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Sarah Braumiller

Senior Software Engineer at Tahzoo.

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Implementing Site Types within SDL Web 8.5

September 10, 2018

The challenge “How can we have the ability to share page layouts, component layouts, and functionality across websites, while maintaining unique design?” This is a common question for many companies today, as they try to leverage development efforts across their main site, blog sites an... Read More »

Dear Ms. FEWD: Target Practice

January 11, 2017

Dear Ms. FEWD, I have two questions around the anchor tag’s target attribute. 1. When should a link open in a new browser tab, versus opening in the same browser window? 2. I know target=”_blank” and target=”_self”. Are there any other types, and do you have ... Read More »

Dear Ms. FEWD: Responsive Images

February 03, 2017

Dear Ms. FEWD, All the developers are using responsive images these days. I’ve read about <picture>, but I’ve been told that’s just for “art direction”. What should I use when it’s the same image, but it just needs to be different sizes? Thanks, Size M... Read More »

Dear Ms. FEWD: Hexadecimal Colors

October 10, 2017

Dear Ms. FEWD, I want to become better with hexadecimal colors. I can color pick with a tool like Photoshop, but I would love to be able to look at the hex and know what color it is. Any advice? Thanks, Pigment of Your Imagination Dear Pigment, Let’s start ... Read More »

Dear Ms. FEWD: Going in Circles

May 15, 2018

Dear Ms. FEWD, I’m in 7th grade. I always hear kids asking, “When am I ever going to use this math?!” and I’m guilty of the thought, too. When does an adult ever solve for x? Why do we need to know the formulas and equations for shapes? Can you give some good... Read More »

Dear Ms. FEWD: Accessible Sites

October 31, 2017

Dear Ms. FEWD, How do you make a site accessible to a wide number of disabilities? What types of things does a developer need to take into consideration when coding an accessible site? Thanks, AccessiBill Dear AccessiBill, There are a number of things we ca... Read More »