Tag: Development

  • 5 reasons why site audits are important

    5 reasons why site audits are important

    Doing a site audit is a great opportunity for your organizations to clean up, clean out and document your site and domain infrastructure. Here are 5 great reasons why you should do this on a regular basis. (at least twice a year) Remove unused code, features and tracking scripts With such a focus on site…

  • Using Git with WP Engine the right way

    Using Git with WP Engine the right way

    There is plenty to appreciate about WP Engine as a WordPress platform and we have been a partner for quite some time. Caching, Multiple sites, backup, multi user, support. All great features. The one that falls flat in our opinion is their Git implementation. While non-standard would be putting it mildly, the WP Engine Git…

  • Privacy and data governance with Onetrust and Google Tag Manager

    Privacy and data governance with Onetrust and Google Tag Manager

    With the increasing scrutiny placed on privacy, having a complete and flexible system to document and comply with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679)) and the newer CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) and CPRA (California Privacy Rights Act) is crucial for organizations large and small. OneTrust We partner with OneTrust to help our…

  • Slack intergrations with your marketing site

    Slack intergrations with your marketing site

    There are many out of the box Slack integrations that are great to have, but the ones that really count are the ones that are particular to your business processes and initiatives. Since Slack came on the scene, we’ve done many integrations for partners. These range from simple form and asset interactions to site health…

  • Using jq for JSON on the Command Line

    Using jq for JSON on the Command Line

    Recently, while working on a migration from a Drupal 7 site to a Drupal 8 site, the command line tool `jq` came in quite handy. The migration source was a JSON api containing the field values of nodes in the Drupal 7 site. I was looking for a quick way to get some basic information…