In the business of web development we often hear the phrases 'web design', 'web development' and 'programming' but what are the actual differences between these areas? This article will examine the different roles of each and how they contribute to a project, highlighting the path this author took over the years in the process.
Responsive and adaptive website layouts, commonly referred to as RWD and AWD, have been a growing necessity in web design for years now, but although the terms are arguably familiar there is still confusion around what the differences between these layouts are why they are important in modern web development. This article will explain the differences between these designs and why they are important for your website or your client's websites.
Drupal and WordPress are two of the most common CMS's out there and along with Joomla are the most often compared systems. Note, however that there are literally thousands of CMS's out there!! This article will focus on these popular systems and try to answer the question: Which is the right choice and how do you decide which is better? First of all, it's important to avoid getting caught in the 'which is better' conversation, because that is far too general an approach and ultimately not very useful.
There are many tutorials out there for creating maps in Drupal but most of them focus on just one layer on a map. This tutorial is for creating one map with multiple, switchable layers complete with pop-ups and a title. This tutorial covers creating a primary map based on one main content type and also adds an additional layer for a user's profile. This is a lengthy but thorough tutorial and I'll try to add images or a video at some point soon. The basic premise is this: A content type with two complementary fields pass address data to Openlayers which displays those maps on a Views page.