5 Reasons Stanford Sites is the Perfect Solution for Your Website
We get it. You need your Stanford website up and running like, yesterday.
Drupal 7 Support Ends November 2023
Stanford Web Services continues to move full steam ahead to meet our goal of modernizing Stanford’s central web content management systems, including those websites built with the Stanford Sites Dr
When and How to Use Drop-down Menus
Navigating a website can be a daunting task, especially if the site’s architecture and menu system aren’t clear.
5 Steps for Designing Modern Website Navigation
Research shows that we have less than 20 seconds to grab the attention of users who come to our websites.
Drupal 9 Upgrade Won’t Require a Rebuild
You may miss our next major Drupal version upgrade, but that’s all part of the plan.
Stanford Sites built on Drupal 8 (D8) will automatically upgrade to D9 on Feb. 18.
How to Put User Needs at the Forefront of Your Web Design: Cardinal Service Part Two
Identifying user needs is an integral part of designing a successful website. How do you take the next step to put those needs at the forefront of your new design?
The Importance of an Informed Website Strategy: Cardinal Service Part One
Successful website design unites user needs with organizational intent.
Four ‘Not-So-Obvious’ Tips to Use Google Forms Like a Pro
Form Builder may now be gone, but Google Forms can get the job done for you. When you’re ready to level up your Forms game, read on for a few not-so-obvious pro tips that I’ve picked up in my journey to adoption.
Early Adopters Transform Their Websites on the New Stanford Sites Drupal 8
With over 160 Stanford Sites Drupal 8 websites in progress since the platform launched in February, we want to spotlight a few of the early adopters and share their unique experiences as they transitioned from D7 to D8.
In just five months, these groups built their sites using our D8 product’s first version features, which focused on meeting the immediate needs of several D7 websites with simple content structures.
Drupal 7’s End of Life and What That Means for Stanford Sites
The Drupal 7 (D7) community recently announced that due to the COVID-19 impact, they are extending the previously scheduled D7 end of life from November 2021 to November 2022.
How does this affect our goal to upgrade all D7 Stanford websites to Drupal 8 in the next year or so? Good question!