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Marcel Doorn
Web developer, Drupal, mobile, online strategy and koibois...
Web developer, Drupal, mobile, online strategy and koibois...
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Skip-Maintenance-Mode-By-IP 7.x-1.2 released

Skip-Maintenance-Mode-By-IP is an addition to Drupal's Maintenance mode settings page. It allows site administrators to set IP addresses that are allowed access to the website while in maintenance mode, without being logged in...

http://www.marceldoorn.nl/blog/2014/june/drupal/skip-maintenance-mode-ip-7x-12-gereleased

#drupal #skipmaintenancemodebyip
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Numeral.js
A javascript library for formatting and manipulating numbers.

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Rethinking the CMS in the Mobile Era

"At a fundamental level a CMSes role is to facilitate the easy and intuitive handling of content. Some provide powerful developer access points in the form of software API's, which make the customization of the CMS possible through code. Others offer managed marketplaces with extensive collections of downloadable plugins and themes which can be installed and customized through administrative GUI control panels. But while the environment of different CMSess vary, they provide a core functionality promise - using the web as a platform to create content for the web.

So given that CMSes exist at a high level to save their users from the drudgery of marking up webpages by hand, and that they tend to operate through the browser, how well can the CMS concept protect it's users while still supporting the ever growing range of internet-enabled devices? This question will be fundamental to determining how well they continue to serve us in the future."

#cms   #mobile  

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Rethinking the CMS in the Mobile Era

"At a fundamental level a CMSes role is to facilitate the easy and intuitive handling of content. Some provide powerful developer access points in the form of software API's, which make the customization of the CMS possible through code. Others offer managed marketplaces with extensive collections of downloadable plugins and themes which can be installed and customized through administrative GUI control panels. But while the environment of different CMSess vary, they provide a core functionality promise - using the web as a platform to create content for the web.

So given that CMSes exist at a high level to save their users from the drudgery of marking up webpages by hand, and that they tend to operate through the browser, how well can the CMS concept protect it's users while still supporting the ever growing range of internet-enabled devices? This question will be fundamental to determining how well they continue to serve us in the future."

#cms   #mobile  

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"Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and people and companies from all around the globe are participating. I had the privilege of giving a speech this morning on how Drupal is one of the best content management systems for accessibility. It’s always inspiring to see the Drupal community’s commitment to accessibility."
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