The Secrets of Organizing Your Higher Ed Site -  Decide

The Secrets of Organizing Your Higher Ed Site, Part 4 of 5: Decide

This is the fourth part in a five-part series.

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Whittle down and clean your higher education website

The Secrets of Organizing Your Higher Ed Site, Part 3 of 5: Clean

This is the third part in a five-part series.

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Part 2: Explore - Organizing Your Higher Ed Site

The Secrets of Organizing Your Higher Ed Site, Part 2 of 5: Explore

This is the second part in a five-part series. You should read the first part first.

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Frustrated Student on College Website

The Secrets of Organizing Your Higher Ed Site, Part 1 of 5: Inventory

In the modern information age, we’re all experiencing information, or cognitive overload.

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Website Strategy Meeting

What You Need to Know About Information Architecture

One of the biggest mistakes we see people make when it comes to their websites is not prioritizing information architecture.

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Student Using College Website

Improving Website Performance: A Site Manager's Guide to Minimizing Downtime

Higher education institutions often have large, complex websites that cater to many audiences who depend on their successful performance: Faculty, students, prospective students, parents and the higher education community at large.

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Collecting Feedback on New Website or Feature

5 Tips for Collecting Feedback on your New Website or Feature

DO Start early

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The Accessible Web: What You Need to Know

Website Accessibility: What You Should Know

The accessible web means that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, interact with, and contribute to the web. This encompasses all disabilities that affect access to the Web, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive and neurological disabilities.

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Inspiring Students to Achieve Education Beyond High School

As education becomes more of a necessity for the future workforce, educators and parents are constantly looking for new ways to encourage and motivate students to achieve more academically.

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Free Download: Content Audit Template

Free Resource: Content Audit Template

The goal of a content audit is to understand the current state of your website content, i.e. what content is relevant, what can be merged with other content and what can be safely removed.

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Is Drupal Secure?

Is Drupal Secure?

Most websites only need to worry about automated security attacks. These kind of attacks have a very low success rate, but they still happen. High risk websites have to worry about someone trying to actively hack their site. Usually this happens because of a few reasons:

 

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D8Rules

Automate Your Drupal Site with #D8Rules

Have you ever dreamed of automating your Drupal site? Want to send out customized emails automatically to notify your users about updates? Automatically update a Block on the Home page after the 100,000th user visits your site? Create custom redirections, system messages, breadcrumbs?

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The Least You Should Know About Drupal

The Least You Should Know About Drupal

What is Drupal?

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FarmOS is built on Drupal

Three Cool Drupal-Based Software Projects

Drupal has long been known for its incredible versatility and extensibility. Here are a few interesting Drupal-based software projects and solutions you should know about:

 

CiviCRM

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Wireframing during the Discovery Phase

Why a Discovery Phase is so Important to your Website Project

Every successful project begins with a Discovery phase. This is the part of the project that includes research, analysis, exploration and planning. The goal here is to grasp the bigger picture, define business goals, establish project scope, acknowledge constraints and define success.

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Choosing the Right CMS for Your Website

Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress, Oh My!

You have a few options when it comes to deciding on a content management system. WordPress, Joomla and Drupal are the three most popular CMS choices online and are all open-source and free to download and use. How will you ever decide? We've made it easy for you by comparing these three CMS providers in terms of features, flexibility, capability, and ease-of-use. Below, we take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each solution.

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