Drupal 7 EOL 

D7 end-of-life has been extended. Here's what you need to know. 

Drupal 7 EOL Extended to January 2025

According to Drupal's usage statistics, over 400,000 Drupal sites currently run on Drupal 7, which launched over a decade ago. That’s more than half of all working Drupal sites! Despite this large number, Drupal 7 will reach its end of life on January 2025. Support has recently been extended for the final time, from November 2023 until January 2025, easing the pressure on website owners to migrate to Drupal 9 or 10. However, website owners should not wait until the last minute to decide on the next course of action and start the migration process.

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Why You Need to Migrate Now

Your website is your most important marketing asset and migrating to Drupal 9 or 10 offers an opportunity to improve website effectiveness and address customer needs. In collaboration with Pantheon, we've put together a guide on migrating to Drupal 9 or 10 in anticipation of Drupal 7's upcoming end of life. 

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Digital Strategy Checklist

If you’d like to move your site forward and deliver better results, you should consider some of the following items within your site migration project:

Taxonomy Updates

Is your site organized in a manner that helps visitors find what they need and reflects how your users are actually using your site?

Design & Copy Refresh

Does your site look dated or has your branding been updated but not your website? Does the voice and tone of your website need to be fine-tuned? Now is the time to create that consistency.

Accessibility Standards

Does your site meet or exceed accessibility standards? A site migration is a perfect time to ensure that you are providing access to all of your visitors and aren’t being penalized in organic search.

Content Audit & SEO Optimization

You’ll need to review all content on the site to determine what should be kept, what should be updated and what should be retired, so optimizing your content and media as part of the process should be a no-brainer.

Development Workflows

Working with a Pantheon will help your migration run more smoothly and it will set you up for longer-term success. Putting the right workflows in place makes it much easier for marketing and development teams to collaborate and deploy changes more frequently.

Authoring Workflows

Many clients use a migration to take a closer look at the content and editing experience with the objective of making content creation and publication easier for all involved.

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