Development

Should your website provide Internet Explorer support?

Cockroaches are really hard to get rid of – they can live a week without their head.  Internet Explorer has similar survival skills. Even though the most recent version of IE was released in 2013, Internet Explorer’s browser share has remained high enough that it can’t be dismissed out of hand....

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A Quick Guide to Migrating Drupal Content from D7 to D8

DrupalCon is always a great opportunity to share experiences, knowledge and some funny stories about our daily work.

What caught my attention last year was the reaction from fellow drupalers when I said I was using the Migration API to move content from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8....

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How to write a good agile user story

At Brick Factory we use an agile software development process to complete our website development work.  Put very simply, this means we break up the work that needs to be done into smaller pieces called user stories.  These stories are then prioritized and completed during a series of two week work sprints. ...

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Making Sure Your Site Adheres to GDPR “Cookie” Policies

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new set of rules issued by the European Union (EU) designed to give citizens more control over their personal data. From a web perspective, it requires Web sites that reach a European audience to actively inform site visitors of what data is being gathered by the site via cookies,...

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Brick Factory’s Nine Favorite Drupal Modules

Drupal is well known as an incredibly robust content management system, or CMS. Brick Factory uses Drupal for most of the websites we create, both for our customers, and for ourselves. One of the factors of Drupal that makes it so very versatile is the ability to add Drupal Modules....

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