daily links

  • Moom · Many Tricks
    Do you spend a lot of time moving and zooming windows, so you can better see and work with all the content on your Mac? Instead of doing that work yourself, let Moom handle the task for you.
  • Quick Tabs | drupal.org
    The Quick Tabs module allows you to create blocks of tabbed content, specifically views, blocks, nodes* and other quicktabs*. You can create a block on your site containing multiple tabs with corresponding content. Clicking on the tabs makes the corresponding content display instantly, using jQuery.
  • Browser code editor awesomeness : ICEcoder
    ICEcoder is an open-source browser code editor which provides a modern approach to building websites by allowing you to code directly within the web browser, online or offline. This, in turn, means you only need one program (your browser), plus can test on actual web servers and after development, maintain the website easily, all of which make for speedy and smart development. Because it can be web based you also can do this from any internet enabled computer with a modern browser and because it’s open-source, customise it to your liking, integrating with online services. If you’d like to use it as a desktop code editor, no problems, you only need PHP 5.0+ (though 5.3+ is recommeded), so you can use on Linux and on PC via MAMP or XAMPP and Mac via WAMP (or a PHP installation).
  • Installing and configuring views timelineJs in drupal | www.expresstut.com
    In this tutorial we would be looking at how to install and configure the timelineJs module/tool in our drupal website. The TimelineJs is an open source tools used for building beautiful and visually rich timelines. You can use it within your drupal website for building content timelines.
  • BARREL | Text-align: Justify and RWD
    By simply applying ‘text-align: justify’ to the container, and giving the child elements ‘display: inline-block’ and a percentage width, you’ll never have to deal with horizontal margins ever again! (Oh and did I mention, when using this trick, you’ll also never need to use float on your elements ever again, so you can wave goodbye to those ignominious clearfixes and clear divs too!)
  • A better way to theme Field Collections | Four Kitchens
    I created a quick function that pulled out the themed items from the field collection and organized them into an easy to theme array. The theming then felt a lot more natural, like working with a views rows template.
  • Levinux – A Tiny Version of Linux for Education – Mike Levin
    Levinux (download ~18 MB) is a tiny virtual Linux server that runs from USB or Dropbox with a double-click (no install) from the desktop of a Mac, Windows or Linux PC—making it the perfect learning environment, and a great way to run & keep your code safe for life!