So, you’re hooked on the idea of using a CSS preprocessor, and you’re thinking of even managing your files in Tridion. Not a bad idea, right? But uploading those binaries into a multimedia schema isn’t as easy as it looks. So what’s a guy to do?
In a previous post that I wrote, I talked about living the web developer’s fantasy of being told, “be as cutting edge as you want”, and how Joe Shirley (a fellow Tahzooligan) and I decided to use all the nice things we could 1. Before I get in to how we used a CSS preprocessor
I’m a fan of Dexter. A big fan, actually. I’ve read most of the books. I’ve watched every episode, and again on DVD and BlueRay. I’ve re-adjusted my work schedule and rearranged my entire wake sleep cycle to make sure I didn’t miss an episode. And then the finale happened, and yes, I have some
Not too long ago, I was put on a new project at Tahzoo and I got to hear what many developers in the community (and even at Tahzoo) can only fantasize about: “Be as cutting edge as you want.”. A coworker, Joe Shirley, and I, were given the freedom to use whatever tools, techniques, and
I recently had a client with a Media Manager license ask to have it set up to work with their cloud-based instance of Tridion 2011. Media Manager is a brand-new tool to me and I did entirely too much learning on the fly. As I was learning it, I’d asked an architect over on the
CSS is so cool and easy! Since it’s not a programming language, anyone can do it! You just need to know the properties and how to write a selector, and the job is done! If you agreed with any of those statements, then this post is for you. CSS is cool, but it isn’t easy.
A friend of mine asked me to come over and take a look at his WiFi situation. With him being a different flavor of nerd than I, I was happy to oblige. Everything went fine right up until we were trying to get his Samsung Blu-Ray player on his WiFi. And then I discovered something
Folks that work with me know that I’m not a super-awesome programmer; I’m a front-end guy who dables with programs. I’m way more comfortable telling you what went wrong with your CSS in Internet Explorer 8 than what happened with your Razor template in Tridion 2011. Razor Mediator for Tridion is a blend of C#
I’m written in the past on how cool contenteditable is, and what the potential usages are. Especially once you mix it with the scoped attribute, you can turn contenteditable into a pretty powerful component of an editing application of some sort. In fact, I have a few applications that I’ve been working on which called