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PSD to HTML/CSS: Part 2


Previously (see part 1) we discussed how to split the design into sections and we downloaded an outline/initial project files. This time we will code the HTML, the initial code anyway. For this we are going to completely ignore coding...

PSD to HTML/CSS: Part 1


In the introduction to this series (Thatcham Historical Society Refresh Series) I gave an overview of what this was all about, documenting the redesign and coding of an existing website. In this article I will look at the initial stages,...

Thatcham Historical Society Refresh Series


I am presenting the first in a series of articles that will detail how the Thatcham Historical Society got a site refresh. Or more specifically find out about the redesign and how the PSD theme was converted to HTML. Then learn how...

Upgrading to Drupal 7


So it is no secret that Drupal 7 is out, and has been worth the wait. The only snag is now I have to upgrade my themes to Drupal 7! I did start this process a while ago, but that was at a time when the API was still changing. Anyway,...

Ultimate Community Site Guide


I was sent a PDF copy of “Ultimate Community Site Guide - 2nd Edition” by Dorien Herreman from to review. This is the third Drupal book I have had the opportunity to review for an author/publisher. First impressions...

Useful: Drupal


Not sure why I have not noted before, the open source Drupal Content Management System (CMS). This is a full CMS that allows you to add and customise all elements. Themes can easily be created as well as add-ins, known as modules....

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