PreviousNext continue to be major contributors to the development and promotion of Drupal 8. As participants of the Drupal 8.8.0 Beta Testing Program, we thought it would be useful to document the steps we took to update one of our sites on Drupal 8.7 to the latest 8.8.0 beta. Every site is different, so your mileage may vary, but it may save you some time.
Managing the editorial calendar for a busy blog can be tough. How do you make sure each post is set to go out on the right day at the right time? How do you keep track of what’s upcoming? Sure, WordPress does let you schedule posts in advance, but there’s no convenient way to see how everything fits together. You can probably see where this is going… In this WP Scheduled Posts review, I’ll be taking a look at a tool that makes it a lot easier to manage your WordPress editorial calendar. You’ll be able to see and manage
You may have noticed that today the Drupal Security Team marked 16 modules as unsupported, due to the module maintainer not fixing a reported security vulnerability after a sufficiently long period of time.Among those modules, there were a few very popular ones like Admininistration Views and Nodequeue, which have have reported ~118k and ~40k sites using them, respectively.
Images on websites can be a huge pain when you are optimizing a site. We want our images to render as crisp as possible but we also want our sites to load as fast as possible. Content creators will often ask “what size image should I upload” and with the thought of some tiny image being rendered at full-screen width pixelated out of control we’ll answer “as large as you’ve got”. The content creator will then upload a 2mb jpeg and the load time/network request size will increase dramatically.