daily links

  • Providing responsive images with Drupal | Tutorial | .net magazine
    In this tutorial, we’ll be solving this problem four times, thanks to the latest version of the Drupal CMS, 7, and its vast, user contributed module library. We’ll be looking at the adaptive image module, the adaptive image styles module, the client-side adaptive image module and, finally, the responsive images and styles module. These represent great solutions to optimising your Drupal website for bandwidth starved mobile devices; all modules used employ the techniques listed above.
  • SVG-Optimiser
    Because of how Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) are defined, they can be rewritten without affecting the resulting image. By optimising how SVGs are written, it is often possible to reduce file size and make them easier to work with. Files created in Inkscape or Illustrator are particularly amenable to optimisation.
    Below are two options. You can either upload an SVG file and my app will attempt to optimise the entire file. Or you can paste SVG elements and a single transform into the boxes below and get the code for the transformed elements.
  • SVGeezy – a JS plugin for SVG fallbacks
    A simple JavaScript plugin which detects SVG images on your website, and automatically "looks" for a standard image fallback for those older, less capable browsers. Those browsers need lovin’ too dawg.
  • Static 404 | drupal.org
    Creates an easy(ier) way to generate a static page that imitates a particular node and serve that as a response to requests that result in a 404 Not Found status.
  • One Thing Well | Browser Details
    Send your clients to yourcompany.browser-details.com. One click and their browser details are in your inbox.