Drupal Quality Assurance Checklist

April 27, 2012 - 18:45

A Drupal website can be improved with lessened rate of defects and increased usability, when quality assurance is well implemented. Once you validate your Drupal site against the following checkpoints, you can assure a quick remedy for any glitches or compatibility issues that might occur:

Quality Assurance

  1. Remove test content, such as "lorem ipsum" text, dummy users, or content generated by the Devel module.
  2. Remove unused themes.
  3. Remove the files for any modules that aren't used and are never likely to be used (tip: the Enabled Modules module can help with this).
  4. Pass the code through coder and get it passed at the maximum sensitivity.


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