Coronavirus Update

12th Mar 2020

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the UK, we thought it best to give you some guidance on how it may affect your site.

ComputerMinds will operate as normal


In short, please don't panic 🙂

Should we need to work from home, we have plans and infrastructure in place so that we can continue to service your site as normal. We're able to work fully remotely, and we're ready to do so.

Unless somehow we all come down terribly ill on exactly the same day, we should be running business as usual!

Commerce sites may need to consider site...

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Team Away Day March 2020

6th Mar 2020

There are two types of people in this world: those that beam from ear to ear at the idea of a "Team Away Day" and those who put their head in their hands in dread and fear of the future. We at ComputerMinds take our Team Away days very seriously and try to be the former! We value taking time out of our hectic work schedules to meet all together, to unwind, have fun and always, ALWAYS enjoy some good food.

As we are based across two offices, we feel that it is extra important for us to make the...

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A New Years Resolution for maintaining your Drupal site

19th Feb 2020
So 2020 is in full swing, we are already midway through February and any new year’s resolutions you may have set yourself may have slipped … but why not set yourself a new resolution of keeping on top of your Drupal site maintenance? Even as a developer working with Drupal every day, sometimes you can forget some of the basics in regards to site maintenance, so I’ve detailed some of the most important aspects you should be mindful of below.
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Nathan's fix for Rabbit Hole

4th Feb 2020

In case you're not aware, this year a bunch of us at CM are taking on a Drupal contribution challenge. Do go read about it!

I managed to squeeze in this contribution BEFORE the challenge started 😅 What a way to start the year!

We have a site that uses a large number of features to manage a large number of taxonomies, and I was tasked with rabbit-holing them all. That is, to make sure that if a user tries to visit any of their term pages, they just get a 404 page. Rabbit Hole is the answer, and lets...

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