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  • Drupal 8 Campaign Builder

    Recently, we were asked if we could integrate some small, one-page websites into an existing Drupal website. This would not only make it easier to manage those different websites and their content, but also reduce the hosting and maintenance costs. Continue reading →

    Drupal 8 Campaign Builder

  • Quick Setup with Composer Template for Drupal Projects

    Pairing Composer template for Drupal Projects with Lando gives you a fully working Drupal environment with barely any setup.

    Lando is an open-source, cross-platform local development environment. It uses Docker to build containers for well-known frameworks and services written in simple recipes. If you haven’t started using Lando for your local development, we highly recommend it. It is easier, faster, and relatively pain-free compared to MAMP, WAMP, VirtualBox VMs, Vagrant or building your own Docker infrastructure.

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    Quick Setup with Composer Template for Drupal Projects

  • Drupal Modules to Help Improve Your SEO

    So you just finished building an awesome new website on Drupal, but now you’ve run into a new dilemma. How do optimize the site for search engines? Search engine optimization, or SEO, can be overwhelming, but don’t let that cause you to ignore certain things you can do to help drive traffic to your website. There’s nothing worse than spending countless hours to develop a web application, only to find out that users aren’t able to find your site. This can be extremely frustrating, as well as devastating if your company or business heavily relies on organic traffic. Continue reading →

    Drupal Modules to Help Improve Your SEO

  • Migrating Drupal 7 redirects to Drupal 8

    When migrating from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8, it is important to remember to migrate over the redirects as well. Without the migrations users will not find your content if for example: the redirect was shared on social media. Using the Migrate Plus module, it is quite simple to write a migration for the redirects. The Migrate Plus module contains some good examples on how to get started writing your custom migrations. Continue reading →

    Migrating Drupal 7 redirects to Drupal 8

  • Composer FTW! RIP Drush Make?

    In the modern world of web / application development, using package managers to pull in dependencies has become a de-facto standard. In fact, if you are developing enterprise software and you aren’t leveraging package managers I would challenge you to ask yourself why not? Continue reading →

    Composer FTW! RIP Drush Make?

  • Adding pURL Multidomain XMLSitemap

    On a recent project, we had to create multiple sitemaps for each of the domains that we have setup on the site. We came across some problems that we had to resolve because of the nature of our pURL setup.

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    Adding pURL Multidomain XMLSitemap

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