CKEditor is a superb WYSIWYG text editor and when used together with the CKEditor module for Drupal it's a great solution for enabling editors to easily add HTML to content. A common issue site builders seems to have is changing the list of styles that are available in the Styles drop down combo. Here's the salient tip for getting it working!
CKEditor comes with a Styles drop down combo that enables editors to select some text and then decorate it by selecting from a list of available styles:
Migrating away from legacy content management systems can prove challenging, in this blog post we look at a technique for improving the friendliness of URLs!
I'm sure we're all aware that human-readable URL's are a good thing, not only for us but for search engines too. Take, for example, the following URL: /topsubjects/businessandintellectualproperty/businessandmanagementstudies/yourstudyprogram
Conferences can be intimidating, especially if you’re not used to meeting lots of people! What you need is the Conference Survival Guide (Practical Edition).
I am pretty sure there's a tech conference happening every week these days: I had a great time at Symfony Live London last week, most of the Code Enigma team are at Drupalcon Amsterdam this week and I
Chris Maiden extolling the virtues of vim for the good people of DrupalCamp North West 2013
Code Enigma sponsored and talked at DrupalCamp North West again this year. Here is the talk everyone was waiting for! You can throw away all your other SDKs, vim now makes total sense:
TDD is a daunting prospect for the newcomer, but Chris Maiden explains it's not so hard to get going https://www.codeenigma.com/host/faq
Following on from the first blog post in this series, An Introduction to Test Driven Development, Chris introduces the test harness so strap yourself in!
In this, the first in a series of blog posts, Chris introduces the software development process known as Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development has certainly stood the test of time, the process has been around for decades with NASA's Project Mercury perhaps being the earliest recorded use of TDD/test first techniques in software development.
Chris Maiden and Mark West show us how to hone our coding skills with some ancient Eastern wisdom and some Test Driven Design.
"Wax on, wax off!