It is essential when building a new website that it meets all your needs while not being overly complex or intimidating to use. Being able to update content easily without having to call up your local web developer can help save money and ensure that you feel empowered with the product that you purchased.
On our latest project for McGill University’s Community Engagement Day we wanted to find a better way for event times to be entered and searched for by people using the site. We discovered timefield which provides a beautiful API alongside a timepicker widget that is missing from the regular Date field. What was missing was a proper integration into a views exposed filter field in order for the widget to appear. We’ll show you how we did this!
Have you ever wondered how some websites manage to create popup that appears half-way down the page to provide information? It’s a lot easier than you think with jQuery!
You aren’t alone I had to scower the internet and read several articles before I truly understand all of this. If you are using Debian/Ubuntu (with Tomcat7) it’s even easier then most outline. I preferred this over Lullabot since when you install it through Ubuntu it’s actually a service and less fiddling