Your website needs to grow, securely. Therefore, even if it’s built on the born-secured Drupal stack, you have to keep one eye on its performance and the other on its stability. It implies you have to run a regular check on the three aspects - security, performance, and stability - to ensure your site is maintained properly. In brief you have to run a site audit regularly, without waiting for the signs of delay.
Drupal is a leading CMS that is being used to design various government, public and private websites. When it comes to business, many organizations prefer Drupal for its high scalability, security and performance. However, to maintain the standard of your Drupal site and offer your visitors a satisfying experience you have to optimize the performance of your site. Here is a list of to-dos to get you going:
You want your apartment spic and span. After all you live there. Follow the same for your website. That’s where your business resides. In this article, we have gathered the best practices for maintaining your Drupal site so that it shines like a new penny, even after decades of operation.
Conceived in 2012 and adopted in 2016, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is all about the protection of EU consumers’ data. Although most of the online sellers and retailers have updated their site to comply with the eight rights, the few who are still knee deep in pending development and documentation, are pushing the boundaries to get their acts together as the deadline to conform, 25 May 2018, has passed already.
User preferences and user trends in the eCommerce space are constantly changing. But one thing that all customers want is a great user experience while shopping online. One way to enhance the user experience is by providing as much content as possible about the product, new trends, tutorials, product demos, customer reviews, etc. to the customer. For eCommerce stores and marketplaces, content is king, as it can significantly impact the conversion rates.
As more and more people access the internet via mobile devices, responsive website design has seen a widespread adoption in the last five years. If the words responsive web design (RWD) doesn’t ring any bells, don’t fret – the term was coined in 2010 and is more popular with techies rather than marketers.
(Note: This article is based on my talk on this subject at DrupalCon New Orleans as well as at various DrupalCamps)
Iksula is excited to sponsor Drupal Global Training Day at Mumbai and Indore office on 16th September 2017
A lot of CXOs in big corporations consider Drupal to be just another Content Management System. Which being true, is a very limited view into Drupal’s capabilities. Drupal is not just a CMS, it is a platform/Framework which can help companies build a lot of different types of applications and products and not just simple corporate websites. Below, I will list down 11 reasons why Drupal Content Management System can become the Go To platform for almost all needs of any enterprise.
An ecommerce solutions provider must be able to help retailers exceed their customers’ expectations by making every touch point with the brand personalized, easy, and relevant. Customers, today, are looking for more than just online product information and an option to place orders on a website or mobile application. They are looking for a platform that facilitates seamless and healthy engagement with their favorite brands, and expression of their opinions and suggestions. Such an open and flexible ecommerce platform is the need of the hour for increasing customer satisfaction and increasing business revenue. A basic ecommerce solutions company must be able to offer fulfilment methods like ‘buy online’ and ‘pick up in store,’ so that customers are happy and keep coming back to the brand.