Search Results for ‘Plugins

  • Maciej Swoboda: How To Create a Full Featured Demo Site For Your Plugins Or Themes

    Maciej Swoboda: How To Create a Full Featured Demo Site For Your Plugins Or Themes

    WordCamp Barcelona 2016Speaker: Maciej Swoboda

    June 13, 2017 — If you are a plugin or theme developer you probably get many requests for a live demo. I would like to show you how you can create a full featured demo site for your clients based on WordPress Multisite, Gravity Forms and a bit of custom coding. It is easy and can be achieved in a few hours at most. I will show how to setup a demo site with WordPress Multisite, then create a form for the user to register. After the user registers he is automatically logged in to his own site that has been preset with some defaults. It is fully personalized for him and he can do anything there to test your plugins and themes. Frontend and backend. He also gets a nice welcome screen and an option to quickly contact you with any questions. After 24 hours his demo is deleted and he gets a follow up e-mail encouraging to buy your products. Disclaimer: I was inspired by a blog post by John Turner who covered the topic, however I went further and made the whole concept better.

  • Allyson Souza: Desenvolvendo Plugins para WooCommerce

    Allyson Souza: Desenvolvendo Plugins para WooCommerce

    WordCamp Fortaleza 2016Speaker: Allyson Souza

    May 5, 2017 — Saiba como iniciar o desenvolvimento de plugins para WooCommerce. Conheça os objetos, classes e hooks do WooCommerce, e então saiba como você pode utilizar os recursos já existentes do plugin para um desenvolvimento mais ágil e padronizado de suas próprias extensões. Será apresentado também o case do desenvolvimento do plugin Registrations for WooCommerce (https://wordpress.org/plugins/registrations-for-woocommerce/).

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  • Brian S. Reed: Creating SOLID (not STUPID) Plugins and Themes

    Brian S. Reed: Creating SOLID (not STUPID) Plugins and Themes

    WordCamp Atlanta 2017Speaker: Brian S. Reed

    April 13, 2017 — A dive into the mistakes we as developers make and the best practices we can employ in object-oriented programming and design. We start with an example plugin and remove issues addressed using the STUPID principles. We then apply the five basic principles of SOLID design ending up with a word class WordPress plugin.

    STUPID: (Singleton, Tight Coupling, Untestability, Premature Optimization, Indescriptive Naming, Duplication)

    SOLID (Single Responsibility Principle, Open/Closed Principle, Liskov Substitution Principle, Interface Segregation Principle, Dependency Inversion Principle)

  • Samuel Wood (Otto): Common Security Issues with Plugins

    Samuel Wood (Otto): Common Security Issues with Plugins

    WordCamp Nashville 2016Speaker: Samuel "Otto" Wood

    March 18, 2017 — Common Security Issues with Plugins

  • Logan Kipp: WordPress Security - Plugins and Beyond!

    Logan Kipp: WordPress Security – Plugins and Beyond!

    WordCamp Cincinnati 2016Speaker: Logan Kipp

    January 15, 2017 — Logan takes the audience through the structure of a WordPress site’s security posture, dispelling common misconceptions and elaborating on perceived security overlaps. The session explains the differences between plugin-based security and external solutions, as well as how they best work together. In easy-to-understand terms, Logan also touches on basic hosting configuration best practices and security control spheres. Whether just getting started in WordPress or a seasoned developer, this talk has something for every WordPresser.

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  • Caitlin Cheevers: Blog on a Budget - How to Utilize Free and Low-Cost Plugins to Grow Your Blog Without Breaking the Bank

    Caitlin Cheevers: Blog on a Budget – How to Utilize Free and Low-Cost Plugins to Grow Your Blog Without Breaking the Bank

    WordCamp Cincinnati 2016Speaker: Caitlin Cheevers

    January 15, 2017 — In this discussion, I’ll show money-saving hacks using free or single-cost plugins to create free or low-cost versions of premium services promoted to bloggers as the “end-all, be-all” solution to their blogging problems.

    First, we’ll talk email list: how to use Mailchimp for free (or $9/mo if you’re willing to invest a little bit) rather than the more expensive options like ConvertKit (which starts at $29/mo). Then we’ll go through how to spend $20 one time to grow your list with fake Leadpages popup boxes and landing pages (normally $25 per month or more!).

    Next we’re going to create an editorial calendar for your WordPress posts and email list. We’ll talk about free plugins you can use rather than CoSchedule ($15+ per month).

    Finally, we’re going to discuss design. We’ll talk two money-saving solutions: how to use free programs or Adobe Creative Cloud ($50 per month if you want to invest) rather than hiring a graphic designer, and how to use a $20 plugin to customize your WordPress web design rather than paying hundreds for a custom site!

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  • Justin Ferriman: Insider Secrets For Getting Timely Support For Premium Themes and Plugins

    Justin Ferriman: Insider Secrets For Getting Timely Support For Premium Themes and Plugins

    WordCamp Ann Arbor 2016Speaker: Justin Ferriman

    January 6, 2017 — Justin reveals the fool-proof way to get your premium theme & plugin issues resolved in a timely manner. Cut your resolution time in half with these simple steps!

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  • Ngonidzashe Mhuruyengwe: The Power of Page Builder Plugins in Building a WordPress Site


    Ngonidzashe Mhuruyengwe: The Power of Page Builder Plugins in Building a WordPress Site


    WordCamp Harare 2016Speaker: Ngonidzashe Mhuruyengwe

    January 4, 2017 — Page builder plugins have continued to gain popularity with developers and WordPress users. They are powerful and give the creative freedom that anyone needs when building a site, especially for those that know no code. I would like to talk about some of the ways this power can be harnessed.

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  • Michele Mizejewski: Pagebuilder Plugins - You’ve Come a Long Way Baby!

    Michele Mizejewski: Pagebuilder Plugins – You’ve Come a Long Way Baby!

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Michele Mizejewski

    December 23, 2016 — If you’ve scoffed at using a page builder plugin in the past, it may be time to reconsider. Over the last year or two, we’ve seen the emergence of some players that prove drag-and-drop page builders *can* be well coded and fast. See some of the pros and cons of creating layouts using a page builder plugin, and learn how these plugins can be a real boon for small teams or solo web designers.

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  • Bronson Quick: Debugging WordPress Core and Plugins!

    Bronson Quick: Debugging WordPress Core and Plugins!

    WordCamp Sunshine Coast 2016Speaker: Bronson Quick

    December 21, 2016 — When you digging into WordPress’s action and filters sometimes it can be difficult to find out what data is being passed to different actions and filters, how many queries are run on a page and which scripts are being enqueued and dequeued. Bronson will teach you how to setup your local development environment so you can debug WordPress in real time so you don’t spend hours tearing your hair out trying to create a new plugin for your clients or customers. Bronson will show you how to use Xdebug, PhpStorm, WP Debug Bar and Query Monitor while you’re developing your plugin to increase your speed so you can ship your work faster!

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