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A few words from the apes, monkeys, and various primates that make up the Cheeky Monkey Super Squad.

Web Development

  • 5 years 1 month ago

    It’s a well known fact that monkeys love to chatter. Lately, all the chatter has been about the state of Drupal security. It was widely reported last week that nearly one million Drupal account holders had their passwords, email addresses and user names accessed by an unknown hacker. Many people have used this opportunity to question the security of Drupal as a content management system.

  • 5 years 2 months ago

    “The next big thing for Drupal is eCommerce,” according to Robert Douglas of Commerce Guys, in a recent guest post published on the Drupal Association. It is undeniable that Drupal has seen tremendous growth in the twelve years since its inception, and the coming release of Drupal 8 seems likely to accelerate growth for the foreseeable future. A major area of growth potential in the Drupal community is eCommerce.


  • 5 years 2 months ago

    WordPress is turning 10 years old this month, prompting lots of speculation about what comes next for the Content Management System. Many people are speculating that WordPress and Drupal are moving even closer in performance, as WordPress develops from a purely blogging platform more towards a CMS, and as Drupal sites continue to insist on an easier to use system with less steep learning curve for non-developers.

  • 5 years 2 months ago
    We now have a new updated post on Drupal Responsive modules for you to enjoy!

    In today’s modern world, the expression is you have to either evolve, adapt, or get left behind. Us monkeys have certainly learned to adapt, which is one of the reasons we love Drupal as a content management system.

  • 5 years 3 months ago

    We love designing Drupal sites, and one of the greatest things about the platform is the sheer number of slideshow options available to meet any web design need. The folks over at Symphony Themes recently highlighted some of their favorites, and they’re the subject of more than a little chatter among us monkeys.

  • 5 years 3 months ago

    One of the greatest things about Drupal sites is how easy it is to integrate with many products. Around here, Drupal integrations come to us as naturally as throwing barrels comes to Donkey Kong.

  • 5 years 3 months ago

    One of the most challenging things for a website owner to do is to design and post content from a mobile device. One issue is that content takes a while to upload through mobile networks. In addition, content produced on mobile devices is limited.

    Laptops and desk top computers are much easier to use when posting content, but as far as carry one on the go, not so much. However, on the other hand, mobile devices may prove to be practical for an on-the-go lifestyle, they are not easy to post content from. So, what’s the monkey solution?

  • 5 years 3 months ago

    We’ve made no secret about our love of Drupal as a content management system, and Drupal continues to grow each day, improving in power, performance and dependability. The latest news in the Drupal community proves that it has finally developed some powerful e-commerce chops. Drupal Commerce, the leading e-commerce company on Drupal, recently announced that it has skyrocketed past 300,000 total downloads.

  • 5 years 3 months ago

    Responsive websites are designed to present a similar user experience to mobile and desktop visitors, regardless of how the site is accessed (tablet, smartphone, iPod, etc.). Drupal features make responsive design a delicious breeze, and it can also be accomplished on WordPress sites with the right amount of monkeying around.

  • 5 years 4 months ago

    In today’s world, businesses and their websites go together like a monkey and a banana - when you see one, you just sort of expect it to have the other. When a business chooses the wrong style of website, it can kind of be like seeing a monkey with a carrot. Sure, it still makes sense and meets the basic nutritional requirements, but who are we kidding? It just doesn’t look right!


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