a site asking questions such as “Is an event node being displayed?”, “Is a view of events being displayed?”, or “Is an event form being displayed?” Context enables a single piece of functionality that asks “Is the events section being displayed?” This can be incredibly useful to control active menu trails, block visibility, and theme layouts and classes.

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HTML5 differences from HTML4

HTML5 defines the fifth major revision of the core language of the World Wide Web, HTML. “HTML5 differences from HTML4” describes the differences between HTML4 and HTML5 and provides some of the rationale for the changes. This document may not provide accurate information as the HTML5 specification is still actively in development.

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Google Font Directory

“The Google Font Directory lets you browse all the fonts available via the Google Font API. All fonts in the directory are available for use on your website under an open source license and are served by Google servers.

View font details to get the code needed to embed the font on your web site.”

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How to Set Up OpenID on Your Own Domain [Smarterware]

“Setting up OpenID capabilities on your own domain name is a two-lines-of-HTML affair, and it’s finally done. If you’re interested in doing the same, here’s what to know.”

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When can I use...

“Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.”

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