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.
Each year the Sydney Drupal Community puts on a two day "DrupalCamp", generally held over a weekend at a location where attendees can get away from it all and get down to some serious Drupal talk.
Morpht has released a govCMS demo site which demonstrates some techniques which can lead to easier more effective site builds for Government agencies.
A how to for writing a popup window in Drupal which utilises client-side storage for tracking the expiry date on different pages.
Designers and Information Architects unfamiliar with govCMS can get the most from it by knowing about the patterns of Drupal and govCMS.
A high level look at the features and capabilities of the govCMS codebase. Suitable for those considering whether to build a site on the platform.
Morpht has partnered with Acquia to build websites for the Australian Government on the govCMS platform.
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.
Several speakers from Morpht will be presenting at the DrupalSouth 2015 conference to be held in Melbourne.
Six Morpht Developers have received Acquia certification.
At Morpht we care about the user experience and adopt a proven UX design process. it all starts from a discovery process in which we chat with clients about their vision and expectations.
Australian Drupal-savvy DevOps shops mig5 and Morpht are joining forces, and are currently looking for another Drupal savvy|interested person to augment a planned crack team of ninjadmins for various missions/ambushes in 2015.
Ctools content types, not to be confused with general content types, are Panels version of blocks. Another name for them are panel panes, but just think of them as more powerful blocks. Ivan will walk you through the process of creating your own content types.
Morpht has been accepted as an accredited supplier to the NSW Government for ICT services.
Murray and I presented a session at Drupal Camp Sydney 2014 on the Paragraphs module. The presentation had a demo, lecture and a bit of roleplay. We talked about the benefits of chunking content and how Paragraphs could be used.
At this month's Sydney Drupal Users Group, I did a short presentation about using Bootstrap in Drupal 7. The presentation was broken down into two parts: Bootstrap themes and modules.
It's been a while since the Sydney Drupal community put on a Drupal camp. It's time for that to change.
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