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Lately, we’ve been working on updating a variety of sites and focusing on accessible content, design, and media. When going through some of our tasks, we uncovered a tricky accessibility compliance item: logos. Now they’re not tricky in the sense that we don’t know what to do with them, but they’re tricky because there is more than one method to solving their accessibility.
As our team continues to contribute to the Drupal community, we've been attending a variety of Drupal Core meetings. After each meeting we put together an overview or recap of key talking points from each discussion, or provide recaps given after the meeting to have all in one place. This article breaks down highlights from meetings this past week.
If you run a business or other organization with any online presence at all, you’ve probably hit a point where you wondered why Drupal and WordPress are so important. Building a CMS-based website isn’t as simple as download-and-play. Savvy site owners know that it’s best to rely on the expertise of experienced web developers to implement the appropriate solutions. Hook 42 offers developers versed in Drupal 7, Drupal 8, WordPress, Gatsby and more.
I first learned about Ansible at Jeff Geerling’s session DevOps for Humans: Ansible for Drupal Deployment Victory! at DrupalCon Austin. I also read (parts of) Jeff’s book Ansible for DevOps. So what is Ansible you ask? Ansible is a command line tool used for automation.
Last week I attended my first All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC. A month ago I didn’t know this conference existed right down the road from me, and now it may be one of my favorites.
As our team is expanding, and many people are contributing to the Drupal community, we've been attending a variety of Drupal Core meetings. After each meeting we put together an overview or recap of key talking points from each discussion. This article breaks down highlights from meetings this past week.
As some of its biggest strengths as a first-in-class Content Management System, Drupal 8’s Entity API and Field API provide for both the creation and maintenance of powerful, structured data architectures with relative ease.