I do not consider myself a coder. My contributions in the issue queues both in drupal.org as well as in the GitHub repository of Backdrop CMS had very little to do with actual code.
We have been experimenting with the use of a Mural Board for the upcoming Backdrop LIVE.
MURAL is a digital workspace for visual collaboration, where everyone can do their best work together.
In other words, a Mural Board is a fancy virtual white board that can be used for collaboration and facilitating virtual meetings.
Backdrop LIVE is March 12-13 (or 14th in some places)
Over the last two weeks, we’ve had a robust and enthusiastic discussion (70 posts as of last count) in the Backdrop CMS forum about how to improve our Outreach efforts.
The discussion will continue in upcoming Outreach meetings, every other Thursday at 8:00PM UTC (Noon Pacific Time - USA).
In Backdrop, as in Drupal, there usually seems to be more than one way of doing the same thing, and in this blog contribution I am not suggesting that this is THE way to theme your site, it just happens to be a way I have used with some success.
For people coming to Backdrop from Drupal 7 (and those starting Backdrop from scratch), layouts are often one of the most difficult new concepts to grasp. One of the challenging aspects can be figuring out (or setting) which URL(s) a given layout will be applied on. In this blog post, I’ll discuss some of the technical aspects of layouts that might help users build an overall “mental model” of how layouts work.
To start, let me point out some existing useful links relevant to layouts: