Choosing great images for your website can be tricky business. In this new series, I'll explain some things to consider when you're selecting and editing images for use on your website. Today, I'm going share some tips for choosing a great image.
I spend a lot of my time theming in the browser, writing CSS and testing ideas. In this blog post, I wanted to share some of my favorite tools for designing and theming.
Social media could be said to be the new "press release," a concise way to get your latest updates out to an interested audience. If you're using Twitter or Facebook, here are a couple of quick and easy ways to integrate your social media content into your website.
A new family of Drupal 7 themes have been released on Stanford Sites as of the evening of April 9th:
Thank you all for attending Stanford Drupal Camp 2013! The event was a great success, and couldn't have happened without everyone who helped organize, volunteer, sponsor, and present. It was really wonderful to see the community come together, and we look forward to continuing the conversation with you all!
We are excited to announce the upcoming April 9th release of four new mobile-responsive Drupal 7 themes for the Stanford community:
When it comes to reaching your readers, less is more. When you are adding blocks and content to your site, ask yourself, "Does this help my reader find the thing they are looking for?"
What is the primary task you are trying to get them to do on your site? Is it being overshadowed by all the other things on the page? How can you reduce the amount of content on each page and make the message simple?