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Flexible Drupal Design for Nontechnical Designers

What’s your roadmap?

That’s the question I ask any potential client I speak with. What’s your plan for creating content on your website? What path are you going to take to migrate from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8?

Knowing those answers helps me understand how Duo can best help them with their website needs. Inevitably, though, if they are looking for a redesign or a rebuild, they are going to hear me talk about Flex pages.

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Adding Commerce to the Drupal CMS

When you think about digital technology today, it’s easy to get inspired. Think of everything that you can do technologically today that you couldn’t do 10 years ago, or maybe even two years ago.

We have so much tech around us, it’s also easy to get overwhelmed.

This past Wednesday, I felt both feelings within a few hours of one another.

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Changing Drupal’s (Material) Admin Experience

There are so many good things that we’ve heard about Drupal from clients over the years, and we truly think it is the most powerful content management system (CMS) available today. With all of that being said, though, there has always been one consistent complaint.

The back-end user experience is not as good as it could be.

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Drupal Paragraphs Module & Flex Pages

One of Drupal’s greatest strengths is its variety of modules that help users and developers to customize the platform to their specific needs. As part of an ongoing series, we asked Duo team members to spotlight one module they think is a must-have for any Drupal site.

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Using Drupal and JavaScript for Accessibility

JavaScript and screen readers have an interesting relationship. For years, there has been a perceived conflict between the programming language and the tools used to make websites more accessible.

That perceived conflict is just that — perceived. In reality, there’s no reason why the two can’t work together to make a more powerful product for users to engage with.

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Drupalgeddon 2.0 & Drupal Security

A little more than one month ago, the Drupal Security team alerted the Drupal community that a necessary security update was on its way to fix a major vulnerability that put more than one million Drupal-run websites at risk.

Dubbed Drupalgeddon 2.0 for its potential severity, the patch was designed for Drupal Core and developed to put a stop to the bug before it could inflict much damage.

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Deciding between Drupal and WordPress

Congratulations! Your business wants a new website, and you’ve been put in charge with determining what content management system (CMS) you should go with: WordPress or Drupal.


Let the fun begin.

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Drupal and GDPR

There are four letters that have been on the minds of web developers recently.

GDPR. 

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, which are new regulations set to debut on May 25, 2018, that will limit what personal information websites

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Drupal, Salesforce and Community

 

On this blog, we've frequently talked about one of Drupal's biggest strengths being its dedicated community of developers spread around the world. These developers are constantly making updates to modules and managing the security of the open-source software so that Drupal-site owners don't have to worry about the safety and functionality of their website.

But what does that process actually look like?

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