At first blush, SEO and accessibility seem like different problems. However, a deeper look shows that the problem spaces overlap, as do some of the current best practice techniques for dealing with each, and they may come to share more of these in the future. Read more about Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together! Accessibility & SEO
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We are excited to be headed to BADCamp this week! We are ready to rock UC Berkeley with our sessions, trainings, and amazingness! ... all capped off with a Drupal 8 Multilingual (D8MI) Sprint. Read more about Hook 42 at BADCamp's Berkeley Homecoming Tour: 2015!
It took me a while, but the *nix command line won me over. The turning point came when I discovered the true potential of grep (which gets its name from globally search a regular expression and print). Grep is a great way to save time spent searching and better use that time doing. Read more about GREP or: How I Learned to Stop Searching and Love the Command Line
Corresponding Entity References (CER) is a very useful module if you have two entity references that talk to each other. If you update one entity reference, CER does all the work to make sure the other entity reference reflects that update. It makes it easy to quickly associate entity references without having to edit two entities. Read more about Keep Drupal Entity References in Sync with the CER Module
We are excited to be headed to NYC Camp this week! We are ready to rock the UN with our sessions and trainings... all capped off with a Drupal 8 Multilingual (D8MI) Sprint. Read more about Hook 42 + NYC Camp + The UN = All Multilingual, All The Time
Patrick Storey answers a few questions about working with the Drupal community and contributing to Drupal core. Just goes to show you do not have to be a ninja programmer or have 30 years Drupal experience to have a positive impact in the Drupal community! Thanks, Patrick. :) Read more about A Path from Drupal Newbie to Core Contributor
DrupalCon is a wonderful experience (even if it's in downtown LA!). We come together as a community to learn and share and have a fun time. The Hook 42 team grew a bit from last year and was fortunate to have 8 team members in LA. We had a great time and wanted to share some of our highlights with you. Read more about DrupalCon LA - A Few of Our Favorite Things
The purpose of this blog post is to tell others how in one week I went from fruitlessly searching the Issue Queue, to contributing to Drupal 8 while interacting with core contributors...and how you can too! I did this by triaging Issues that had the Novice Tag with the help of Drupal Mentors and I documented the process along the way. There are a ton of Issues left to triage and core contributors need your help! So, if you have some experience with Issues and/or core, you can help us too! Read more about Join me in Drupal 8 Novice Issue Validation
Building a multilingual site in Drupal 7 requires a lot of patience and a lot of special-purpose modules. Checkout my Multilingual Module Madness presentation from DrupalCon Portland if you want to learn more! ;) Read more about Handling Internal Links in Multilingual Drupal 7 Sites