The Onion Router (TOR) is an invention of the US Naval Research Lab, designed to allow for anonymous and secure web traffic. Originally intended for intelligence agents, with a brief detour through the less savory parts of the internet, but has come full circle with big names like ProPublica and Facebook using the service to provide their users with quiet side entrances to their websites. Inspired by their example, I’d like to show you how to provide TOR anonymity and privacy to your website users, without modifying a single bit on your production server!
What is debugging? Why should you bother with server side tools like the Devel suite, krumo, xdebug, or client side debugging using Firebug and LiveHTTPHeaders?
In this session we will give you a tour of useful debugging tools and techniques that can help you start to see into the inner workings of any version of Drupal, and give you a look behind the curtain at just what the browser is doing while the spinner spins.
While Drupal allows you to create and manage web sites without ever writing your own HTML5 and CSS3 code-- a basic understanding of code can greatly enhance your ability to work within the Drupal environment. HTML5 provides a scaffolding for all things you do with Drupal. Drupal modules and themes already allow the use of HTML5 and many require it to fully take advantage of the module.
In this fast paced session, you'll learn the basics of HTML5 code and CSS3 and understand how they relate to to the Drupal development environment.