Posted by Danielle Sheffler on May 19, 2015
You’re in good hands. A developer is building or renovating your organization’s website, and everything is shaping up as planned. You like what the developer has done and can’t wait to see the finished product.
Posted by Heather James on May 18, 2015
In the previous posts we’ve focused on defining your requirements and the basics of searching for modules. Once you’ve found a Drupal project you’re interested in, now you can make a quick evaluation of the project to determine if you should dig deeper before you test it out.
Posted by Danielle Sheffler on May 14, 2015
We’re at the halfway point of what hopefully has been a helpful guide for developers to make a website accessible for all visitors. (If you missed the first part of this two-part series, please click here.)
Posted by Heidi Wong on May 14, 2015
Last time, we discussed some big themes your Drupal 8 team should be synched up with, like object-oriented programming. Now we're going to drill down into more specifics on the technical side.
Posted by Heather James on May 14, 2015
In the first part of this series, you set out your list of requirements for a Drupal module of your dreams. In Drupal, modules extend the base functionality, and often there are contributed modules which will suit your needs.
Posted by peter manijak on May 08, 2015
The Acquia Certification Program is running a test center at DrupalCon LA in room 306A. Attendees can test their knowledge and skills and earn an Acquia Certification credential while at the event. Stop by and say hello! For those who have earned a credential in the past, we have special pins...
Posted by Danielle Sheffler on May 07, 2015
Creating the code that makes a website accessible to all visitors doesn’t have to be as time-consuming or resource-intensive as you might think. All you need to do is follow some simple steps that require a little extra time and effort. But these efforts will ensure that your Web content is at the...
Posted by Andrew Kenney on May 07, 2015
This is the first of a series of security-related postings, which Acquia will compile into a free ebook. In this entry, we’ll look at the perennial question: Is Open Source software inherently more secure than commercial closed-source software? Securing applications is an ongoing process. It’s a...
Posted by Allison Nolan on May 05, 2015
You know how when you're buying a car, and the questions just keep on coming? And the salesperson keeps making roundtrips to the manager's desk? It's kind of like that when you're considering where to host your website. There's always time for more questions. It's one less surprise later on....