Tagged: Planet Drupal

We’ve got your back: planning for Drupal 7 end-of-life

On June 24, 2020 Drupal.org announced that Drupal 7’s end of life has been extended until November 2022 because of the impact of COVID-19 on budgets and capacity. This article still remains relevant– but please note that the dates have been pushed back a year.    If you have a Drupal 7 website, you might

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The Advomatic Team Reflects on Drupalcon and NTC 2018

Two weeks ago, the Advomatic team divided up and went to both Drupalcon in Nashville and the Nonprofit Tech Conference in New Orleans – they happened at the same time this year. (A few of us went to both!) The short story is: We had a great time and met a lot of people and

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Diversity and Staying Grounded: Recapping Drupalcon 2018

It was great to get back to DrupalCon this year.  I really enjoyed the Con, and this was one of my favorite DrupalCons in the eight years I’ve been going. Drupal as a community is getting more serious about diversity. In the past, there’s been an undercurrent of people saying “diversity is good” for a

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A Week of Firsts at Drupalcon

I went to DrupalCon this year with the goal of doing things a bit differently this time. I’m a bit of an introvert with people at first, but I’ve been told I don’t come off that way. So, I decided to leverage that and just push myself through things that, in years past, I would

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Using Configuration Split to have dev-only configuration in Drupal 8

The problem If you are using Drupal’s Configuration Management subsystem to deploy configuration out to the production environment, you’ll run into a problem where the configuration .yml files contain your development settings.  To avoid this you’ll need to use the Configuration Split module.  I couldn’t find any good documentation for this, so I had to

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Theming Drupal 8 pages based on URL

We’ve been all heads down over here, digging in to Drupal 8. We are trying to figure out best practices for the front end, now that we are no longer building new sites in Drupal 7, and documenting as we go. It has been fun picking things up, and I’d like to try to share more

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