Contributing to an individual Luggage feature requires a bit of setup before you are ready to create a pull request. You will need to fork the desired Luggage feature and create pull requests to the development branch from there. There exists already comprehensive documentation to help you understand Luggage's Git architecture. We will be following the same method as described there, but with an individual Luggage feature. So let's get started!
Luggage Site Builder: builds websites starting with Luggage.
We encourage Luggage Site Builders to retain the Luggage update/upgrade pathway and leverage the flexibility to extend luggage. Luggage is built to scale and stretch.
git checkout origin master git remote add [luggage_branch] [luggage_repo] git pull [luggage_branch] master git checkout [luggage_branch]/master sites/all/modules/luggage/* .gitmodules sites/all/themes/* git add sites/all/modules/luggage git add .gitmodules git add sites/all/themes
Categories and tags are descriptive terms that help relate content. By creating excellent categories and tags, you can improve the searchability of your website. You can also help site visitors find what they are looking for and even what they didn't know they were looking for. This tutorial will explain characteristics of good category and tag terms and steps for how to create new terms.
Anonymous user a user who is not logged in to the website. This user only has the ability to view published content.
Authenticated User has several permissions to add content such as a page, news article, event, etc., however, this user may only edit their own content.
Content Editor has the ability to add content and edit all content. This user may also publish and unpublish any content on the site.
As of Luggage 3.2.2 we've made it easier to query Luggage for its version number. There are two ways to get the version number: on the site status page, and via drush.
Version from status page
admin/reports/status and find the version in the list of status reports
Suitcase is designed with web accessibility best practices in mind, and makes it easy for content owners to create accessible content.
For more resources and guides about web accessibility, visit ISU Digital Access.
A flexible Mega Panels layout works best when images are properly sized. An example use-case would be having three panels in a row, each with an image that fills the width of each panel.
In order for the image to fill the space allowed in the panel, create the images with the correct width to correspond with the size of the panel.
Iowa State University has digital font recommendations. One of these recommendations is to use the font called Nimbus Sans. This font is available through Adobe Typekit. ISU has a license to use the font for digital development. Nimbus Sans is the base font for the Suitcase theme. The font family is indicated in CSS as follows: 'Nimbus Sans','Helvetica Neue',Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;