Last week the announcement was made that registration for the 2013 Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit is open. I am a huge fan of this event and wanted to write a bit about what you can expect if you are planning to attend in Vancouver this year.
We've built Sass mixins and extensions for almost every component of Foundation. Now you can write whatever markup is most semantic, most representative of what your content really is. Then, simply attach Foundation components to it in your Scss. For example, you might have a main content section and a sidebar: on a large screen you could attach eight columns to the main content, and four columns to the sidebar. If you ever want to change it later you simply change your Scss, and your markup stays the same. Pretty rad, right?
The New Common Craft
Recently Number10 launched commoncraft.com, a custom Drupal 7, e-commerce membership website. We want to share a bit about the story of this project.
We just finished pushing a change to a client site that gives them threaded comments in node displayed in a panel. No big deal, just click a few radio buttons in the node config screen, right? Not so fast there clicker.
Number 10 recently completed phase one of a really interesting project for Lee and Sachi LeFever of Common Craft. Common Craft is the originator of a wonderful style of explanatory and training videos, and they were looking to transition to a subscription based business model. Number 10 helped them build a new site with Drupal 7 which supports a recurring payment system through Recurly, and uses Wistia for video storage, metrics, and embedding/downloading support.