Ok, I admit it - my decision to up sticks and head to Ibiza for the summer backfired a bit after I'd been in Ibiza for only one week and realised I was bored as anything.
That's not to say Ibiza is boring - of course not - but after I'd worked my socks off during the winter on a big web development project, I realised very quickly that I missed the daily "fun" (if you can call it that) of trying to make an open source content management system like Drupal do things it doesn't think it's meant to do.
Actually, I should make sure I remember this decision when, in many years' time,
(I'm jotting a lot down here today, mainly work-related geeky notes to myself. Feel free to ignore... ;o)
This morning, while demo-ing the development site I'm working on at the moment, I was horrified to see that all the CSS had vanished, leaving me with a very bare and broken-looking site.
The problem turned out to be caused by Drupal's "calendar popup" module, and disabling that module seems to have returned everything to normal, but of course now I don't have a calendar popup on date fields. Very frustrating...