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Over the next couple of years, Drupal will be ending support for Drupal 7 & Drupal 8. If your website is built on either, make sure you’re ready.
If your website is still built on Drupal 7, it’s important to be aware that Drupal is ending support for it as of November 2022, which is a year’s extension on the original end date due to Covid.
If you’re on Drupal 8, it is still set to reach its end-of-life in November 2021, due to the Symfony 3 Framework coming to it’s end-of-life.
This will mean no more updates, bug fixes or security patches. This is going to leave it open to vulnerabilities, and issues.
If you are wanting to stay on the Drupal platform, you will need to migrate to Drupal 9, with all that entails.
However, if you’re looking to migrate away from Drupal, and are considering WordPress, have a read of our recent piece on why many businesses are making the move from Drupal to WordPress.
Whatever you choose, don’t leave your project too late. Although November 2021 & November 2022 seem a long way off right now, the average website project takes a good 3-4 months to complete. Make sure you’re prepared.
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