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Using the Omega theme for your responsive Drupal 7 website. Tricks & Tips

Using the Omega theme for your responsive Drupal 7 website. Tricks, Tips and More.

With responsive being the new cool for websites, we will take a look at the popular Omega theme from Drupal 7, and share some of the tricks to making it work the way you want. This is not a "what is responsive design?" type presentation, there are enough of those on the web to fill your heart with joy. This is a real world solution finding discussion with demos of a soon to be launched website. Trent Stromkins is a front end developer at ImageX Media, and runs his own freelance shop Small Robot.

Lightning Talks

Attendees are invited to share their experience by giving a 2 to 4 minute presentation on any topic of interest to the Drupal community. If you want to use a laptop to show a website or control panel please be sure you have the necessary cable (vga) to connect to an overhead projector.

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  • david h.

    A great meetup, Trent had a boatload of great ideas, I took copious notes Thanks!

    June 29, 2012

  • Tony C.

    I was gonna say Arne: Cool picture! - I thought about adding my comment to the list as well. Thanks for the pointer.

    June 14, 2012

  • Arne O.

    CKEditor looks a little more like WordPress. Discussions can probably go here:

    June 14, 2012

  • Tony C.

    I'm looking for suggestions for a WYSIWYG editor that doesn't require the content editor to have any technical understanding. They want WordPress style entry, I want Drupal extensibility and performance. TinyMCE doesn't look like WordPress out of the box... so what are my options?

    June 14, 2012

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