govCMS has been designed specifically for Australian government agencies as an all-in-one website Content Management System (CMS) and hosting service. It allows Departments to provide transparency, connect with people and meet accessibility and responsive website requirements using Drupal open source technology.
So you’re ready to start working on your first Drupal 8 project, but not quite sure where to start? There are a number of changes since Drupal 7, so hopefully this guide will help you to dive right in.
A few months ago after much frustration of Eclipse lagging and DLTK indexing in progress I decided to make the switch to PHPStorm and have never looked back.
PHPStorm is designed for PHP development, and with a few plugins, provides tight integration with Drupal, Symfony and Twig. It also has built in support for LESS, SASS and many other related technologies. I was a bit reluctant to upgrade to a commercial product at first, but it wasn’t long before I realised the $8.90/mo was worth it.
We always feel time poor, sometimes more than others. So why not use your less busy times to create content you wish to publish in the future - then schedule it to appear on your website or social media accounts. You look very efficient and your business profile continues to grow online until you are free to give it attention again.
MailChimp API v3.0 is now live!
Prior versions will no longer be supported after 2016, so all API users should begin transitioning to v3.0.
Have you heard of SQL injection?
SQL injection (SQLi) is a type of security exploit in which the attacker adds Structured Query Language (SQL) code to a Webform input box (like a Contact form) to obtain access to resources or make changes to the data in your website. Many believe this vulnerability to be one of the oldest, most prevalent and most dangerous of web application vulnerabilities.
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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, often abbreviated to WCAG, are a series of guidelines for improving web accessibility. First produced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in 1999, the WCAG are the components to be considered and included, where possible, to make your website useful to all of your users.
When we commence development on a new project, we generally use a base CMS that has functionality we use on every site – things like the rich text editor, content search and search engine optimisation tools – and things that can easily be turned off if not required, such as user comments, blogs and forums.
There are a spammer(s) out there constantly creating accounts on my site. The accounts are 'blocked' by default so they do not pose a problem, nor does the spammer gain anything from them. Still, I would like to stop it happening.
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Your launch date is getting closer and you have added all your content into your new website...what is left to do before launch? Just a couple of things.