Christopher Millward

Christopher Millward

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Aug 6, 2014

Sunchasers Developer Diary #2

Well, today's update isn't quite as glamorous as the last one, in which I unveiled Sunchasers and posted a build for everyone to share. I've hit an interesting point this week wherein the

Jul 30, 2014

Sunchasers Developer Diary #1

Hello and welcome to blogging day #1 of the developer diary for Sunchasers, my first real attempt at actually creating an honest-to-God release-worthy game. Why? Partially, I want a record of this so

Jan 28, 2014

Serving an XML Sitemap with Ghost

UPDATE: You can ignore pretty much everything below if you're running Ghost 0.5.7 or greater, which now includes sitemap.xml and robots.txt files out of the box! See the Ghost

Dec 22, 2013

Same spit, different shine

Well well well, isn't this a change! After months of flirting with the idea of porting the old blog design from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7, I decided to take a more interesting

Dec 13, 2013

Anatomy of a comment spam template

So I recently received a spam comment on this blogpost, and what immediately caught my eye was that this particular spammer's content-pinner didn't function properly, so the entire spam template and all of

Apr 6, 2013

Getting Things Done with ToodleDo

Ahoy! It's somehow been a year since my last full post (gack!), so I should probably get back on the horse and get writing again. To make up for it, how's about I

May 21, 2012

Anatomy of a Drupal Entity

On a recent project in which we had to create a number of different entities, I started a list of functions / classes / etc. that are required when creating an entity in Drupal 7.

Aug 24, 2011

Drupal ImageSearchField module

A Drupal module that provides an image field that supports both user-uploaded images, image URLs, and images returned by image-search APIs (e.g. Google's Image Search API, the Amazon API, etc.). The image-search

Aug 24, 2011

jQuery Ring Menu

The jQuery Ring Menu plugin allows for an animated ring-menu effect that positions a list of options in a circle. Looks nifty in motion, and has some usability benefits such as equidistant menu