April 1, 2014 — This question is not “Should I use Social Media on my WordPress site?” the question is “What Social Media tools should I use on my WordPress Web site.”
April 1, 2014 — This talk is about pet project becoming full grown business. A story of selling WordPress themes.
March 31, 2014 — Steve Zehngut demonstrates how to use Foundation Framework to develop WordPress themes.
March 31, 2014 — Alex Vasquez demos how to use Bourbon and Neat with WordPress
March 30, 2014 — Once you build a website with WordPress for a client you need to show them how to use it. This presentation covers what is critical to show them about how to use their WordPress website without blowing it up.
March 30, 2014 — Do you develop themes for WordPress? This presentation covers the options that are available and why you might want to choose one over the other. While advanced theme developers have their workflows that work for them it’s good to challenge what they know and to see how they can improve and grow. For the beginning theme developer, knowing some of the pitfalls out of the gate can help guide them in the right direction and provide a better overall experience in developing for WordPress.
March 29, 2014 — Your plugin is broken; do you know why? This session shows some simple principles to help you integrate unit testing in your plugins that will help you find and eliminate bugs before they happen.
March 29, 2014 — The Twenty Thirteen theme uses something called “Masonry” to realign footer widgets when you re-size the browser window. Masonry is now part of the WordPress core download, and it can be activated and used in WordPress themes and plugins with just a few lines of code and some clear theme organization. This presentation walks theme and plugin developers through how to activate Masonry, how to make it work on a front page layout, and how to activate dazzling animation options included in the script.