Registration is now open for the Fourth Annual Stanford Drupal Camp. All sessions will be held April 5th - 6th, 2013 at the Stanford Law School.
Drupal Camp is a great opportunity for the Stanford Drupal community to come together and share new approaches, campus best practices, and love of Drupal.
This is the first post in a multi-post series on styling your Sites site. In this post I'll get you aquainted with the Stanford Basic theme settings and what you can do without adding any additional CSS.
It's a great time to be a web designer, as we have this explosion of web fonts at our finger tips. Tools such as Google Web Fonts make these available for free, and integrating them is easy on your site, even on sites.stanford.edu! In this tutorial, I'm going to go through adding a webfont to your Drupal site using CSS Injector (available on sites.stanford.edu), and developing a proportional typographic system for your site.
Often when we hear that little voice in the back of our minds, "Wouldn't it be great to have a new website?" what we're really thinking is, "Wouldn't it be great to have a new look for our website." While getting a fresh style or "skin" for your site is absolutely a valid reason to want a redesign of our website, in most cases what will really make the most difference for our site visitors is to rewrite, restructure, and rethink the content.