May 27, 2014
Our customers like to be as self-sufficient as possible, and we encourage taking real ownership of your website. However, clients who ask us to teach them how to upgrade their Drupal site often exhibit skills ranging from content manager to… Read More
May 18, 2014
When we inherit Drupal sites for maintenance, I suggest implementing release control and creating a staging (test) site. Even if not for developing new features, a test website for Drupal support is a good idea. When new customers hear this, they… Read More
April 15, 2014
The release of the new Membership Entity module has brought up a number of good questions regarding its relationship to existing modules. (If you missed it, you can read the announcement blog post here.) One comparison in particular relates to… Read More
March 17, 2014
The Demand for Membership Management Modules Do you remember the days when all you could do when visiting a website was read the pages it was composed of? Those were simpler days, but also much less interesting. Today, there are literally thousands… Read More
February 27, 2014
While forms are used on almost every site, they are rarely themed. The out of the box forms that are rendered by our browsers are nice looking, but are still very old and plain. It is time to start theming forms properly! In this article, I will… Read More
February 14, 2014
Dashboards and control panels are commonly used to organize relevant information for the specific user in a format that is easy for the specific user to digest. We recently designed and created a set of visitor, citizen, and employee dashboards for… Read More
February 2, 2014
CSS3 has brought about an excellent internal animation system that is very easy to use. Using these new methods you can animate with CSS without any knowledge of Javascript. In this CSS3 tutorial I will demonstrate how to create a simple animation… Read More
December 26, 2013
It's been quite a while since we've posted on our blog. It's all good. We've released a number of smaller sites and a larger web app will be releasing early next year. In particular, the rate at which owners of Drupal sites are contacting us to… Read More
September 27, 2013
In Portland, I participated in the Friday sprints. Here in Prague, I will be leaving at 4 am on Friday to get back to business. Frankly, the only reason I came is that I felt I needed to be on the ground at DrupalCon Prague to truly experience the… Read More
September 26, 2013
As most of the Drupal community, the conference routine is very different from our regular schedule and, on the third day, we are all fatigued. I've been getting full nights' sleep, but others might be fatigued for other reasons. Aral Balkan's… Read More