Drupal is behind more than 2% of all websites today and is one of the largest open-source projects on the web. There is a reason why more than a million people in 180 countries are involved with Drupal: it’s easy to get involved. Drupal is the heart of so many websites, and the contributors keep
Last week Acquia hosted a webinar with Dries Buytaert, founder and lead developer of the Drupal CMS. The first part of the event focused on common misconceptions that decision makers have about Drupal when vetting the CMS. I want to reiterate Dries’ message and nullify some of the misconceptions floating around about Drupal.
At Duo, we live in the zone of redesign and website migrations every day and we're familiar with all of the things we need to plan for when working on these types of projects. But, if you're on the other side -- say, you're the Director of Marketing -- you might find yourself in the website
Join Duo and Acquia on December 12 as we discuss your future Open Source web solution. Learn how the Drupal CMS can Provide you with the flexibility to customize your needs to match market requirements, integrate and keep pace with explosive growth in your customer's digital experience, and prototype, innovate, and iterate faster than ever before.
Open Atrium is a Drupal-based social collaboration project that operates as a framework for a community site. Learn how one of our developer's test drive of Open Atrium 2.0 went and what our big take-aways of the Phase 2 distribution mean for community development.
Duo Consulting builds digital marketing websites and enterprise social networks that optimize the way organizations market & communicate online, but that's not all that we do. "Duo Does It" highlights the individual services Duo Consulting provides to clients to give you a better idea of our entire process and approach to building content-rich websites that drives conversions.
From time to time we have heard that we should not use $_SERVER variables because there is no guarantee it will be right. One solution? Once we know the environment we are working with we are able to set variables that are unique for each server. This also allows us to not exclude settings.php from the respiratory and limits errors in with code pushes.