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Over the last 15 years, Drupal has earned a reputation for being the most powerful open source content management system. Yes, Drupal may be harder to learn some alternatives, but it compensates for this with its options and flexibility. Does Drupal 8 continue this tradition? I recently needed to find out.

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Way back in 2014 Google made a push towards the use of HTTPS and SSL. Since then we all know that we need to check for the little lock on the address bar before we enter personal information. Right? But what does it mean for your website? Learn in this post how to make sure your WordPress site complies with Google Security Guidelines.

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Finding easy to use modules for Drupal 8 is not always easy. Often they haven't been migrated from Drupal 7. Or they are still in beta. Or the documentation is either poor or non-existent. That's why finding the MailChimp module was a true delight. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use this module to integrate your Drupal 8 site with MailChimp newsletter service.

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Google has been saying for a while that it is penalizing sites that do not use SSL certificates. 

Tired of announcing your CMS choice to the world?

Find out more about responsive websites with our quick overview.

Many sites are receiving emails with dire warnings from Google.

If you have ever been asked to import emails into a mailing list database, you'll know the wide variety of formats these can come in. And the headache!

A wonderful script to help jazz up a page. Navigation follows a circular pattern. Easy to implement and customize.

Can't figure out what font you're looking at? Try What the Font

Use a little Css to hide stuff in an iframe.

Check screensizes here:


And if you need to target a specif device: http://cssmediaqueries.com/target/

Grab css for font use here:


If you want to add a caption to the thumbnail generated from the featured image, go to the loop and


<?php the_post_thumbnail(); ?>

with this:

<?php the_post_thumbnail();
echo get_post(get_post_thumbnail_id())->post_excerpt; ?>

Need the codes for special characters? Look no further... well, click on the link below ✿