Monthly Archive:: September 2013

Internet Explorer 10 / IE11 – Drops Conditional Comments – Solutions

If you were expecting something good — sorry to disappoint you. This is a rant (though I tried to include some helpful code and a link for 2 methods of dealing with this). Regardless, IE10 dropping conditional comment support is OLD NEWS to many of you. When Internet Explorer 10 was released, Microsoft decided to

How to Fix: Internet Explorer YouTube Video Showing Above Fixed Element / Ignoring Z-Index

Internet Explorer has an issue? No way! Joking aside…Today I encountered an issue with YouTube iframes showing above a top-aligned, fixed navigation bar, which became obvious as you scrolled down the page and the video showed on top. This is not difficult to fix. You can modify the embed code pretty painlessly to get it

Drupal – Fix White Screen of Death!

Drupal can be an absolute mess to work with sometimes, especially when new to it. And generally speaking, you’ll encounter the White Screen of Death at least once in your Drupal experience if you do any sort of module or theme editing / creation. Luckily, it can be easy to fix. Just follow the below

WordPress – PHP for Simple Related Links (Using Categories)

Want to display posts from the same category as whatever post is being viewed? No problem. Simply copy the below and paste it into your theme wherever you’d like them to be displayed. Good spots: bottom of the post, footer, sidebar. This is set to spit out 5 posts right now. Change as needed. <?php

Video: Unity 4.3 New 2D Tools & Workflow

I love game engines. And Unity is one of the biggest out there. They’ve recently released information that they’re adding 2D tools to their 3D game engine, which of course is big news! Here’s a recently released video on it.

Outlook 2010 – Responsive Email Template Using Conditionals and Media Queries

Responsive design is thought of generally as just a technique for websites. People don’t generally think about the role it plays in emails. But they should. Designing for email is a different beast. If you thought designing for websites was a pain, then you haven’t had to deal with the different email clients out there

Drupal – How I Fixed “Trying to get property of non-object” / “array_flip()” Module Error

When moving items from a staging server over to a production server, you occasionally run into strange issues (especially when they’re not 100% identical). This particular server has some older, “secure” settings enabled (such as Safe Mode for PHP). When installing a Drupal module manually, things went well until I tried to use its upload