When promoting Drupal, one benefit always springs to mind: the community. What makes the Drupal web framework so robust is its committed and widespread user base.
The biggest change that Drupal 8 brought to the front-end development process was the introduction of the Twig templating engine. Twig templates in Drupal 8 replace the PHP Template files used in Drupal 7 (recognized by their extension, ".tpl.php"), and they come with many benefits.Continue Reading
In a crowded digital landscape, choosing the right partner for your web projects is more important than ever. While nearly anyone can choose a template and design a basic website, creating a robust and engaging web platform takes experience, skill and teamwork.
For modern businesses, just having a website isn’t good enough. The internet is everywhere, and users are all over it. If a brand’s digital output doesn’t reflect your brand or isn’t immediately intuitive, users will quickly exit out and try someone else.Continue Reading
A PHP code execution bug affecting the Drupal core CMS has been discovered. The Drupal team has released a highly critical new security patch as a fix, urging all system administrators to update affected modules and configurations immediately.Continue Reading
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 When this happens, sites still relying on outdated software face degraded performance and security risks.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.Continue Reading
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.Continue Reading
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.Continue Reading
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.Continue Reading