Squiz have recently announced the launch of Squiz's new open source web experience management platform: Squiz Suite.
Squiz is retiring MySource Matrix, but in name only. Meet Squiz Matrix!
At launch, the Suite will be comprised of the following components:
U.S. and U.K. companies and agencies cite quality, not cost, as the primary reason.
This year could be of critical importance to the open source software industry, with a recent survey showing a majority of businesses and organizations in the U.S. and United Kingdom expecting to increase investment in it this year.
A survey by Accenture also showed that nearly 40 percent of those queried also planned to migrate critical operations to open source systems in the next 12 months
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Until recently if I ever needed to create an element with a double border, like on the example below, I would use nested DIVs.
Some of us may have heard of such services as LESS (Leaner CSS) and Sass (Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets), but not many would have had a chance to use them. LESS was originally built with Ruby and allowed us to use variables, operators, mix-inx and nested selectors to construct our CSS.