No. Really, no. There is no good reason for any website to be serving a mobile-specific site in 2018. In fact, the idea of a “mobile” site shouldn’t even exist anymore—every site should be a mobile site.
Conventional web development is dead. Or rather, the conventional path to becoming a seasoned web developer in high demand is no longer the same. The web development practices of five years ago differ vastly than what is required today.
In this post we’ll explore whether online forums are still relevant today. With the advancements the global internet community has made in recent years, are forums still necessary, or even useful at all?
Over the last ten years or so, web development technology has significantly progressed. By today, it has become easier and easier for business owners to create their own website, often in a matter of days — or even hours.
Apple’s iPhone lineup has become steadily more impressive over the years.
In April 2014, many Drupal sites experienced a widespread due to a vulnerability that was discovered with the content management system — nicknamed ‘Drupalgeddon’.
Every site administrator is all-too-familiar with the nuisance that are spam bots. Typically, spam bots will flood your website or blog with unsolicited comments and user registrations, which can be troublesome and time-consuming to remove.
Hard work equals success. It’s an age-old phrase that continues to be drummed into professionals across the globe, regardless of geographic location, culture or class. And, for the most part, it’s true.
Welcome to the third post in our Drupalgeddon 2 series!