Five Minute Logo looks great on Business Cards and T-Shirts!

In an effort to continue my transition to a Drupal Developer, I thought I should rebrand myself. Since I like surprises, I ordered a five minute logo designed by professional graphic designer Von Glitschka. This being a five minute logo that only cost me $5, I had no input and no refunds. If I didn't like it, too bad. After all, it was only $5. Initially, I figured I would get something that would spark an idea. Then I would refine the design myself. However, after seeing the new logo and it's meaning, I thought it would be memorable and look great on t-shirts and business cards.

The original way it was designed has my name on bottom. On a t-shirt this works well because the icon is pointing up at my head as if it's saying: "This Guy is Awesome!" On business cards this didn't make sense so I moved my name to the top to get the same point across.

So here are my fresh and fancy business cards and t-shirts. I decided to order business cards from MOO because they have the square cards I was looking for. For just a few dollars more I upgraded the cards to have nice orange edges that match the t-shirts ordered from CustomInk (see below). Overall I think this quick and dirty method of branding is coming together nicely.

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CSS Magic for displaying Drupal's multiple field values with delimiters in panelized pages

This is a simple approach to displaying multiple field values in panels with delimiters. We will create a custom CSS class that can be added to any panel expected to contain multiple field values. Once the class is applied to the panel, we can add CSS to our stylesheet which transforms the default waterfall list into a nicely formatted delimiter separated list.

First, click the cog wheel for the panel you want to apply the styles to and click "CSS Properties". Then input "field-items-inline" in the "CSS class" field and click "Save".

The CSS:

/* field delimiters for multi value fields in panels */
/* force multiple values inline */
.field-items-inline .field-items div{
    display: inline;
/* add comma and space after each value */
.field-items-inline .field-items div:after{
    content: ",\0020";
/* remove comma and space from last value */
.field-items-inline .field-items div:last-child:after{
    content: "";

Aside from the custom ".field-items-inline" class, we are only targeting default Drupal classes. This makes the code reusable for any panel you want to apply the custom class to.