The official Drupal 9 has released. The end of life for Drupal 7 has been extended to November 2022, but Drupal 8 end of life remains to be November 2021. The good news is that upgrading to Drupal 9 from Drupal 8 is a much smoother process than upgrading Drupal 7 to Drupal 8. If you are thinking about upgrading your website to Drupal 9, this article is for you.
Drupal 9 is set to be released on June 3 of 2020. This new release is definitely exciting, but it’s also a little bittersweet, as it signals the fact that end-of-life (or EOL) is near for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8. Both are scheduled for EOL in November of 2021.
Are you ready for this new update, or are you unsure of whether or not you need to worry about updating? Either way, read on to learn everything you need to know about Drupal 9, as well as how to get ready for its release.
Acquia Cohesion is a Drupal website builder that lets you create all the visual aspects of a website, such as a layout, theme, templates, blocks, components. All within the browser with easy to use drag-and-drop UI.
Throughout the world, most municipal governments have their own websites. Do you have a municipal website? Is it as well-designed as you’d like it to be? Does it contain the right information?
Read on to learn more about how your municipal website should look and function. You’ll also get some helpful tips on how you can design it to meet your needs.
Sometimes a project moves in different directions despite it's intended origins, in this article we're not going to discuss when to use Acquia Lightning, as there are many instances when this may well be the best approach, but we are going to discuss how to remove Acquia Lightning should your project decide to take a different fork in the path, so to speak.
Before we can begin, however, we need to ensure that your Acquia Lightning project meets the following criteria: