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Typography, The Letters Do Matter!

Serif Font

Reading text on a computer screen is different than on paper. Web pages are made up of hypertext. Hypertext is a document in electronic format. Documents on the web are linked by hyperlinks; this is how pages are transversed on the World Wide Web. Hyperlinks should always be the same size of font as the text around them. Otherwise an uncomfortable page shifting occurs when the link is hovered over.

High Contrast Text

Use the highest contrast possible for text. Black text on white page is best. Black pages with white text are very hard to read. -> Read more

New Drupal site set up

This is Larry Garfield's template Palantir Build Spec 1.0 for new Drupal sites to streamline the process. Larry is Palantir’s Senior Architect

5 Simple ways to avoid having your posts and articles marked as spam

  1. Use your real name.
  2. Make sure you are posting in the right place. Don't put some long article where a simple question or comment should be.
  3. Make sure your content or comment is the same subject and relevant to the website you are posting it on.
  4. Use proper language, correct spelling, grammar and no run on sentences.
  5. Post in the same language as the website you are posting your content on.

How to do a core update on your Drupal site

Occasionally you may need to do a core update on your Drupal site. This means to replace the Drupal program which is powering your site. This is actually pretty easy. -> Read more

What Is Web Mail?

Horde Web Mail

Web mail is read on your website as opposed to reading it on your computer. Although you use your computer to read web mail it physically resides on your website whereas email programs such as Outlook actually store email on your computer. This can take quite a large of space and in some extreme cases can render a computer unusable because of the large amount of system resources needed for the email program. This is especially true of email programs such as Outlook, which contain calendars, address books and keep track of files throughout your computer. -> Read more



  • 10:54 AM 24 October 2014