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Security is one of the elements of infrastructure configuration, which is very often overlooked. Often administrators focus on delivering functionality and fulfilling requirements, while not caring about securing the infrastructure against attacks, believing that it's probably going to be fine. However, no sophisticated mechanisms and solutions are needed to ensure basic security... But let us start from the beginning.
Even an experienced designer can meet some common problems when creating a website, as there are many challenges to overcome. For instance, when it comes to displaying the website properly across various devices. Are there any effective ways to make things easier?
Drupal is an open-source platform that more than a million of people across the globe find useful for their content management purposes. They choose Drupal because of its flexibility, reliability, and security. However, not all of them know how to use it properly. Find out about the mistakes that Drupal beginners often make.
03.10.2018DesignBusiness & PM
Nowadays, people spend more time than ever being glued to the screen, so they can see hundreds of different websites each month. Are they even engaged when most of the websites look the same? Does your website stand out from competitors and is a real attention-grabbing machine?
It’s been two years since the première of Drupal 8. We already got used to the differences between versions 7 and 8, and a lot of websites were created based on D8. Many Drupal 7-based websites are applications that use Drupal Commerce – an e-commerce module for Drupal. Many of the applications were set-up with the Commerce Kickstart distribution, which was based on this add-on.
Sometimes I find questions like the following one on Internet forums: “I want to build a website. Should I go with a standard CMS (such as Drupal), or develop a proprietary CMS?” I've been working with a large, custom CMS that was developed for quite a while, as well as in Drupal and I wanted to share my insights.