We are pleased to announce that the World Lung Foundation (WLF) has chosen Proof to develop their new, Drupal-based website. WLF works with organizations throughout the world in their mission to improve lung health. WLF is closely aligned with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva and the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease in Paris. They work with those organizations and others on research, education and advocacy on topics including tobacco use, TB and Aids, asthma and child lung health.
Recently, we have had people asking us what makes Proof's support different. It really starts with our belief that support shouldn't be complicated. And we find that the best way to keep it simple is to define support broadly and avoid the fine print.
Any piece of software that has lasted through several version releases is bound to have one or two legacy quirks, and Drupal is no exception. I was working on a theme that made use of the standard
footer region, and I was puzzled as to why the menu I had placed into that region kept displaying below the
$footer_message variable, despite the fact that I had placed the
footer region output above the
$footer_message variable in my
Proof has worked with Montclair Kimberley Academy and Texas Lutheran University to migrate their mission critical FileMaker databases from FMP6 to FMP9. These projects were undertaken with several key goals in mind, none more important than preserving all of the features and functionality into which both institutions have invested so much energy and money over the past years.