Our Drupal Blogs from July

Written by: Matic
Published on: 1.8.2017

We've never been that fast. It's the first day of the new month and we are already giving you the overview of our blog activities in the past month. There has been plenty of action, so let us not waste any more time and take a look at our Drupal Blogs from July.

We have started the month with the Most popular Drupal modules. It was a topic that we wanted to cover a long time ago, but it somehow always slipped away. Nevertheless, we have explored, which ones are the most downloaded ones and which ones are used by the most sites. The list includes Views, Token ...

Since it is summer time, some of you were already on a vacation, while some of you will still go on a vacation. Therefore, we have made a list of Holiday and Travel sites that were made with Drupal. We hoped that with them, your decision about where to rest and gain more energy will be easily achieved.


Travel and Holiday Drupal sites


Our third blog topic in July were Drupal Mini Camps. We have explained the history of them, the criteria for being a Mini Camp and the most recent one, which took place in Atlanta.

We continued the month with How to improve the SEO on your Drupal site. With this blog post, we revealed the ways to boost your rankings in search engine results. Namely, you must score high on them, because when people look for information, they rarely get past the first page of Google, Yahoo, Bing ... And if you are not on it, your potential clients won’t find you.




The focus was then back to the modules. More specifically, it was up to the ones related to the newest version of Drupal. However, Top Drupal 8 Modules consisted without the ones that were already mentioned in the first blog post of the month. Nevertheless, we wanted to point out the best ones for solving everyday problems.

We concluded the month with a blog topic Are you ready to take a chance with experimental modules? We explained, what experimental modules are, what different stabilities they have, gave you some examples and in the end warned you about risks you take with having them. A lot of users are not aware of them, so it’s good to know, what lays ahead of you.