Posts about Drupal

July 2, 2013 by Jonathan Dale
Architecting Drupal performance

One of the chief complaints from new Drupal users tends to relate to performance. Anyone attempting to run modern web applications will often find that they can only handle a small amount of traffic before the server and the site begin to collapse.

June 27, 2013 by JD Collier
Chrome Frame alternatives

We have depended on Google Chrome Frame to help us direct website visitors on older browsers to modern alternatives. Specifically, we use the Drupal Chrome Frame module to quickly implement this functionality.

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June 11, 2013 by Jonathan Dale
DrupalCon Portland Group Photo

While DrupalCon Portland ended nearly three weeks ago, some of us are just now decompressing from the experience. Spending a week with 3,300 attendees learning about and contributing to Drupal was both inspiring and instructive.

May 7, 2013 by Jonathan Dale
Building a Drupal website

Everplans.com is a website meant to help people prepare for and deal with death. The previous iteration of their site presented numerous technical challenges, making it difficult for their team to achieve their goals. It became Digett's job to give Everplans a website that works for, not against, its users and administrators. 

April 2, 2013 by JD Collier
Make life with Drupal easier

Easy cheesy! Here are three quick wins you can add to your Drupal site to make your life easier today.

March 20, 2013 by Jonathan Dale
Drupal 8 meets Symfony

When I began using Drupal five years ago, Drupal 6 had just been released and closely resembled a custom-built solution I was using at the time. At the same time, I had also evaluated Symfony 1.1 and determined that it didn't quite meet my needs. Little did I know that five years later I would be using both.

February 19, 2013 by Jonathan Dale
Superfish mega menus

Early last year, we discussed a few of the available solutions for building mega menus in Drupal 7. At that time, the method for building a Simple Mega Menu required doing some calculations and applying that logic using CSS. Now we have an even easier method available via the Superfish module.

February 6, 2013 by JD Collier
Help with browser testing

I'm excited about the future of web design/development. 

  • Screen-size agnostic approaches like responsive design using media queries. 
  • High resolution graphics. Apple has branded this high resolution display as a "Retina" display. Other manufacturers are beginning to come close to the same resolution level. No doubt, we...
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