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Automating Drupal & WordPress Internal Linking

Jason Narog
, Drupal Developer

Drupal and WordPress are great for automating processes. Internal linking is a useful strategy for both search engine optimization and helping your site visitors quickly and effectively navigate through your site to find the content they want. On the SEO side better internal linking helps improve and identify what a page is about through the use of anchor text, and, because visitors have something to click on, decreases your bounce rates while increasing your time on site rates.

Website Layout Styles Breaking and How to Debug

Jason Narog
, Drupal Developer

In the world of website layouts and content management systems layout designs and styles may behave differently than you had originally anticipated. This can be due to a few different factors, but all stem from the same rule of thumb – CSS (cascading style sheets) will load styles found further down the sheet if two styles match the exact same classes, ids, and html tags.

The Pods Framework for WordPress

Jason Narog
, Drupal Developer

If you ask anyone who has built websites using both Drupal and WordPress and is currently on the Drupal side of the fence you’ll hear the following as to why: "Drupal has custom content types and views, all WordPress can do is posts and pages." A custom content type is a series of fields created by a site builder that allows content to be created in a specific way. Fields can range from text fields, images, text areas, to relating content to other content.

WordPress or Drupal?

Paul Fasel
, President

Wordpress logo vs  Drupal Logo

As you might guess I am a bit biased when I say that Drupal is the best of the two, and maybe that is because we are slightly more experienced developing sites in Drupal. With that said, we are also very good at making custom websites using Wordpress, and in some instances Wordpress may have the advantage over Drupal.

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