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Attaching custom libraries to an element in Acquia Site Studio

Attaching custom libraries to a component/template in Acquia Site Studio

Acquia Site Studio is a low-code, Drupal add-on available for Acquia subscribers which allows users to create…
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Masonry layout with Site Studio

Masonry layout with Acquia Site Studio

Masonry is a grid layout based on columns with auto-placement, but without sticking to a strict grid for the…
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Styling your Next.js Application

Styling your Next.js application

Next.js is opinionated about how to organize your JavaScript code, but it's not opinionated about whether…
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Site Studio Theme Architecture

Site Studio - Theme Architecture

While working on Site Studio developers mostly work on the site-building part instead of writing code in the…
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Frontend build tool with PostCSS and Gulp

Frontend build tool with PostCSS and Gulp

Frontend build tools can save a lot of valuable time and make a frontend developers life much easier. This…
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Implementing Right-To-Left Styling with CSS Logical Properties

Implementing Right-To-Left Styling with CSS Logical Properties

Converting an LTR website to RTL can be challenging at times. Let's look at the challenges and approaches to…
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Cypress Automation for e-commerce site

Cypress Automation for e-commerce site

To deliver flawless user experience an e-commerce site demands numerous functional and the end to end tests.…
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Layout builder asset injector module

Layout Builder Asset Injector module

The Layout Builder Asset Injector module allows site builders to add CSS and JS to the layout builder blocks…
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Views Attach Library in Drupal 8

Views Attach Library module: Drupal 8

This module is designed to attach JS and CSS library in views, by merely mentioning the library name. It…
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CSS Houdini

Building powerful custom properties with CSS Houdini

In these series of blogs, we will talk about Houdini - the new era of CSS. Before jumping right into CSS…
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