2018 Drupal News
Your current website/platform is built on Drupal 7 and news has hit your ears about 7’s end of life (EOL). Maybe your site is a Drupal 8 site and you want to know what the future has in store for you. Good news is, you don’t have to do anything immediately,... - News from Planet Drupal
QED42 has always been an ardent participant in the Drupal community. We pride ourselves for contributing to the Drupal community... - News from Planet Drupal
Three years ago, I started to talk about "coming to an agreement within the Drupal community and sponsoring a Webform feature." In that blog post, I discussed creating a reusable and free-to-use agreement template with a defined process which could make it easier for organizations to sponsor feature requests. Now I want to share my current process for handling sponsored feature requests to the Webform... - News from Planet Drupal
To keep up with consumer demand, businesses need to tactically rethink and reform the... - News from Planet Drupal
In this post, we’ll take a look at what you need to consider when preparing images for the web and... - News from Planet Drupal
The Drupal Community Working Group (CWG) consists of volunteers who help promote the health of the Drupal community; maintain and uphold the Drupal Code... - News from Planet Drupal
We are on our journey to master the Drupal performance, after having our previous Part 1: Caching published a couple of weeks ago, we've been lucky enough to get into Issue 386 of TheWeeklyDrop newsletter, Planet... - News from Planet Drupal
For this month’s SC DUG, Mauricio Orozco from the South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs shared his notes and lessons learned during his first DrupalCon North America.
While upgrading to the latest version is always part of the best practice, the process can be staggering.
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Content editors can help make the web a more accessible place, one published moment at a... - News from Planet Drupal
In my experience, a big part of making a Drupal 8 site usable for content editors is customizing the WYSIWYG, which usually includes adding a couple additional CKEditor plugins.
Of course, you can simply download the plugins into the 'libraries' folder, and that's fine. But these days, it's becoming best practice to pull in all of your site's dependencies... - News from Planet Drupal
Earlier this week, The Cut ran a piece about a “Tinder Hacker” who created a fake profile with his roommate’s photos, then hooked a piece of code up to the Tinder API and did some very simple string substitutions so that men who messaged “her”–after “she” swiped right on them–were tricked into actually talking to other men who did the same. In brief, he put strangers in contact with each other... - News from Planet Drupal
One of the best things about Drupal’s open-source ecosystem is that it empowers you to be open-minded. Given the vast array of solutions and modules available, users can customize their site to their whims. Alternatively, if you think up and code something new, your contributions can be shared online with other users. With all of the customization available, Drupal is a conducive platform for outside-the-box thinking.
“..an inclusive community, we are committed to making sure that Drupal is an accessible... - News from Planet Drupal
Agiledrop.com Blog: Interview with Tim Lehnen: When you're trying to make a mark in the digital space, Drupal is your best choice
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We live in an age of Drupal complexity. In the early days of Drupal, many developers would have a single Drupal instance/environment (aka copy) that was their production site, where they would test out new modules and develop new functionality. Developing on the live website however sometimes met with disastrous consequences when things went wrong! Over time, technology on the web grew, and nowadays it's fairly standard to have a Drupal project running on multiple environments... - News from Planet Drupal