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CodiDecember 9th ’11

On a recent project at Fuse we had to provide access to file uploads through Drupal only to users that were authenticated. One way to do this is to use the private files feature that Drupal core comes with. Something we hadn’t done until now.

It’s that time of year again. Where we take a step back from the day to day tasks we do here at Fuse and get a big picture of where we’re at and where we want to be going. We’ll start by discussing the problems with our current workflow and processes and discuss a hundred possible solutions. Then we break and hope for the best. This year, we’re hoping for a bit more. We’re going for simple actionable tasks and most importantly we’re going for results.

AndreNovember 18th ’11

This is a quick post to go through some of the important factors to consider when applying security updates to your Drupal site.  It's not always as easy as just downloading the updates and applying them.  I've assembled a list of things we consider when we are updating our client sites.  For our clients that are reading this post, this is what we do for the $$ you pay us each month!

Before you update

Responsive web design is the next big thing in the web world, but why does it have designers and developers doing the happy dance? Let's take a look at what it is and what it means for the future of web development. The concept of responsive web design was pioneered by Ethan Marcotte in his article "Responsive Web Design" which appeared on A List Apart in May of last year.

Theme Your Drupal Forms Continued

Niall — October 13th ’11 in Design

Theming forms is always a little bit of a handful; designers like to create slick looking forms with rounded corners, drop shadows and custom looking form elements. Unfortunately it's not always an easy task to bring the design to life, but with a bit of css and jquery it is very easy to get your drupal forms looking a little less Drupal-ey.

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