Posts Tagged:Expert Drupal Developers

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.


SEJ Wrap-Up: SEJ’s Complete Guide to Google Panda, Penguin & Hummingbird by @megcabrera

In this week’s wrap-up, Jen Slegg of The SEM Post explains Google’s algorithm inside and out, and SEJ contributor Aleh Barysevich gives tips in effective social media management.The post SEJ Wrap-Up: SEJ’s Complete Guide to Google Panda, Penguin & Hummingbird by @megcabrera appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Drupal Developer

Drupal Developer Irving TX Contract w2 – InfoVision, Inc. – Irving, TX

Software Developer – Drupal*. Expertise in Drupal, PHP, JavaScript, JQuery and HTML*. Expertise in Drupal, PHP, JavaScript, JQuery and HTML (Over 4 years of…From Indeed – Mon, 22 Aug 2016 15:06:16 GMT – View all Irving jobs Drupal Developer

Sr. Drupal Software Developer – Synergy Global – Atlanta, GA

*Position: Sr. Drupal Software Developer* *Location: Atlanta, GA* *Duration: 9 Months* Need US Citizen or Green Card only… *Required Skills: * * 4-6 years…From Indeed – Mon, 22 Aug 2016 14:44:27 GMT – View all Atlanta jobs Drupal Developer

Tag1 Consulting: Tag1 Quo and Drupal 6 Long Term Support

Tag1 Quo and Drupal 6 Long Term Support Jeremy Mon, 08/22/2016 – 07:42 Or, What We Did This Summer It’s been an exciting summer, building our first product with Drupal 8. When we originally made the decision to offer Long Term Support for Drupal 6, we were thinking about a few of our clients that were a little behind on their upgrade plans, and had envisioned a mostly manual process. Read more about Tag1 Quo and Drupal 6 Long Term SupportComments Drupal Developer

Acquia Developer Center Blog: Progressively Decoupled Drupal Approaches

Progressive decoupling, a concept outlined last year in Dries Buytaert’s first post about decoupled Drupal, is a compelling approach to building Drupal’s front end where content editors, site assemblers, and front-end developers maintain contiguous experiences. For content editors and site assemblers, progressive decoupling allows for contextualized interfaces, content workflow, site preview, and other features to remain usable and integrated with Drupal as a whole. Tags: acquia drupal planet Drupal Developer

Senior Drupal Developer – IonIdea Enterprise Solutions – Atlanta, GA

Job Title: *Senior Drupal Developer* Location: *Atlanta, GA* Contract Term: *09 Months* *Tax Term: W2* 4-6 years’ experience developing websites for business…From Indeed – Mon, 22 Aug 2016 14:34:47 GMT – View all Atlanta jobs Drupal Developer

Fitness Micro-Challenge

I’ve discovered that I’m not really a “goal setter” insofar as creating goals and marching towards them, especially the much larger ones that might be related to life and career and things like that. And I have tried, believe me, to change my perspective on those types of things and even given myself goals to execute against related to all sorts of topics and themes; none of them stick very long. But what I do like creating are micro-challenges, activities that change things up a bit that are much smaller, digestible, and are difficult to accomplish. For example, I’m now into my final full week of a new micro-challenge that I gave myself for the month of August: Get on the elliptical machine for 60 minutes every single day. Yikes. Achievable yet challenging, but not in the ways that I originally had thought. At first, I considered that it would be…

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From Print to Web: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

Inspired Magazine Inspired Magazine – creativity & inspiration dailyYou’ve probably noticed that all across the Internet—at least the parts that matter—websites are getting more and more similar to one another, so much so that it sometimes can be difficult to keep track of which site you’re looking at.In some ways, this homogenization of the web has been a good thing for users in the sense that it has made all the sites conform to an expected standard.  For (genuine) designers and developers, however, this has become a bit of a problem.  It has allowed millions of “Cheap Charlie” developers to spring up offering cut-price websites, which has had a detrimental effect on the whole industry in many different ways.Conformity has stifled innovation, and many usability issues with the “standard design” have become persistent and pervasive, especially when it comes to the needs of mobile users.  Ironically, full service advertising agencies…

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BlackMesh: Our Ongoing Commitment to Security: Partnering with Tag1 Consulting

As you may already know, the BlackMesh team is committed to ensuring developers can focus on their website goals without worrying about scalability, infrastructure, and – in particular – security. That’s why we’re thrilled to have partnered with leading Drupal security agency Tag1 Consulting to provide our Drupal clients a comprehensive tool for managing site updates. What? The new Tag1 Quo is a hosted security dashboard that provides up-to-the-minute snapshots of a client’s security status and potential vulnerabilities. Basically, this innovative tool provides Drupal users consolidated and critical security updates for their websites. Tag1 Quo features include essentials for a website’s success, such as self-service monitoring, security notifications for out-of-date modules, and patch and release delivery. How? Tag1 Quo automatically monitors upstream releases and security advisories in collaboration with module maintainers and other Drupal 6 long term support (LTS) providers. The Tag1 team of Drupal security experts review and decide…

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3 Uncommon Ways to Find High Value Clients for Your SEO Agency by @jonrognerud

There are a number of methods for building a larger client base and for acquiring high-value clients. Jon Rognerud shares them on this post.The post 3 Uncommon Ways to Find High Value Clients for Your SEO Agency by @jonrognerud appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Drupal Developer

Websites We Like: August 2016

Here are some of the websites we’ve stumbled upon lately that have made us all collectively Oooo and Aaaah with delight. Sometimes we literally type “oooooo” into the Slack channel where we save and discuss these. It’s a fairly new thing we’ve started doing. Enjoy! The Fine Line The Fine Line series of articles by the New York Times explores the journey of four Olympic athletes and their extraordinary abilities. A while back I moaned about the various problems of scrolljacking and now I want to apologize to the scrolljacking community. These articles prove that taking control of the scrolling momentum can feel incredibly intuitive if given the right amount of time and attention. But what’s most fascinating with these articles, to me at least, is the combination of motion, visuals and sound. Each article has several recordings that are played over the text with accompanying background music and sound…

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Why Copywriting Matters So Much

Today’s article isn’t inspired by a question; it’s inspired by a statement. I was talking to a young woman who was thinking through her career options. She was good at writing (I’m sure you can relate) and was interested in copywriting. Her big objection to it, though? “Yeah, but I want my job to really mean something.” She had no idea how much she didn’t understand. People tend to think of marketing and sales as bad things; “forcing” people to buy things they don’t need. That is so very, very much not what copywriting is. Copywriting is about connecting people who have a need to that solution to that need. Copywriters do that by using words that resonate with the audience, and then crafting a message that contains the key points that audience needs to hear. Sure, some needs are greater than others. A mother-to-be with prenatal complications who needs…

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Know Your Audience: A Guide to Voice and Content Creation by @a_shostak

Before you begin any content creation, whether you’re branding your own blog or helping a new client, you need to know the audience you’re writing for.The post Know Your Audience: A Guide to Voice and Content Creation by @a_shostak appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Drupal Developer

How to Setup Elixir for CircleCI Success

At Viget, we enjoy using CircleCI for our automated test suites and deployment. It’s easy to use and customize for our various application needs. I recently went through the process of setting up an Elixir application on CircleCI, which, as of this writing, still does not have official support. This post by Erik Reedstrom over at Parent Co. gave me a good start, but there were some tweaks that I had to make in order for the build process to consistently run smoothly. Managing Versions First up, I liked Erik’s approach to managing Elixir and Erlang versions in the Heroku buildpack’s config, then simply copying them to the .tool_versions file for the asdf version manager. To get started with this approach, add an elixir_buildpack.config file to your project with the following contents: erlang_version=19.0 elixir_version=1.3.0 If you’re not using Heroku for hosting, then simply add a .tool-versions file with the following…

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Retargeting in 2016: A Customer-Focused Experience by @jakebaadsgaard

With dozens of retargeting options available, the question is no longer whether to use retargeting? Rather, what is the best way to use retargeting?The post Retargeting in 2016: A Customer-Focused Experience by @jakebaadsgaard appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Drupal Developer

Shopify Alternatives: 3 eCommerce Platforms

Shopify is a great eCommerce platform for online retailers with a small range of products. However, once your stock expands beyond ten or so items you may find it becomes too small for your needs. That’s not a major problem for you though, because there are plenty of other options to suit bigger stores. So today we’ve got three of the best Shopify alternatives for stores with a larger range of products.   Shopify alternatives for large stocks At this point I should say there’s a Shopify Plus option for larger stores but that’s designed for major retailers with hundreds or thousands of products. Prices also start at around $2,000 per month, which puts it a few leagues above standard Shopify and the alternatives we’re looking at today. That said, if you are a serious retailer with large stock then you’ll want something along the lines of Shopify Plus – and I’ll cover some alternatives for…

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Earn Money from Instant SEO Audits with This Tool

If you’ve read much of my stuff on here, you’ll know I’m a big fan offering multiple services to clients. As long as you can provide the right standards, I don’t see the point in sending clients elsewhere when you can keep the business for yourself. I’ve talked about email marketing, conversion rate optimistion and many other services you can add to your existing design skills. One thing I haven’t really spoken about, though, is search engine optimisation (SEO). I only realised this the other day when a colleague introduced me to a tool I’d never seen before. Basically, it runs SEO audits on websites in 30 seconds – which I thought was pretty cool. But, when I took a closer look at it, I saw a much bigger opportunity to earn money.   Introducing MySiteAuditor The tool I’m talking about is MySiteAutitor and I have to admit I’d never heard of…

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Blair Wadman: How to create a custom block and assigning to a region in Drupal 8

One of the many changes in Drupal 8 is adding a block to a region. The block interface has been pretty consistent over the years, so changes to how it works can be confusing at first. You do something over and over again and then “Wait a minute! Things have moved, what do I do?!”. But never fear, the new way of adding blocks to regions is pretty straight forward once you get your head around it. Drupal Developer

SharePoint Developer – Leidos – Reston, VA

Joomla, WordPress or Drupal). The individual will create and manage permissions and work with a team of developers in supporting application development with…From Leidos – Mon, 22 Aug 2016 04:18:07 GMT – View all Reston jobs Source: New feed

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