Sarah Durham (00:00): A few things about the structure of the Zoom Webinars. So we are recording and after today’s webinar, we are going to post the recording and a transcript of the recording on our website. We will also be sending it out. Usually we send out an email with any resources or …Read more »
Drupal Maintainability III – Self Documentation
It’s been a while since I’ve done an article in the Maintainability series, but that’s how the web business goes – alternating between insane activity and manageable momentum. This time we’re talking about writing self-documenting code. For those of you who write code, be it theming, CSS, module development, or anything else I think self-documenting …Read more »
Drupal Maintainability II – Separation of Church and State
This week’s blog post on Drupal maintainability is about keeping things separated (You can take a look at the other posts in the series). Drupal is really powerful. One of the core assumptions is that every site will be different and so everything can be manipulated and extended to your heart’s content. And for any …Read more »
Drupal Maintainability I – Let Drupal work for you.
Here at Advomatic our bread and butter are site planning, Drupal development, and Drupal hosting. We host many of the large Drupal sites that you the Drupal community have created. Along with that we have recently started offering a drupal maintenance service. We offer security upgrades and ongoing maintenance for the sites that we host. …Read more »