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Proper implementation is essential for effective use of Drupal​   It’s no secret why Drupal is the most popular CMS among larger universities – you can create powerful higher education websites that include forums, image libraries, blogs, RSS feeds, e-commerce, and more. Not only that, but Drupal.org and many other websites offer free, downloadable modules and themes to add features and tailor the look and feel of your website.   By using Drupal, educational institutions share a common web platform among all sites, unifying the communications experience while accommodating differencesSEE DETAILS

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Web Development

Optimize your higher ed website’s content with Drupal’s CMS Drupal’s multi-faceted Content Management System (CMS) makes it efficient and effective for higher education institutions. Typically, higher ed websites have a lot of content that needs to be accessible to students, faculty, and prospects. With the help of Drupal, your institution can optimize, expand, and update content easily while maintaining accessibility and usability throughout the process.  Here are the top five benefits of Drupal for your higher education website. 1. Drupal offers an optimized core structure Drupal offers the capacity forSEE DETAILS

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Content Management, Web Development

Content management systems (CMS) are favorite hacker targets for many reasons. Learn 4 ways to make sure your CMS is secure.   Content Management Systems (CMS) are highly targeted by hackers. As security teams look for new ways to help keep your CMS secure, hackers are looking for ways to beat those new security measures. No online system is 100% hack-proof, but there are things you can do to help keep your content secure and safe from would-be cybercriminals.   Part of the issue with the most common CMS outSEE DETAILS

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Web Development

Drupal 9 has arrived — what does that mean for institution websites that still use Drupal 7 and 8? Here’s a closer look.    Drupal 9 (D9) was released earlier this year and offers a number of upgrades over its predecessors, Drupal 7 and 8 (D7 and D8) As such, higher education institutions that currently use D7 and D8 are rapidly planning their migrations to D9 so they can reap the benefits of this state-of-the-art content management system (CMS).    Your college or university may enjoy D7 and D8, butSEE DETAILS

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Advice, Web Development

Ready to take your higher education website to the next level? Here are 7 free tools that can help you do just that.  Your higher education institution has a good website. But, to stand out from other colleges and universities, it needs a great website. A great college or university website makes it simple for visitors to learn about an institution, its staff and student body, and its course offerings. The site ultimately provides information to help visitors determine if the school matches their expectations.  You may be happy withSEE DETAILS

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Web Development

Modern interactions between organizations and users are driven by engaging online experiences.  People want personalization — to feel understood and recognized — and higher education audiences are no exception.   The shift to digital experiences has forced organizations across industries to create more interactive, personalized content for their users and customers. Most consumers (91%) are more likely to support a brand that provides offers and recommendations that are relevant to them and that remembers them. This trend goes beyond commerce and is highly influential in the college recruiting experience.  SEE DETAILS

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Advice, Web Development

COVID-19 is changing the way colleges and universities operate — and it will soon impact reputation rankings and student enrollment.   Academics were once the key factor in student enrollment at higher education institutions across the United States. Now, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way colleges and universities operate. The pandemic will also likely change the way these institutions are viewed now and in the future.    For today’s colleges and universities, it is paramount to look beyond academics to maintain a strong reputation in the midst of theSEE DETAILS

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Web Development

Not all websites are created equal, and neither are the platforms on which they’re built. Here’s what you need to know to choose between Drupal and WordPress for your institution’s online presence.   When you are building your own website, WordPress and Drupal are two of the most popular options, especially among higher education institutions. While they share some similarities, such as how each works with Schema.org, there are also important differences that could impact your site design and functionality far into the future.    These differences could be importantSEE DETAILS

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Web Development

Drupal is one of the most popular development tools for higher education websites. Here are 5 ways your institution can get the most out of it.   Learning to use Drupal does not have to be a big headache. In fact, there are many resources out there to help you create the perfect website for your institute of higher education. Getting to know some of the common developer shortcuts will help you flatten the learning curve. Here are some basic tips that will make your Drupal experience easier and moreSEE DETAILS

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Web Development

Wondering what the update to Drupal 9 will look like?  From Acquia’s Ultimate Guide accessible here: https://www.acquia.com/resources/ebooks/ultimate-guide-drupal-9 Upgrading to Drupal 9 will be relatively straightforward First, make sure your environment is compatible with the requirements for Drupal 9. The key things to note here are that Drupal 9 requires PHP 7.3 or higher and that version requirements will be raised for MySQL (at least to 5.7), MariaDB (at least to 10.2), PostgreSQL (to 9.6) and SQLite (to 3.26). Also, for those using Drush, only Drush 10 is compatible with Drupal 9.SEE DETAILS

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