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Maarten Segers

Maarten Segers

Maarten is Consultant at AMPLEXOR International based in Belgium. Maarten joined AMPLEXOR in 2012 and has over 15 years of experience in web development, specializing in Drupal. He is a Certified Scrum Master and Acquia Certified Developer.
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10 tips to manage a multilingual website in Drupal 8

Written by Maarten Segers in Customer Experience on 09/02/18


In a previous blog post I wrote about how building a multilingual website has vastly improved in Drupal 8. At first glance, you may think it’s easy: "just translate the site into x languages”, but once you start asking yourself the right questions, you may be surprised about the factors you need to consider and the issues that might come up. We suggest you take into consideration the following tips to manage a multilingual website in Drupal 8 before you start.

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Building a multilingual website in Drupal 8

Written by Maarten Segers in Customer Experience on 10/05/16


Many international websites publish their content in several languages. This content in the different languages can have a one-to-one relationship where the content authors need to keep translations synchronized. On the other hand, content in several languages can also be completely different within the same site.

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Why content authoring has improved in Drupal 8

Written by Maarten Segers in Customer Experience on 01/07/15


The upcoming version of Drupal offers many improvements and new features, not only for developers but also for editors creating content on a daily basis. The authoring experience has been greatly enhanced by the UX-Team after a number of usability studies.

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Google update urges you to make your website mobile friendly

Written by Maarten Segers in Customer Experience on 09/04/15


On 21 April, Google introduced two initiatives to enhance the experience of users searching for content on mobile platforms. The first Google update is that mobile-friendly websites will rank higher in search results than their non-mobile-friendly counterparts. A big plus for the users is that they will find relevant results that offer a good experience on the device they're using much more easily. The second change is that indexed apps will also be included in search results for signed in users that have the apps installed.

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