Using utility classes (like Tachyons) on a Drupal 7 project

We all want to move quickly to create awesome interfaces right? Well, if you’re on Drupal 7, you know that it isn’t exactly the best system to quickly make great front end interfaces with. I’ve recently found that using Panels/Panelizer and the Tachyons’ spacing classes, I can crank out interfaces very quickly. This is beautiful […]

Follow up on scalable, maintainable CSS

I wrote down some ramblings about this subject a while back after first reading about it through @mrmrs on Twitter. The idea of single function CSS classes was weird and seemed unnatural at first, but I was very intrigued. I considered this idea around the same time I was realizing that, at work, I basically keep […]

Thoughts on scalable, maintainable CSS

https://twitter.com/mrmrs_/status/713314317890879488 This post is heavily inspired by the article referenced in the above tweet. If you haven’t already read it, stop what you’re doing and go read it. Every once in a while you come across a post that challenges your assumptions and makes you take a step back and evaluate your process. I know […]

Helpful LESS mixin to convert hex value to rgba

Recently I was trying to come up with a way to assign a LESS color variable to an element’s background and give it some transparency (WITHOUT using opacity). The rgba function seemed to be the wisest choice, but I had a bunch of hex colors defined in my LESS sheet, not rgba values. Luckily, I […]