With the latest release from Drupal also including the latest security fixes, it was time to update again. One issue that experienced Drupal developers are probably quite used to by now are the continual stream of security advisories that need to be addressed, especially if you are managing a site that also includes peoples data. This means regularly maintaining your site to ensure it is kept up to date and secure.
I have been using Drupal since 2009 and one of things that is impressive is how modular it is. The core Drupal build is very extensible and there are literally 100's of thousand's of contributed modules out there, many of them regularly updated and maintained by the very active open source Drupal community.
So it has taken me a while to come up with an idea for a Drupal module that no one else seems to have addressed, the idea of a 'CSS reset'.
I specialise in and have extensive experience taking websites from visualisation and concept stage to W3C standard compliant HTML, XHTML and CSS that is also cross browser compatible and also offers support for legacy browsers.
Since 2009 I have worked extensively with various php based Content Management Systems, especially Drupal 6 and 7, both of which I am quite experienced with now.