Tag: <span>drupal</span>

Moving to WordPress!? When I first designed this site, and even this company, I was developing on Drupal. Most of my past sites are in Drupal, I really like it as a platform. I was recently tasked with creating a WordPress site for a client, which I did in about half of the time it […]

Design Workflow Part 3 – Install A Local Copy of Drupal or WordPress Installing a CMS hosting package on your live server is very easy- most web hosts provide a “one-click-install”. This is normally offered from that site’s control panel, and takes a couple of minutes to complete. If you are just starting out this […]

The first step torwards creating a working development environment on a local machine is to setup a webserver in which you can install and edit your CMS of choice. As I have said in the past, I “learned” on Drupal, and in future posts I will be outlining how to install a local Drupal site. […]

SEO and How To Improve It While working for a friend, he expressed his concern over his current sites SEO. The way he phrased it- his online business was doing poorly due to bad SEO. His SEO used to be good, but now it was not- and it needs to be fixed (This is where I […]

This is the first in a series describing a possible workflow to develop websites on a PC. I have an OSx boot available on my PC, but I am so comfortable on a PC that I find myself not using the Mac most of the time. A developer has also made a program available recently […]