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2017 Web Design Trends

Thomas Raybell
, Marketing Director

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We have all read one too many headlines similar to this one. We start reading the article and the first item on the list is, “More brands adopt a mobile-first approach”. Okay, that's not a trend of 2017, and we leave looking for something better. All this to say, you won't find that here, these are the trends that I have noticed working at Dorey Design Group, where we develop Wordpress and Drupal websites.

5 Steps to Good Drupal SEO

Thomas Raybell
, Marketing Director

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The Problem

A client came to us at Dorey Design Group because they were lacking in good traffic to their Drupal 7 website. Either a lot of people would visit their site and leave, increasing their bounce rate on Google Analytics, or people just didn't see them in Google's search results.

Options for Drupal Expiring Roles

Jason Narog
, Drupal Developer

Content management systems such as Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla are a great foundation for membership sites. You create content, set up who can view the content, and for how long, set up some sort of payment gateway and you’re off and running. But for a recurring membership site, trial based site, or anything that requires the ability to remove users after a certain time period, its crucial for success to have some sort of expiring roles system.

Drupal: Working with Data Imports Using Feeds

Jason Narog
, Drupal Developer

Importing content into Drupal has been through a few iterations in the last few years with Feed API, Node Import, and Feeds (the successor of Feed API) all being useful modules in Drupal 6. For some jobs you would use one, for other jobs you would use the other based on the type of content you were trying to import – with Node Import being more successful with images and alt tags.

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