Drupal blogs and tutorials for designers
Published29 September 2021
With this blogpost I, Drupal web designer for 10+ years, will show you how I theme my Drupal websites. How does it work, what is my set up and what do you need to be aware of.
Published23 September 2021
RSS is a great way to syndicate your content, but setting up a feed correctly displaying your articles can be tricky. In this blog post I will show you how to use Views to build the perfect feed in Drupal 9.
Published19 September 2021
It’s called the easiest major Drupal upgrade in a decade. But for me, as a Drupal designer/site builder who doesn't know how to code, it was pretty damn hard. In this blog post I will outline the steps I took to upgrade a Drupal 8 website to Drupal 9.
Published15 September 2021
As a Drupal developer you don’t always have the time or resources to spend on designing the things you build. In this blog post I will share a few easy to follow guidelines that will make your work instantly look better.
Published13 September 2021
Combining the media module, image crop and metatag module you can create the perfect image management system for your Drupal content. You only have to upload one image which then can be used for multiple purposes.
Published8 September 2021
Making your Drupal website more accessible doesn’t have to be hard. With a few tweaks you can make your website better for everybody.
Published1 September 2021
Modules are what make Drupal great. For almost any problem there is a module that solves it. In this blog post I will share 50 modules that I frequently use.
Published26 August 2021
Displaying a view in another view sounds complicated, but can be very useful. In this blog post I will use a real life example to explain how to achieve this.
Published7 August 2021
Cloudways offers the ideal hosting experience for Drupal web designers and site builders. I've been using it for more than 2 years and share my experience in this blog post.
Published5 August 2021
As of Drupal version 8 multilingual support is baked in. Still, it can be frustrating to let Drupal play nice with more than one language. In this blog I’ll help you with some annoying quirks.