Mark Carver

Introducing a new, easy to use, Drupal 8 module for background images: https://www.drupal.org/project/background_image If your site is designed around utilizing background images, then this module is for you! Whether you need a surgical implementation that only administrators/developers can implement or provide the ability to allow users to attach their own background images to entities, this module has you covered.

Dylan Clear

Nedjo Rogers is a Senior Performance Engineer with Tag1 based out of Victoria, Canada. He’s been an active Drupal contributor since 2003, has served as an advisory board member of the Drupal Association, and has led Drupal development projects for clients including Sony Music, the Smithsonian Institute, the Linux Foundation, and a number of nonprofit organizations. He’s also the co-founder of Chocolate Lily, where he builds web tools for nonprofits, including the Drupal distribution Open...

David Rothstein

This is the third in a series of blog posts about the relationship between Drupal and Backdrop CMS , a recently-released fork of Drupal. The goal of the series is to explain how a module (or theme) developer can take a Drupal project they currently maintain and support it for Backdrop as well, while keeping duplicate work to a minimum. In part 1 , I introduced the series and showed how for some modules, the...

David Rothstein

This is the second in a series of blog posts about the relationship between Drupal and Backdrop CMS , a recently-released fork of Drupal. The goal of the series is to explain how a module (or theme) developer can take a Drupal project they currently maintain and support it for Backdrop as well, while keeping duplicate work to a minimum. In part 1 , I introduced the series and showed how for some modules, the...

David Rothstein

Part 1 - Reuse the Same Code In mid-January, the first version of Backdrop CMS was released. Backdrop is a fork of Drupal that adds some highly-anticipated features and API improvements to the core Drupal platform while focusing on performance, usability, and developer experience. When an open-source fork makes the news, it's often because it was born from a fierce, acrimonious battle (example: Joomla forking from Mambo ); the resulting projects compete with each other...