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Hi there 👋 I'm Aaron Armstrong! A Drupal, Front-end And Accessibility Developer.

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I am currently working as a Developer over at Promet Source! where i've made some amazing websites such as,, and many more.

A little about me

I joined github 2012, working as a front-end Developer. Since then, I have 5000+ commits, worked at 3 different companies, and have created more than 100 Drupal and Wordpress websites.

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Github Streak

Languages and Tools:

👨‍💻 Languages 🌟 Tools
- SCSS - Javascript - HTML - Twig - PHP - SQL - Markdown - CSS - jQuery - JSON - YAML - Docker - Docksal - DDEV - Lando - Drupal - Wordpress - Atom IDE - JIRA - GULP - Emulsify - Node

Popular repositories

  1. This is a SCSS version of the Themify Icons which includes mixins to create themify icons on the fly.

    CSS 11 10

  2. This is a very simple & lightweight jQuery plugin which detects the orientation of different HTML attributes

    JavaScript 2

  3. Forked from jdhobbsuk/AnimateSCSS

    Sass version of Dan Eden's AnimateCSS

    CSS 1

  4. This is a small jQuery plugin that will take your desired region, and tell you the width of it as you resize your page.

    JavaScript 1

  5. My new portfolio site.

    CSS 1

  6. left Public

    Forked from holman/left

    Left is a clean, whitespace-happy layout for Jekyll.


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