Browser caching (or page caching) is a system of storing a local copy of resources or webpages, which are expected not to change (or at least not very often). Images, CSS files, and JavaScript files don’t need to be loaded on every page request and storing a local copy of these files greatly improves page load time.

Responsive design is quickly gaining in popularity for sites of all functions and sizes. It offers the ability to deliver your content across all devices without having to worry about the myriad device types and sizes. For online retailers, a change in conversion rates can greatly impact the bottom line. So how do eCommerce site owners best leverage responsive web design? Read on to learn how.

As we come into the New Year we can take an entire year in review and say that the landscape of web is changing forever – more and more organizations and companies are leveraging Drupal for enterprise applications. In previous years open source solutions such as Drupal would never be considered for the projects that are insisting it be used for today.