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.

​No Joke…Download Anything You Want on Storyblocks

(This is a sponsored post.)Storyblocks is giving CSS-Tricks followers 7 days of complimentary downloads! Choose from over 400,000 stock photos, icons, vectors, backgrounds, illustrations, and more from the Storyblocks Member Library. Grab 20 downloads per day for 7 days. Also, save 60% on millions of additional Marketplace images, where artists take home 100% of sales. Everything you download is yours to keep and use forever—royalty-free. Storyblocks regularly adds new content so there’s always something fresh to see. All the stock your heart desires! Get millions of high-quality stock images for a fraction of the cost. Start your 7 days of complimentary downloads today! Direct Link to Article — Permalink ​No Joke…Download Anything You Want on Storyblocks is a post from CSS-Tricks Source: CssTricks

Top 8 Ideas to Optimize Your PPC Performance by @LisaRocksSEM

Improving your PPC ads is essential to sustain your paid advertising campaigns’ performance. Here are some ideas for PPC optimization.The post Top 8 Ideas to Optimize Your PPC Performance by @LisaRocksSEM appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source:

Senior Drupal Developer position is open @ffwglobal


Drupal Developer position is open dgcircus

Tokyo, Minato-ku, Japan Source:

Smarter Content with SEO: Staying Ahead of Mobile & Desktop Shifts by @seotulsa

Here’s how you can create smarter content by implementing a mobile-first content optimization strategy.The post Smarter Content with SEO: Staying Ahead of Mobile & Desktop Shifts by @seotulsa appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source:

Create a One Page Drupal Site with Views Infinite Scroll Module

You most likely already navigated across some sites, blogs or galleries, that present the content in an infinite scroll mode. Such scrolling can easily be implemented with the Views Infinite Scroll contribution module in Drupal 8. No additional libraries or plugins required. In this tutorial, we’re going to create a gallery of article teasers of all countries in the Americas. Let’s get started! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit for full links, other content, and more! ]] Source:

Social Media Marketing for Link Building: Top Tactics & Strategies by @ab80

Read on and learn tactics that you can try out when using social media marketing for link building.The post Social Media Marketing for Link Building: Top Tactics & Strategies by @ab80 appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source:

The Little Schemer Will Expand/Blow Your Mind

I thought I’d take a break from the usual web dev content we post here to tell you about my favorite technical book, The Little Schemer, by Daniel P. Friedman and Matthias Felleisen: why you should read it, how you should read it, and a couple tools to help you on your journey. Why read The Little Schemer It teaches you recursion. At its core, TLS is a book about recursion — functions that call themselves with modified versions of their inputs in order to obtain a result. If you’re a working developer, you’ve probably worked with recursive functions if you’ve (for example) modified a deeply-nested JSON structure. TLS starts as a gentle introduction to these concepts, but things quickly get out of hand. It teaches you functional programming. Again, if you program in a language like Ruby or JavaScript, you write your fair share of anonymous functions (or lambdas…

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Backend Developer (Drupal 8) position is open @drunomics

Vienna, Linz, Austria Source:

Drupal Platform & App Support Lead position is open

Collegeville, PA, United States Source:

The All-New Guide to CSS Support in Email

Campaign Monitor has completely updated it’s guide to CSS support in email. Although there was a four-year gap between updates (and this thing has been around for 10 years!), it’s continued to be something I reference often when designing and developing for email. Calling this an update is underselling the work put into this. According to the post: The previous guide included 111 different features, whereas the new guide covers a total of 278 features. Adding reference and testing results for 167 new features is pretty amazing. Even recent features like CSS Grid are included — and, spoiler alert, there is a smidgeon of Grid support out in the wild. This is an entire redesign of the guide and it’s well worth the time to sift through it for anyone who does any amount of email design or development. Of course, testing tools are still super important to the over…

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Top Facebook Updates That You Can’t Afford to Miss – September 2017 Edition

Summer is (almost) over 🙁 To cheer you up we’re back with the latest Facebook updates handpicked just for you. User needs are constantly evolving, and Facebook has been working hard to roll out even more features and processes to accommodate these changes. This time around, we’ve found fresh new features and a few that Read more Source:

The Modlet Workflow: Improve Your Development Workflow with StealJS

You’ve been convinced of the benefits the modlet workflow provides and you want to start building your components with their own test and demo pages. Whether you’re starting a new project or updating your current one, you need a module loader and bundler that doesn’t require build configuration for every test and demo page you want to make. StealJS is the answer. It can load JavaScript modules in any format (AMD, CJS, etc.) and load other file types (Less, TypeScript, etc.) with plugins. It requires minimum configuration and unlike webpack, it doesn’t require a build to load your dependencies in development. Last but not least, you can use StealJS with any JavaScript library or framework, including CanJS, React, Vue, etc. In this tutorial, we’re going to add StealJS to a project, create a component with Preact, create an interactive demo page, and create a test page. Article Series: The Key…

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How to Use Automation to Boost PPC Performance by @iambenwood

Learn examples of how you can utilize automation to save time on core PPC management activities.The post How to Use Automation to Boost PPC Performance by @iambenwood appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source:

Bury the lede

How can we keep people interested?Technology doesn’t always give us the highest quality outcome. Sometimes it just buys us more convenience.Look at coffee. It used to be a pain to prepare and drink. Then in 1850 Folgers started roasting and grinding it for us. It wasn’t as fresh, but it sure was fast.Or look at photography. Today, smartphones put everything from supercomputers to cameras into our pocket. But the pictures pale in comparison to what my 5lb DSLR can take.But we compromise. Sometimes convenience wins. Writing made a similar compromise.The telegraph was a huge improvement in communication compared to smoke signals. We could now transmit messages over long distances.But man, were those early messages expensive. A trained operator needed to type each letter by hand. And so compromises were made to shorten and change the message. For example, when the Wright Brothers completed their first flight, they couldn’t gush to their parents.…

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Programador Front End (Junior) position is open

Lima, Peru Source:

Business Development Assistant – Chromatic – United States

This not only ensures our code quality but more so, makes us better developers. We have over 10 years experience helping some of the web’s biggest brands solve…From Chromatic – Wed, 20 Sep 2017 03:02:35 GMT – View all United States jobs Source:

Node.js and Headless Drupal on Acquia Cloud

The press release went out this morning with the headline, Acquia Debuts Node.js and Headless Drupal on Acquia Cloud. The subhed: “Company Expands Upon Drupal Cloud Solutions for Web and Flexible Content Applications.” The news: Acquia today unveiled a new application service for Acquia Cloud that makes it easy for digital IT teams to build and run JavaScript alongside Drupal. Acquia Cloud now supports the use of Node.js in addition to Drupal. The Dries quote: “Decoupled applications using JavaScript front ends are on the rise. They’re making it possible to create experiences with responsive, elegant, application-like behavior. To help our customers build such digital experiences with headless Drupal, we added Node.js support to Acquia Cloud.” Why it’s important: Developers will now be able to leverage tools enabling continuous delivery and integration across Node.js and Drupal from one user interface. IT professionals benefit from one secure, compliant cloud for Drupal, decoupled Drupal,…

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Sr. Full Stack Developer-PHP – AptoZen – Remote

Nice to have experience in Drupal, Magento. Lead 5+ person offshore team (India) of architects/ backend/ mobile developers/ designers….From Indeed – Tue, 19 Sep 2017 22:53:03 GMT – View all Remote jobs Source:

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