Indigo Digital News Blog
- Monday, June 24, 2013
Have you searched for your site lately on any of the big search engines? If not, it may be a great time to do so. You might be surprised at what you see. There may be outdated information you had forgotten about and good ways to move up in the queue. And if you're not sure about what to do with the information you find, give us a call.
- Tuesday, June 11, 2013
There are so many reasons, not least of which is that it's much simpler to maintain. The back-end interface is simpler, and adding new features is less costly and faster. Most exciting, however, is how easy Drupal 7 makes building websites that work on tablets and smartphones just as easily as on your laptop or desktop. The long and short of it is, a better website is better for your bottom line. The following article sums it all up quite nicely:
- Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Yes, I read instructions. So I read (and re-read) the instructions for the Feed module because I needed to turn a CSV file into nodes. Attempt after attempt, and change the settings as I might, all I was rewarded with was the message "No new nodes." I finally stumbled across a page on the DrupalAnswers section of StackExchange that mentioned line endings being an issue. Since I work on a Mac and my server is Linux, this seemed like a good thing to try, and Joy! it worked.
I use BBEdit (still) and it has a function in the save/save as dialog called "Line Breaks" and in that select box, simply choose Unix (LF) and save away. The rest of the process outlined in the Feeds documentation worked just fine.
Hope this saves someone some hair pulling.
- Monday, October 1, 2012
Indigo Digital is pleased to announce the launch of the Saint Mary's College Sesquicentennial website. Click here to view the live site.
The project was a collaboration with partner Stoltze Design and the college. We provided production services to build out the design and create and populate the static pages of the site. The project was done under a very tight timeline and happens to be our second sesquicentennial website (the first being for MIT).