Peninsula Imaging Revamps Its Online Image

Peninsula Imaging, a full service outpatient radiology and imaging center in Salisbury, MD, employs the latest diagnostic technologies and a commitment to providing top-notch patient care. Their website needed to better reflect their positioning as the leading provider of quality imaging services, from MRIs and CT scans to 3D mammograms and ultrasounds, on the lower shore.

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Increase Engagement with a Customer Portal

Are you thinking beyond your Drupal website just being, well, a website? If your website simply functions as an internet brochure for your business, there are ways to leverage your website’s platform to improve engagement with your customers or simplify processes to make communication easier.

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Our Spam Combat Strategy Keeps Your Website Secure

We’re like Internet ninjas when it comes to spam combat. Spam never sees us coming and never knows what hit them.

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Weighing the Benefits of Open Source Over Proprietary Content Management Solutions

Here at Inclind, it’s no secret that we’re crazy-big fans of the superhero-like software and content management systems provided by Drupal and WordPress. But we thought we’d point out why we feel open source software (OSS) is a much more viable option for businesses over proprietary, or closed source, software. And we’ll show you first-hand how we proved the benefits of converting from proprietary to open source with the Beebe Women’s Health website.

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Going Headless and Leveraging the Power of Decoupled Drupal to Create Powerful Web Applications

You might have heard the terms decoupled Drupal or the more sinister sounding headless Drupal - but what the heck does that mean? Basically, you can use the powerful Drupal 8 CMS with custom front-facing website that stands alone as opposed to having the theme and backend powered solely by Drupal.

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GP Energy Management Gets a Re-energized Website Built on Drupal 8

GP Energy Management came to us with a website that was, well, lacking energy. The design wasn’t mobile-friendly, plus it didn’t really prompt action for lead generation through any strong calls to action. And without blogging capabilities, it didn’t reach its audience potential.

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The Ins and Outs of What’s Out There in Content Management Solutions

In the world wide web development world, there is a unique purpose and place for each content management platform. Do you know the framework of each system and which one is best for you? Well, we do, and we’ve performed a thorough analysis of each one to cut the work out for you.

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Our PSA on PWAs

How Progressive Web Apps Are Changing the Internet Scene – And You May Not Even Know It Anything that has the word “progressive” tagged onto it has got to be a good thing when it comes to web design, right? Actually, it’s better than good, when it’s progressive web apps – or PWAs, as we geeks call them.

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American Councils for International Education Gets a Newly Re-themed Drupal Site

American Councils for International Education works with nations and global institutions on cultural exchange, language training and professional development. The organization’s vision is to help to build a world of globally competent citizens, successful institutions and responsible nations.

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Blue Water Development Corp's KOA Websites Get a Design Refresh

When Blue Water Development Corp. (BWDC) converted its Eastern Shore of Virginia campgrounds to KOA properties, they decided it was a great time to refresh the property websites along with the rebrand of these popular vacation destinations.

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Finding Hidden Technology Can Dramatically Improve Your Visitors’ Web Experience

What if the key to unlock access to your website’s full potential already lives and breathes within the many software and technology platforms used throughout your company? But your marketing department just doesn’t know it because the key is buried within another department.

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Google Chrome Shows Warnings for Unregistered SSL Certificates

Google takes SSL real seriously, flagging sites without them, and, now, as of a few days ago, posting full-page warnings to users accessing websites with SSLs that aren't logged in the public Certificate Transparency log.

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Health and Wellness for Your Website? Yes, It’s A “Thing”

Most marketing teams and businesses think about their websites when it comes to the initial design or redesign, adding features or refreshing the look, feel and functionality, but once those jobs are executed, the expectation is that it will sit there happily drawing in the masses. And then suddenly something goes wrong or traffic plateaus or drops. That’s when the red flags go up.

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RentABeach.com Gets a Performance Reboot

RentABeach.com is the brainchild of Fred Sheffield, an entrepreneur and innovator who created an algorithm that pulls rental listing information and indexes it all on one website. Vacationers to the North Carolina and Virginia coasts use RentABeach.com to search and request reservations for their perfect beach rental without visiting multiple websites. The website has grown exponentially in listings over the years but wasn’t scalable to meet user search demands. Fred was ready to take it to the next level of speed and expand the searching capabilities to better serve visitors and rental agencies.

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Signs You're in a Drupal Development Dead-End

The last thing you want to become in a relationship with your Drupal web developer is … stuck. It should be a fluid connection with many moving parts working together before, during and after your website launch.

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Pantheon updates give sites the gift of speed & security

It’s like Christmas in July around here! Well, in our geeked-out minds, that is – and we know our clients will be singing good tidings of great joy, too. That’s because Pantheon, our web hosting partner, just launched last week its new Global CDN (Content Delivery Network) and free HTTPS package.

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Is Your Site a Standout?

3 simple tips to make your website better

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Driving Them Home

How we improved trucking business Pyramid Transport’s digital presence We all know in the trucking and shipping industry, there’s a Point A, and there’s a point B, which means there’s success. But what happens in between? Or, better yet, what happens before Point A even becomes a point? Get the point?

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Going the distance at #DIW16

Because a day just isn’t enough for all of this superhuman brainpower, the first state (that’s Delaware, for our tourists) brings it in for a weeklong huddle, geek style, during Delaware Innovation Week in Wilmington, Del, Nov. 11-19. And two of our very own were there to represent team Inclind. #DIW16

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If you build a better real estate website, they will stay

How our long-time relationship with Gallo Realty always leads to more reservations

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Updating history

We helped historiclewes.org organize centuries of artifacts online

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Fite Like A Winner

The Fite Group called on us to make the search for luxury real estate listings easy. And we came out swinging.

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National Startup Day 2016

Sen. Tom Carper stops in for National Startup Day

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Better Living

We help revamp Erickson Living’s site with a second round of upgrades

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Peninsula Redesigned

Quality healthcare, web development style

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DrupalCon 2016

May means DrupalCon in NOLA

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In time for takeoff

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Love at first site

Why the upgrade from Drupal 6 to 8 is No. 1 in our book

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Talk Shop, Shopify that is

Inclind earns Shopify Expert status: what that means for the web agency, consumers and potential clients

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Going Local with Drupal 8 on Pantheon in Vlad

So I wanted to see what the difference was between using vlad for drupal 8 vs drupal 7. Check out Vlad

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Improving Media Management in Drupal

The Media module is a heavily used module within the Drupal community which allows users to manage all media types. The default experience is extensive and powerful, but there are further ways to improve the actual user experience when it comes to managing files. Those improvements include multi-file uploads, improved media interface and better organization of files.

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Creating Custom Templates in the Drupal 7 WYSIWYG Editor

Creating fully responsive websites with editable content is often made easy with the use of Display Suite or Panels. These modules allow us to build customized layouts which often incorporate code from a responsive framework such as Zurb's Foundation or Bootstrap.

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Bridgeland.com Launches!

We’re excited about our latest launch! We built Bridgeland.com from the ground up into a responsive Drupal 7 website with a parallax home page, over 400 blog posts, 3rd party integration with their lead management system and a user-friendly content editor.

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3 Things We Love about Pantheon

At Inclind, we have chosen to use Pantheon to host our clients’ sites. It gives us an efficient way to update and maintain dozens of sites in one place, so we thought we’d share 3 of our favorite things about Pantheon: It allows us to spin up multidev environments, giving us the ability to create a branch that is isolated from the main servers and letting us easily push changes from a dev site to a live site.

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Are People Viewing My Website from Their Phones?

If you would like to see how many people are accessing your website from a mobile device, you're in luck! You can easily access this information from your Google Analytics panel. First, go to your Google Analytics account. Once you're logged in, click on your web name to view your analytics overview. From the overview screen, click on "Mobile" on the left hand navigation.

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ZURB Foundation Nation

Inclind has been doing responsive design and responsive websites since early 2011. Along the way we have learned all the ins and outs of working with responsive design and grid frameworks to facilitate it. We’ve tried them all - from Omega, to Twitter Bootstrap, to Blueprint, Base, and Gumby.

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Setting Up Android's Virtual Device

After installing Android’s SDK Emulator several times on OSX, I decided it was time to document it and make it really easy for anybody else at the office to get setup. If you’re wondering how to get your work station setup and running Android emulations, here are some easy to follow instructions for you to use.

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Veronica Severyn joins our team

Veronica is a graduate of Wilmington University with Masters degree in web development who has joined our ranks making an awesome addition to our team.

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Custom Publishing Options' Hits 1000 Installations!

Out of the box, Drupal comes with 3 workflow states for node types: Published, Sticky, and Promote to Frontpage. ‘Published’ is useful enough to control if content is visible to non-administrative users, but what if you want to mark content as Archived, Featured, or other custom statuses? You could add a Field on the content type, but that comes with some overhead to manage across multiple content types. Plus, you have to remember to remove it from the display, and set user permissions on the Field. That’s a lot of work for busy content creators!

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