Drupal has a particular way of doing things, which is sometimes not to the taste of everybody. This can lead to a misplaced feeling that it is weird or difficult. However, the Drupal way comes from years of developed good practice, and is backed by tens of thousands of developers' knowledge and experience.
They're at it again. Starting today, April 21st Google are changing the algorithm that is used to create search results. The most important change is what has become known as "Googlegeddon": namely, if your website is not optimised for mobile devices, Google will rank it lower than websites that are.
Building great (Drupal) websites can often be made more difficult than it needs to be when your site builders, developers and themers haven't got the same content as each other.
Last month I wrote about why we care about responsive websites, and why you should too. This month I'm going to brush the surface of how one might achieve such a goal.
Responsive Buzzword Bingo
I'm not about to go knee-deep into the semantics of the various jargon words surrounding this topic and their pros and cons, but here are broad descriptions of some of the approaches.