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Scary Web Development Stories to Tell in the Dark

A group of Lullabots get together to swap scary stories from their professional pasts. Sometimes computers are hard and result in some scary situations. Happy Halloween!

Drupal Automatic Updates—The Update

Keeping a Drupal site up-to-date can be tricky and time consuming. Host Matt Kleve sits down with three people in the Drupal community who have been working to make that process easier and faster.

Small Team Skills: Putting in the Work on a Drupal 7 Upgrade

Host Matt Kleve talks with Nevin Katz who is an experienced Drupal developer on a small team who recently went through the process of upgrading an old D7 site to D9.

The End of the Road for Drupal 8, Many More Drupal 9 Beginnings

It might feel like it's brand new, but Drupal 8 will reach its end-of-life on November 2, 2021. But what should you be doing about that now?

What if You Don’t Upgrade from Drupal 8?

Drupal 8’s EOL (end of life) happened on November 2, 2021. What does this mean?

Social Share Links Are (Probably) Spying On You

Social networks use info from embedded share widgets on your site to build advertising profiles based on your content. Find out alternative solutions you can use to protect user data.

Drupal in Government

Matt and Mike talk to two organizers of Drupal4Gov, as well as the project manager for Lullabot's replatform about all things Drupal in the government.

Sending a Drupal Site into Retirement Using the Static Generation Module

Previously, we explained how to send a Drupal Site into retirement using HTTrack. Another option is using the Static Generator module to generate a static site instead. Here's how to do that.

Sending a Drupal Site Into Retirement Using HTTrack

Maintaining a fully functional Drupal 7 site and keeping it updated with security updates year-round takes a lot of work and time. Using HTTrack is one way to retire the site. Here's how it works.