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Drupal 8 was built in 2015 and will be end of life in November of this year. For those of you with websites built with Drupal 8, this may instantly throw up several questions: What on earth does this actually mean? What do I need to do? What does this mean for my website?
Your website is a powerful tool. Yes, it’s a ‘shop window’ into your business, a way for people to browse at what you do, how you are different to your competitors and why they should use you. But it’s also a powerhouse of information, which through careful management can really facilitate business growth.
We’ve all been there, that moment when you are browsing for a particular site and when you reach it…disappointment. Out of date messages – wishing you a Merry Xmas (in June), the latest blog is 4 months old, the content is tired.
With the explosion of different devices, it’s vital that websites re-size to fit the user’s screen. For many businesses, their website is their shop window. It’s vital they are up to date, fit for purpose, display everything well on any device and give your customer the browsing experience they deserve. If you had a shop, you wouldn’t cover up the shop windows…would you?