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Drupal 8 offers considerable functionality for managing fielded content. Unexpected business needs, however, can result in less-than-ideal workarounds, such as rich text, when time, budget, or data constraints prevent more Drupal-specific solutions, such as Views. Maintainability can be impacted Read More
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Conversations about web accessibility too often miss the bigger picture and the paramount importance of broadening our perspectives for the digital age.  For this reason, it’s extremely important to understand, before getting into the weeds of compliance, that there are multiple facets of digital Read More
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  Based on our conviction at Promet Source that web accessibility matters, we evaluated the websites of leading Republican and Democratic 2020 presidential candidates for accessibility. The scans were conducted on November 4, 2019, and the above infographic offers a glimpse into how the Read More
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It's the season for celebrating scary stuff -- ghosts, goblins, ghouls, haunted houses and the whole host of night creatures.  One thing that does not need to end up on the list that provokes a loud scream: Preparing for Drupal migration. If you are still on Drupal 7, you know that you need to Read More
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By Tracy Hinson
October 22, 2019
The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to pass on reviewing Robles v. Domino’s Pizza has served as a wake-up call for businesses that were holding off on remediating their sites for accessibility.  Robles, who is visually impaired, sued Domino’s Pizza due to a lack of screen reader software Read More
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