One of the things that front-end and back-end developers alike loathe is the dreaded scenario where a content author wants to be able to add their own styles to content. No, not set a skin or theme to the content. They insist that an <h1> be any of 16+ million colors. The <img> should have
So you’re a back-end developer. You write .net or Java all day. You create Schemas and Templates in Tridion. It’s Friday. The front-end developers have signed off early and you just got a high priority bug. And it’s in the CSS. You hate CSS. What do you do?
Wait, what’s the CSSOM? Well, I’ve talked about it in the past; it’s the object model for your styles. I even wrote about how to make a CSSOM analyzer. What I didn’t know then, that I know now, is that you can manipulate the CSSOM. It’s not just there for show and tell. You can
This year, I was awarded the SDL Web MVP. For the fourth time. Really. And, I’m actually surprised by it; I lost a lot of my “writing mojo” towards the end of last year (it’s hard to know what to write about). But, I can tell you something I want to write about right now: What