April 30, 2017 — Customise Posts is a feature plugin, coming soon to a future version of WordPress.
This talk will include a demonstration of Front-End Editing done through the Customiser, and the technical details on how to easy it is to add support to your theme.
Luke will finish with a discussion and Q&A on the future of editing in WordPress.
April 29, 2017 — At Automattic, we say that “communication is oxygen”.
Learn how a distributed company of 500+ people communicates on a daily basis across different timezones and teams. This talk will also give a glimpse at how P2 blogs are used internally, in the context of customer support.
April 29, 2017 — The purpose of this session is to share knowledge on how to use the new WordPress Plugin Directory to find the best plugins you need for the website you build. Additionally, it’s meant to help plugin developers to prepare their plugins for the upcoming implementation of WordPress Plugin Directory 3.0. Join the session and discover possibilities hidden in the new directory
April 29, 2017 — We’ll look at why, even when writing proprietary plugins or themes, it’s important to consider simple enhancements that will influence future code structure and decision-making points. Whether you are working on in-house or client-specific projects, or building a commercial plugin to be sold the world over, as the engineer you should be considering the small steps you can take to make your life easier in the future.
April 29, 2017 — Cache makes for a speedy site, but it can make new updates to your site a long and frustrating process. Sometimes just moving your logo a couple pixels can be an arduous task when your multiple layers of cache won’t clear. Fear not, simple changes to your site can make cache headaches a thing of the past. In this talk, we’ll run through version control, deployment tools, and cache-busting tweaks that will make updating your site a frown-free process again.
April 29, 2017 — The best thing about WordPress can sometimes also be the worst thing about WordPress: Plugins and Themes. Lucy will give you the tools you need to understand why your site breaks, how to find the cause, and how to fix it.
April 27, 2017 — WordPress’s popularity has made it a prime target for hackers. Many WordPress site administrators only learn way too late about the important of pre-emptive security hardening after they have become victims of an attack and have suffered the consequences – loss of visitors, search engine ranking and damage to data.
Vlad Lasky from Aussie WP Expert shares his strategies and approaches to recovering compromised WordPress sites.
April 27, 2017 — WordPress is being used in more and more enterprise level projects, so what are the best practices for building these systems ensuring they scale and perform correctly?
Our panel of experts are:
– Dee Teal (MC)
– Rheinard Korf
– Dion Beetson
– Peter Wilson
– Jeremy Kelaher
April 24, 2017 — Titus Brinley is an 8 year old who uses WordPress. He attend the Kid Camp at WordCamp Miami and took part in a panel discussion.
April 21, 2017 — In 2013 I took on the job of creating an eCommerce site for Westlake Pro, a Pro Audio retailer in Los Angeles. What started as a fairly modest MVP launch, ballooned into a 10,000+ product giant, that also included a blog, and recording studio design site. Along the way, we learned a lot about what not to do, and we also had a few successes. If you are considering building your first WooCommerce site, join me for Adventures in Woo.