"Any customer can have a car painted any colour that he wants so long as it is black." - Henry Ford
We see it all over the web, development companies that create sites in nearly every language and technology. Do they really claim to be experts in everything? How do they find the time to keep up with all the advancements and changes for so many systems?
The American economy has demonstrated that outsourcing some types of labor overseas can be beneficial to both business and consumer markets. While this may work for manufacturing roles, it is by no means conducive to quality software development.
Most of us use Webform quite a bit to quickly create forms in Drupal. It comes with a whole lot of features, but what if you need to add an additional step when the form is submitted?
Modal forms are very popular nowadays. While they can be confusing at times they aren't difficult to set up if you have the right tools.
There are several modules available for Drupal 7 that would serve our purpose. I've found Simple Dialog to be the easiest to use and will demonstrate that here.
One of the most time consuming and critical tasks in Drupal development is styling the output. Drupal modules generally come with a default style sheet which can be both a blessing and a curse.
Want to have a "block" element move up and down the page when the page scrolls? Easy. I'll show you how to get this up and running with jQuery Scroll Follow and Drupal 7.
Virtually all websites and web applications start with a requirements document, but rarely are these first attempts very helpful to designers or developers. To be successful you must express your needs and desires to the people who will be working on your project in their language.