Now that you have a working Drupal website, you may want to audit it for certain aspects and want to make sure everything is at its place as claimed by your developer.
- Auditing one Drupal website with one domain. Sub domains will be considered as separate Drupal websites
- Checking custom Drupal modules & Theme for Drupal coding & Security Standard compliance
- Reviewing code & identifying unecessary block of codes which may add some overhead in processing user request and/or page loading time.
- Reviewing all the features of the Drupal website, testing & making sure they work as per the requirements and there are no loose ends.
- Reviewing & confifming security of the features & Drupal website as a whole
- Benchmarking page load speed & compliance with Google PageSpeed and mobile device compatiblity.
- Prepring a technical report which covers all the Drupal website Audit details carried out in above steps
This does not cover:
- Writing any peice of code to fix an issue or two on your Drupal website.
- Building any new or missing features.
- Enhancing any existing features.
- Fixing any front end issues with your Drupal theme.
- Fixing performance issues.
- Fixing 404, 500 or adding a 302 redirection.
- Setting up Security on your Drupal website.
- Optimizating your hosting server.
- Performing 'on site' or 'Off site' SEO.
- Adding rules to .htaccess
- Updating/upgrading Drupal core or contributed modules.
- Fixing search engin appearance & position.