Language Dept. is an innovative and pioneering design agency from New York City. We were honored when they asked Boyle Software to build their new website to better showcase their award-winning digital and print designs.Continue reading
We are proud to announce the publication of the latest Men’s Fitness (and Men’s Journal) magazine website. This is the latest in a series of magazine websites we converted to WordPress CMS.Continue reading
For the last few years, I’ve been working closely with Dstillery to develop a variety of consumer tools within the digital advertising space. As we collaborated with data scientists and engineers to create tools for their clients to manage and understand their audiences, it felt like a revamp of the corporate website would be in order. With every new product, we were enabling their customers the ability to effectively understand their data. We wanted to convey to potential customers that same feeling—data isn’t scary. Continue reading
Over the past several months, we’ve had a number of developers join our team in New York and Ukraine, but we’re constantly growing and we are still looking for more! Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Galvanized Media has brought two of their most popular websites onto our HeartyHosting platform. As of July 1st, both Eat This, Not That! and Best Life are now on Boyle Software’s powerful cloud-hosting service, optimized for the kind of high-traffic these media sites receive on a regular basis. We have been handling overall development of Galvanized’s WordPress sites for several months now, but we are really happy that they have selected HeartyHosting for this pair of flagship properties.
Building custom themes for Drupal can be done with tons of approaches and many different ways of automating routine CSS operations. Here is the short list of tools I use with Gulp that I find solve close to 100% of the most common needs for Drupal (as well as for other CMS custom development). Feel free to share your thoughts on this list in the comments below. Continue reading
Lots of new features were introduced with the new OK! revamp: an “Exclusives” carousel, a “Blast from the Past” block, “Trending” zones, and a bunch of UX improvements. Photo galleries were improved not only in design but a “switcher” was also added, giving editors the ability to choose between different layouts: slideshows, list views, etc.
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The today’s workaround is for the bug in “node preview” functionality. It is not frequently used, but can be rather convenient for large websites with moderation enabled. The bug can be spotted only when CSS styles, applied to the node/page template rely on the <body> CSS classes, namely the core-added page-node-type-[node bundle] body class. It helps to effectively distinguish different node templates, and therefore are widely relied on by front-end developers. However, in preview mode, this class appears entirely missing, which breaks the styling.