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Drupal is a great ecosystem. By choosing it, you get access to a number of additional opportunities that coexist with it.

On the blog, we describe specific solutions that can be implemented as part of Drupal, give examples of Drupal websites as inspiration. You will read about the benefits of open source and the resources of a huge community. You will also learn why Drupal is characterized by high security standards.

Did you know that every twentieth website built on the CMS system on the Internet is built on Drupal?

Having a website, you may need someone to maintain it: doing regular updates and error checking, monitoring performance, etc. The service you consider in this case is support. It's a natural choice, but what if you'll need help with developing your website from time to time? Should you still select support, or choose cooperation with a team of developers? We'll explain the differences between these services and advise you on which one to choose and when.

Today, publishers use many tools to create digital editions of publications and to make them available to a wide audience in various communication channels. There are many publishing platforms you can use, and each one offers different functions. Do you want to try your hand at the world of digital publishing? Have you heard a bit about publishing platforms and are wondering which applications are the best? Check out our list.

Comments sections on the online platforms encourage users to interact. They can share their opinions after reading the article or join the ongoing discussion. As a person responsible for the website, you can also take part in it, showing the human face of the brand and its willingness to dialogue. To simplify this task, you need a solid comment system. We’ll advise you on how to choose such a tool and show different solutions available on the market.

You certainly know many popular marketplaces. We don't mean only the one created for Facebook, but also eBay or Allegro in Poland. Building a marketplace platform means a completely different approach to e-commerce than when running a regular online store. It allows you not only to sell your own products, but also to profit from cooperating with other brands. Are you wondering if this is the right solution for your company?

Modern websites have become more and more extensive. At some point, a user may feel confused due to a large amount of content. At the same time, the website itself starts to be hard to use. Then the need to create a convenient, easy to develop, and maintain navigation appears. The solution which will work great in this case is a mega menu.

Virtual business card, flyer, minisite – all these terms perfectly reflect the nature and essence of landing pages. They consist of several horizontal segments in which advertising content is presented, encouraging you to continue exploring a given topic on other dedicated and full-sized webpages. Let's check the possibilities Drupal gives us when creating these specific websites.

Image gallery is currently one of the elements most frequently put on websites. I mean here slideshows, carousels, thumbnail galleries and banners. Galleries are particularly important and widely used in the e-commerce industry, where the visualization of the products being sold must be at the best possible level. Let's check out the possibilities Drupal offers in this regard.

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?

In the era of increasingly distributed architecture of applications and web portals, there is a need to provide flexible methods of authentication while maintaining convenience for the user. From this article, you will learn how to easily create an authentication server and client application in Drupal using OAuth2 and OpenID Connect.

Drupal can be configured to serve multiple websites from one codebase. Such a Drupal installation is called a multisite. The ability to use one Drupal to run multiple websites is great, but on the other hand, requires some considerations. In this article, I will discuss Drupal multisite in detail to give you an in-depth, complete understanding of how multisite works, why it is used, when it makes sense and when to avoid it

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