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What to do before PHP 7.1 reaches End-of-Life

Nothing lasts forever, and software is no exception. As new solutions are developed, support and updates for older versions eventually drop off. When this happens, sites still relying on outdated software face degraded performance and security risks. Staying ahead of this curve is crucial to maintaining a website. 

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4 Accessibility Issues You Can Fix Today

If you build a website, you need to make sure everyone can use it. Nobody sets out to make a purposefully inaccessible website, but if you don’t consider these issues before and during the design phase, gaps will emerge.

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Why an Accessibility Audit is the Right Choice for You

At the risk of stating the obvious, making your website accessible to all users is always a good practice. Setting aside the morality of inclusive design, organizations who neglect accessibility concerns may be at risk.

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DrupalCon Seattle 2019 has Something for Everyone

While it may be a few months away, it’s never too early to start getting excited about 2019’s iteration of DrupalCon. This year’s show will be held in Seattle from April 8-12 and will attract members of the Drupal community from over 200 countries.

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Drupal's Admin UI is Getting a Facelift

In a past life, I worked as an editor for a couple of B2B websites. The first one ran on Drupal 7, while the second, launched several years after the first, was built out on Drupal 8. When this D8 site was ready for action, I was eager to dive in and test out all of the bells and whistles.

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Now is the Time for a Drupal 8 Upgrade

There’s no getting around it: Website redesigns are expensive, arduous processes. From project management to quality testing, the challenges involved in undergoing such a design overhaul are legion. Given the costs involved and the extent of labor needed to update any given site, delaying or putting off a major design overhaul is an understandable stance from business owners.  

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3 Trends in the Drupal Editing Experience

As we step into 2019, it’s a good time to stop and take a look at what’s been happening with the Drupal editing experience. 2018 seemed to be the “year of the editor” for not only Drupal, but the entire open source CMS world.

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The Great Gatsby.js

Earlier this fall, I attended BADCamp 2018, an annual celebration of open-source software. The conference was held in Berkeley, CA and featured four days filled with talks and training sessions about the latest tools to hit the open-source world.

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5 tips for writing a great RFP

In our work at Duo, we see a lot of RFPs. For those who don't know, an RFP is a request for proposal, and it basically is a document potential clients share with us that tells us about the type of work they're looking for. We look over the information provided in the RFP, and from that, we try to put together as detailed of a proposal as possible.

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