It’s that time again! Drupal 9 will be released later this year and it’s never too late to test patches and contribute. Thinking about it, I wondered how to quickly test patches and install Drupal 9 from my local Git checkout. When I say quickly it means it really should be dead simple, by typing one command only. The idea being to make sure I’d always install Drupal from the 9.0.x branch at the latest commit to follow changes.
Seems like every day this month I’ve answered the same question: Why should I use Drupal instead of WordPress? And this is the answer I’ve come up with. They are entirely different applications, about as different as Microsoft Word is from Microsoft Excel. WordPress is first and foremost a blogging tool, and it has become widely adopted by designers who are trying to make pretty-looking sites. There’s no shortage of beautiful WordPress sites, and if what you need is a relatively simple marketing site with rich content, it’s a great tool.
The Pulse of the profession 2020 report revealed that nearly 11.4% of investment gets wasted because of poor project performance. Businesses, who often undervalue project management as a strategic competency for driving change, see their projects failing miserably. Managing a project can turn out to be a slippery slope when an organisation doesn’t have a solid grasp of all the moving pieces.
There are plenty of WordPress themes that let you sell all kinds of digital and physical products online. The Stock Theme by PremiumPress is a stock photography theme that helps you make money selling files. Your visitors will be able to browse files to buy and download the ones that meet their needs.Optimize WordPress Mobile […]