If you are a Drupal website designer and are looking for resources to learn more (or review what you know) about Drupal website design, you’ve come to the right place. In the newest version of Drupal, Drupal 8, there are many new and improved features for any end user, including website designers, front-end developers, and back-end developers. Creating easy-to-use, engaging, mobile-friendly Drupal websites is now easier than ever with Drupal 8.
In this eBook, we outline all of the best improvements for Drupal website design in Drupal 8. Read now to learn about front-end improvements in Drupal 8, including:
HTML5: all of Drupal 8’s output has been converted from XHTML to semantic HTML5 markup
Front-end Libraries and Helpers: Drupal 8 provides a multitude of front-end libraries that enable users to create mobile-friendly, rich front-end applications
Responsive Features: Drupal 8 brings improved responsive features such as responsive themes, images, toolbars, and tables
Even More Improved Accessibility: Drupal 8 extensively uses WAI-ARIA attributes to provide meaning to rich, front-end applications, such as the in-place editor and responsive toolbar
New UI Elements: Drupal 8 provides new UI elements such as modal dialogs and drop buttons that can be used in your own admin screens