Whether you’re a freelancer or a contract programmer, we all face the same problem when we start working on an existing project for a client: how to quickly and (if possible) painlessly familiarise ourselves with the existing structure and code. Probably every one of us at least once in their career has asked with hope: Do we have any documentation here?

Forget about your everyday business-related responsibilities for a moment and try to put yourself in the shoes of a customer who visits your website. What do you think they expect? This is a difficult question, especially considering that your webpage can be visited by many people with different needs. What if specific groups of visitors could enter your website and see exactly what they want?

You already have a website, and you are wondering how to promote your services and products effectively? You plan to create a landing page or have already created one, but you feel that you are still far from achieving your marketing and sales goals? Please read our article and find out why the placement of a form on a landing page is important and can affect your success.

Let us imagine a situation like this: you did a thorough literature review, you have distilled your knowledge into a well-written article that you just published on the Internet on your blog and… nothing. You are an expert in this field, but nobody stayed longer than through the first two paragraphs! Did you know that 93% of the most-read posts on Facebook had pictures relevant to the content? This is what I call the power of attraction!

Drupal's editing interface can be unclear to novice editors, and the number of options may seem overwhelming to many. The Simplify module comes in handy here, as it allows you to limit the available functionalities to the necessary minimum, thus making website editing easier.

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