Our new Ultimate team for the fall, Gavin made a picture logo for it: And now google is not going to have no results for the word.
Turns out that you can make css arrows (and some other fun shapes) using borders and 0 width elemets (I used divs, but they can be whatever element really). This is the html: <div class="css-arrow-container"> <div class="css-arrow-right"> </div> <div class="css-arrow-left"> </div> <div class="css-arrow-up"> </div> <div class="css-arrow-down"> </div> </div> <div class="css-arrow-container"> <div class="css-arrow-right"> </div> <div class="css-arrow-left"> </div> <div class="css-arrow-up"> </div>… Read more →
I don’t know why drupal doesn’t have this built in… but this will allow you to have users login with their email address or their username. People can usually remember their email address better than the username that they used on some random site. Doubly so if their username was not their usual one because someone keeps taking their normal… Read more →
Turns out there wasn’t a drupal module (that I could find…) that would do periodic checks to see if a node has been updated, so I made one. Features: Checks periodically whether or not the node that you are looking at has been updated. Options for the style and the interval for the check. Todo: Get it on the drupal… Read more →