Stuff about custom web development


Beebe Healthcare Boosts Internal Communications with a New Intranet

Beebe Healthcare’s marketing team was tasked with improving internal communications among hospital administration and staff. The current intranet was static and hard to navigate so the team turned to Inclind, its ongoing web development partner, to design and build an improved internal communications system that was fresh and engaging.

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Check Us Out on Clutch

Here at Inclind, we are inclined to declare ourselves great at what we do! We are proud of the work we produce and want to talk about it and show it off. That is normal for any company, but to prove that we are not biased, and our clients are just as pleased with our work as we are, we have started a new partnership. We are happy to announce our official partnership with Clutch, the Washington DC go to company for all things ratings and reviews related.

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Shell We Bounce Launches New WordPress Website

Shell We Bounce trampoline park has grown in popularity by leaps and bounds, literally, and it was time for their website to do a little more heavy lifting to get people through the door and on to the fun faster. </>

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Our New Cantilever Plugin is Improving the Way Developers Use Terminus

Look at us, connecting with the developer community with our very own plugin! Phil Everton, a developer here at Inclind, created a plugin for Patheon’s Terminus named Cantilever, that’s able to run commands on multiple sites at the same time instead of tediously sifting through each individual site to run commands.

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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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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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