If you are an e-commerce store owner, there are many big decisions that you have to make that can directly impact your company. What products do you need to carry? How are you going to determine the price, and what shipping services will you use? You need to answer all these questions … Read more
Drupal and WordPress are two of the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) in the world. But when it comes to choosing the best one among these two, it all depends on your short and long-term goals. If you are looking for an open-source and user-friendly solution to all your web problems, … Read more
What is a CDN? A Content Delivery Network is a set of servers placed across the world. If you have used shared hosting for your website, it means that your data center is specific to one location only. If a visitor far away from your data center is accessing your site pages, … Read more
If you are really serious about your website performance and want to increase the site loading speed, you should start using a Content Delivery Network (CDN). A CDN will reduce the load on your host servers by loading static and common media files from fast-loading remote servers. As there are lots … Read more
Nowadays, most WordPress themes are provided with some kind of drag and drop page builders. By using these builders, you can create advanced layouts within minutes. However, if your theme does not have a page builder, you can use third-party page builder plugins. In today’s post, I will introduce you to … Read more
We are going to start doing a “roundup” of articles and news related to Drupal in the coming months. There is so much information being written, we are sure we’re missing some of the important things happening in our daily news tools and filters. Posting updates like this will help us keep an eye on what’s new with Drupal 8 and also give our readers a good idea of upcoming features and improvements in Drupal and in the Drupal community.
Do you remember the Atari 2600 game called Pitfall? If you don’t, it’s probably because you’re too young to remember the Atari… or perhaps it’s just because I’m getting too old. 🙂 Nevertheless, I think the game Pitfall sums up the feelings I often get when I notice something amiss or inherently wrong with one of our Drupal website’s SEO. When I see those areas not optimized, or that we just missed or overlooked, I can’t help but feel like the little 2D pitfall guy jumping over those vicious cobras or alligators. It’s NOT a good feeling. The landscape for SEO modules and external SEO tools has changed tremendously over the past few years.
Drupal can be difficult at first, but its PHP platform can be very rewarding with regards to functionality, online support, and versatility. Where Drupal really starts to shine is at a more advanced level of understanding just what’s “under the hood” in this powerful CMS. In order to get to a more advanced level, new Drupal users, or those wanting to delve deeper into Drupal’s inner-workings should first grasp the most popular Drupal terms to leap those critical, initial hurdles.
When it comes to hosting a Drupal website, lot of people gets befuddled and confused about choosing a shared hosting provider. And so, if you’re going through such a dilemma then we’ll recommend you to read through this post to get a better understanding of Drupal shared hosting in detail. Reading this post will help you learn about the reasons as to why you should use shared hosting for your Drupal site, some disadvantages that you’ll most likely encounter on running your site on shared hosting and more.
Drupal is an open source CMS (Content Management System) framework which is written in PHP scripting language and Drupal freely available to download and use. The Drupal framework, modules, and even themes are distributed under the GNU General Public License. Drupal is used as backend framework to manage websites ranging from personal websites, blogs, government, political and corporate sites.