Google Tag Manager (GTM) allows you to track user interactions on your website that aren’t collected by software such as Google Analytics by default. You can configure what is tracked without touching a line of code. In this article we will show you how to track custom user interactions on your website, and then send that data to Google Analytics for later viewing.
govCMS ships with workflow capabilities out of the box. This article examines how the quality of published content can be improved as well as the improvements in security which can arise when you have an audited, moderated process.
The govCMS platform is designed to help government agencies get online and to address the challenges and opportunities posed by Digital Transformation. This article looks at the new requirements of the DTO and how they apply to govCMS.
Creating responsive websites is easy these days with frameworks like Zurb’s Foundation and Bootstrap. The WYSIWYG API template plugin module allows us to predefine templates in WYSIWYG, helping editors to layout content for a mobile friendly website.
Morpht has been doing a lot of work on the Paragraphs module. Murray Woodman will be presenting a suite of complementary contrib modules which help content creators at the upcoming DrupalCon LA conference.
One of the trickier aspects of any data migration is migrating users and ensuring that the authentication details which worked on the legacy site also continue to work on the new Drupal site. This article shows how it is done for .Net to Drupal 7.
OpenLayers module is a popular solution for mapping in Drupal. The biggest benefit is the ability to use different map providers, complete Feature support and, last but not least, the simplicity of creating custom markers.