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DrupalDare: Google Pagespeed Module and Drupal

Posted on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 by drupalroot

Google is trying to make the web faster! Every site owner should be aware off the Google Pagespeed tool (and YSlow) to make sure that the website they are running is as fast as it can be. The optimization tools they offer are great for anyone working with Drupal. But Google have taken it one step further by introducing Google Pagespeed module for you webserver that does a lot of optimization on the fly. The question is - does it make sense for Drupal?

InternetDevels: Drupal modules for social networks integration

Posted on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 by drupalroot

1. Service links module

Service links module simplifies attaching additional social links or javascript buttons into the content. It grants advantages to the developers who can add more buttons and rearrange them. It is created on Drupal and for Drupal so that doesn’t include any commercials or spyware.

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Aten Design Group: OpenAid 2.0 - A Free, Open Source Website Starter Kit for Nonprofits

Posted on Monday, March 2nd, 2015 by drupalroot

For cause-driven organizations, a website is a place to highlight impact, share resources, and build support. While a blog or brochure site can achieve some of these goals, it rarely does it all. Unfortunately, we all too often find organizations confined by the free and low-cost online platforms accessible to them. With that in mind, we’ve built OpenAid. It’s a free and open-source website starter kit developed for nonprofits and grassroots organizations. Its feature set is robust, its architecture flexible, and it can be installed in minutes.

We worked with activists, community organizers, and aid workers to build a platform that serves their organizations’ needs. Here are some of the features we’ve built to allow groups to inspire and connect with others on a scale that truly reflects their impact in the world.


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