Drupal Migration: How to Overcome Challenges?
Drupal has long been recognized as one of the world's most prominent enterprise content management systems (CMS). It boasts a customer-first approach to delivering unmatched services to its clients. However, Drupal migration can be time-consuming and daunting.
Many Drupal websites use older versions, exposing them to security threats and missing out on cutting-edge features and bug fixes. Upgrading to the latest version of Drupal is essential to overcome potential threats and security risks. LN Web Works has published a new article on overcoming the challenges of Drupal migration.
According to statistics, most Drupal websites still rely on older versions of Drupal, primarily Drupal 7. Among other things, using an old version is a lost opportunity to utilize the advantages of updated versions. Consulting a Drupal expert will help the website owner navigate the challenges.
While migrating to a higher version of Drupal, it is crucial to focus on the continuity of SEO migration and to plan dedicated strategies to avoid losing all the work done on SEO-optimized content. Additionally, Drupal 8 has significant architectural differences from Drupal 7, which requires nearly all aspects of the existing website to be rebuilt. However, rebuilding the architecture provides an opportunity to eliminate redundancies and unused modules and integrations.
Lastly, migrating to Drupal 8 or 9 requires rebuilding custom modules. However, migrating to the latest version takes the site to a whole new level, making it worthwhile in the long run. Read the blog post to learn more about Drupal migration.
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