Drupal 8 is likely going to launch sometime in 2015. So we all need to get ready - Drupal 8 is a whole new ball game. Some come learn and share at the March North Texas Drupal Users Group meetup.
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The February meetup of the North Texas Drupal meetup featured Hot Drupal News, AngularJS in Drupal, and Structural SEO in Drupal. Read more for notes and links.
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Come join your fellow Dallas-area Drupal developers, site owners and managers at the first meetup of the North Texas Drupal Users Group for 2015 - learn about AngularJS and Structural SEO for your Drupal site. And fish apparently..
Flex Slider is a popular Drupal module used to create responsive sliders with the FlexSlider 2 jQuery plugin. It's powerful and flexible with hooks available for customization. It's not always clear, though, how to construct sliders in more complex situations.
In Part 1 of Page Title Tags in Drupal we looked at setting your front page and individual page title tags. But we learned we still had duplicates! Time to use another submodule and some configuration to fix pages generated by Views.
Your page title tag might just be the most important factor in on-page SEO. Yet most Drupal sites pay it little attention- leaving it to defaults and resulting in a site full of un-compelling and un-unique page titles. I'm not sure either of those are actual words.
Learn Drupal 101 in a 6 week, 18 hour Collin College course in Plano from Jan 20th - Feb 24th, 2015. Drupal basics, hosting, maintenance, modules, themes, SEO and build several complete Drupal sites!
Do you dread working on email issues for existing Drupal sites with notifications systems, fearing you would spam live site users? Well fear no more, the Reroute Email module will save you!
Learn how to use Google's Webmaster Tools to monitor, understand and maintain your Drupal site's presence in Google results. Crawl and security issues, search queries, backlinks, loading speed, and more are available with just a little setup work.
You can't tell how well your page design and marketing efforts are working if you aren't measuring goals and conversions. Fortunately for Drupal sites, with a little help from Google it's easy to do.
We had a great meetup tonight with lots of interesting discussions on Drupal security, hosting, tools, drush and more. And a visit from a Drupler from LA! Notes and lots of useful links inside.