Posts Tagged:Drupal Support

rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.


Not meeting your goals

I gave up daily vlogging recently. On January 1, 2017, I announced I’d start uploading a video every single day. There was no end in mind. Some people have taken on this challenge and lasted days. Some people have lasted years. I lasted a little over 3 months.The breaking point was a company meetup at Highrise, a simple CRM company I took over from Basecamp in 2014. Our meetup was just a handful of days. But those days were optimized to spend every minute possible together since we’re all working remotely the rest of the year.There was a lot of great footage from the meetup, but I didn’t have any time to edit fun stories together. Or think about pacing. Add music.I shot YouTube live videos to at least get something out and keep my commitment to the daily vlog, but my YouTube stats started to tank.So, I decided to focus on creating better…

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How to Increase Business Revenue with Marketing Automation Campaigns by @KunjalPanchal

Looking for ways to drive more conversions and revenue? Learn how automating your email campaigns can do just that.The post How to Increase Business Revenue with Marketing Automation Campaigns by @KunjalPanchal appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

See what’s new in Drupal Commerce 2.0-rc1

Eight months ago we launched the first beta version of Commerce 2.x for Drupal 8. Since then we’ve made 304 code commits by 58 contributors, and we’ve seen dozens of attractive, high-performing sites go live. We entered the release candidate phase this month with the packaging of Commerce 2.0-rc1 (release notes), the final part of our long and fruitful journey to a full 2.0. Introducing a new Promotions UI: Some of the most exciting updates this Summer center around our promotions system. This work represents a huge leap forward from Commerce 1.x, as we’ve made promotions first class citizens in core. They power a variety of discount types and coupons, and now that they are in core we can ensure the systems are designed to look and work well on both the front end and back end. Read on to learn more about what’s new in promotions, payment, taxes, and…

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Five ways to receive negative feedback well

Receive feedback well, and you‘ll get more honest feedback in the future. Here’s how.They’re watching you.I don’t mean to sound creepy. But it’s something to come to terms with as a leader: Your team is watching you.As a leader, your actions set the example – especially, when it comes to creating an open, honest environment in the workplace.Your employees are taking note: When someone offers a dissenting opinion, do you come off as annoyed and brush it aside? Or do you calmly listen and say, “Thank you, I’ll consider that”?How you receive feedback — especially negative feedback — sets the precedent for how welcome honest, forthcoming perspectives are in your company. Dismiss feedback on a whim or become overly defensive, and you’re not likely to hear critical feedback from that person again.So how do you receive feedback well? Here are five things you can do…Make empathy your mission.“How could they be saying that?” “I’m not sure that’s true…” Ever catch yourself…

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One door at a time

Entrepreneurs are told to go big or go home. Stop obsessing over scale, and perfect the basics instead.Last year, I met a first-time entrepreneur who was opening a tea shop. We’ll call him John.At the time, he had a pop-up shop in my neighborhood. I really liked him, his vision, and the quality and presentation of his tea, so we kept in touch. When he decided to go from pop-up to permanent shop, he asked for my advice.While we were talking about this permanent shop, which he still hadn’t opened, his attention would often drift to his next shop. And the one after that. And after that. And then building an app to make online ordering easy. And then, becoming the next Starbucks.Whoa. Hold on, man, I told him. I get it, scaling the business seems sexy. But, I said, that is the entirely wrong thing to think about now. I wouldn’t spend…

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A Collection of Interesting Facts about CSS Grid Layout

A few weeks ago I held a CSS Grid Layout workshop. Since I’m, like most of us, also pretty new to the topic, I learned a lot while preparing the slides and demos. I decided to share some of the stuff that was particularly interesting to me, with you. Have fun! Negative values lower than -1 may be used for grid-row-end and grid-column-end In a lot of code examples and tutorials you will see that you can use grid-column-start: 1 and grid-column-end: -1 (or the shorthand grid-column: 1 / -1) to span an element from the first line to the last. My friend Max made me aware that it’s possible to use lower values than -1 as well. .grid-item { grid-column: 1 / -2; } For example, you can set grid-column: 1 / -2 to span the cells between the first and the second to last line. See the Pen…

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Quick survey about running GTD events – help us help you!

We’re asking for 5 minutes of your time to improve Drupal Global Training Days (GTD). We have a survey to learn more about the kinds of events you do, or have offered, and how the community can help. In addition to the survey, if you have a little more time available, you can also sign up (in the survey) to do a short interview with us so we can get into more specifics. Take the survey now!Note: the survey will close on Monday, August 7th. This survey has been created by members of the Drupal Global Training Days working group. We will share the aggregate results of the survey with the community, and use the data to decide how to best prioritize community efforts to support GTD training providers. Thank you for supporting the Drupal community! Source: https://groups.drupal.org/node/512931/feed

Arsenal using Drupal

As a Belgian sports fan, I will always be a loyal to the Belgium National Football Team. However, I am willing to extend my allegiance to Arsenal F.C. because they recently launched their new site in Drupal 8! As one of the most successful teams of England’s Premier League, Arsenal has been lacing up for over 130 years. On the new Drupal 8 site, Arsenal fans can access news, club history, ticket services, and live match results. This is also a great example of collaboration with two Drupal companies working together – Inviqa in the UK and Phase2 in the US. If you want to see Drupal 8 on Arsenal’s roster, check out https://www.arsenal.com! Source: Dries Buytaert www.buytaert.net

5 Steps to Create a Killer Instagram Ad Strategy for eCommerce Products

Instagram’s known for engagement. Some 4x that of Facebook. But what you don’t know is how it excels at driving product sales, too. Quick, without looking — what’s your mobile conversion rate? A paltry 1.55% on average? Compare that to the 30%+ of Instagram users who purchase products on their mobile device. (Which places them at 70% more Read more Source: https://adespresso.com/feed/

Google to Reportedly Redesign its Home Page in the Near Future by @MattGSouthern

Reports suggest Google is planning to redesign its home page to match its mobile app experience.The post Google to Reportedly Redesign its Home Page in the Near Future by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

The company isn’t a family

Whenever executives talk about how their company is really like a big ol’ family, beware. They’re usually not referring to how the company is going to protect you no matter what or love you unconditionally. You know, like healthy families would. The motive is rather more likely to be a unidirectional form of sacrifice: Yours.Because by invoking the image of the family, the valor of doing whatever it takes naturally follows. You’re not just working long nights or skipping vacation to further the bottom line, no, no, you’re doing this for the family. Such a blunt emotional appeal is only needed if someone is trying to make you forget about your rational self interest.You don’t have to pretend to be a family to be courteous. Or kind. Or protective. All those values can be expressed even better in principles, policies, and, most importantly, actions.Besides, don’t you already have a family…

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The Path to Improving Your Customer Community Engagement (INFOGRAPHIC)

The customer community and support landscape is changing rapidly as customer expectations rise and technology advances. Users demand quick and empathetic interactions across all devices and platforms when they engage with your community or seek support. Source: https://www.phase2technology.com/feed/

​Edit your website, from your website

Stuck making “a few easy changes” to the website for someone? Component IO makes it quick and simple for you or your team to make edits (even for non-technical users). You can manage content with a WYSIWYG editor or instantly update HTML, CSS, and JavaScript right from your website. Make changes faster, empower your team, and avoid redeployment bugs. Works with every web technology, from WordPress to Rails to React. Join hundreds of projects already using Component IO, with a free tier and plans from $7.95/mo. It’s built to make web development easier for everyone. Try it free Direct Link to Article — Permalink ​Edit your website, from your website is a post from CSS-Tricks Source: CssTricks

Playing with Shadow DOM

About a year ago, Twitter announced it would start displaying embedded tweets with the shadow DOM rather than an <iframe>, if the browser supports shadom DOM? Why? Well, speed is one reason. They say: Much lower memory utilization in the browser, and much faster render times. Tweets will appear faster and pages will scroll more smoothly, even when displaying multiple Tweets on the same page. Why the choice? Why is it necessary to use either iframes or shadow DOM? Why not just inject the content onto the page? It’s a totally understandable need for control. An embedded Tweet should look and behave just exactly like an embedded Tweet. They don’t want to worry about the styles of the page bleeding in and messing that up. An <iframe> makes style scoping very easy. Point the src of the iframe at a URL that displays what you want an embedded tweet to…

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Web Developer with PHP, OO, and Drupal skills position is open

Source: https://jobs.drupal.org/all-jobs/feed

7 Ways To Design Sites Faster In Photoshop

Photoshop is the most used tool when it comes to designing images and website layouts. It helps in determining a proper workflow of the website even before it is coded. However, with deadlines to meet, time is crucial. In most cases, you find yourself wishing you had more time and maybe you could have created a better design. If this is often the case, learn various ways to design sites faster in Photoshop. This will help you create a great design much faster. Here are 7 ways to design sites faster in Photoshop. 1. Organise Your Files Being organised is definitely worth your time and effort. It’s not about keeping things in a specific place but more about knowing where you can find everything. In our case, knowing where each file is located makes it easier to locate and use them whenever needed. Remember, the aim here is to save…

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DRUPAL ENTWICKLER(M/W) in München position is open

München, Germany Source: https://jobs.drupal.org/all-jobs/feed

Building the Best Relationships We Can

Maslow had it wrong. To get it right, we have to move social needs to the bottom of his pyramid.-Matthew Lieberman (Professor of Social Cognitive Neuroscience at UCLA and author of the book Social)Babies would die without their caregivers at birth. Study after study show the pain and ill we go through when we are isolated from others like us. As humans, we are wired to connect to one another.However, instead of connecting, we seem to be heading the opposite direction. On the streets and in restaurants people are looking at their phones instead of the person right next to them.Businesses strive to make everything quicker, faster, and automated. Sending automated welcome emails with generic information to everyone who signs up. Introducing artificial intelligence to weed through support inquiries instead of having someone read and respond to your query.It’s important to us here at Highrise to help people build great relationships. For many of our…

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Implementing Webmentions

We get a decent amount of comments on blog posts right here on CSS-Tricks (thanks!), but I’d also say the hay day for that is over. These days, if someone writes some sort of reaction to a blog post, it could be on their own blog, or more likely, on some social media site. It makes sense. That’s their home base and it’s more useful to them to keep their words there. It’s a shame, though. This fragmented conversation is slightly more useful for each individual person, it’s less useful as a whole. There is no canonical conversation thread. That’s what Webmentions are all about, an official spec! In a sense, they allow the conversation to be dispursed but brought all together in a canonical conversation thread on the main post. Webmentions don’t need to be an alternative to comments, although when you pop over to real Drew McLellan’s post…

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