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Imagine if you will, you have an Events link on your main menu. Someone clicks on it and the Events landing page is loaded in their browser. How was this page built? With Drupal, you have several options.  If you are the kind of person who likes to have a say in the way things are done, be it… Read More
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Have you ever tried logging in or registering to a website and you were asked to identify some distorted numbers and letters and type it into the provided box? That is the CAPTCHA system. The CAPTCHA helps to verify whether your site's visitor is an actual human being or a robot. Not a… Read More
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In 2017, 77% of Americans own a smartphone, a phenomenal increase from just 35% in 2011 (source: Pew Research Center Mobile Fact Sheet). And we are not just talking about a single screen size here! There is a multitude of screen sizes to consider from different versions of iPhones, android. And… Read More
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With the introduction of Drupal 8, the Drupal project introduced a bit of a paradigm shift for managing configuration for Drupal sites, moving toward encapsulating configuration separately from content and providing a mechanism to manage configuration changes more effectively through Configuration… Read More
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Do you have a ton of images and videos stored on your Drupal website, making locating the right content a nightmare? Or perhaps you have two websites with WordPress and Drupal that share the same images? If you are looking for a better way to integrate your content into Drupal, look no further than… Read More
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Google’s search ranking algorithm was updated in 2015 to reflect a critical factor in user experience: mobile accessibility. More than half of all searches in major markets such as the U.S. and Japan happen on mobile devices, so Google began ranking webpage results with a mobile layout and design… Read More
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Mobile search
When we discuss Continuous Integration, one of the core principles is a process for self-testing your Drupal site build. Automated testing was a thorny prospect in previous versions of the Drupal CMS. That is, until the release of Drupal 8. This post covers how and why Drupal 8's support for… Read More
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“WWW” doesn’t stand for Wild Web West. Modern day web applications need to be secure from any threats, and while the Internet is an open network and anyone is subjected to potential damage, the question is, “How do we prevent or at least minimize this risk?" Security is more critical… Read More
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Web security
At MidCamp (Midwest Drupal camp), I found out a really fascinating thing about Drupal 8: Support for PHPUnit is going to be part of the base distribution. This means a great deal to Solutions Architects and Developers at Promet because we have been striving to integrate automated tests into our… Read More
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PrometSource + Drupal + Continuous Integration
An installation profile "turns on" functionality and pre-configures a Drupal Installation so that, instead of starting with a blank slate, you have a customized installation fit for your needs and close to being production-ready. It is important to note that installation profiles need to have… Read More
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