January 7, 2015 — What is required to ensure that your themes, plugins, and content are multilingual ready?
Which plugins extend WordPress core to provide multilingual capabilities?
How do I translate a theme into a new language?
How do I send content to a translation services provider?
What is the process for translating posts, pages, menus, and other types of content?
How can machine, community, and professional translation be leveraged?
January 7, 2015 — This talk covers using custom metaboxes, fields, and forms to provide structure to your data, as well as keeping WordPress very easy to use for clients. By leveraging CMB2, a major rewrite of the popular “Custom Metaboxes and Fields for WordPress” library, you’ll be able to enable all sorts of awesome things in your WordPress sites with minimal code effort.
January 7, 2015 — This presentation talks about getting the confidence to kickstart your web development career NOW and within short order build it into a serious part or full time income without any initial out of pocket investment.
January 7, 2015 — This session discusses:
Choosing your Audience – Building out your content – Theme or custom? – What Plugins must I have? – Security, content management, IDX, social interaction.
January 7, 2015 — We always talk about rankings and the performance of your website, but changes you make to your overall business strategy can greatly impact the way your website performs and how much business you actually makes.
January 6, 2015 — Yana Petrova talks about depression in IT, a problem that seems to be widespread in the industry and still something that people prefer not to talk about. How depression can be recognised, how to find the actual reasons for it and why nobody should be afraid or ashamed to ask for help are some of the main points in her talk. She believes that speaking freely (and also listening) about depression and mental health is an important step for making the environment around us better.
January 6, 2015 — In this talk, I would like to share with the audience my experience as a WordPress freelance consultant. Showing my mistakes and my successes during the last 5 years as a developer and being a very active member of the Spanish WordPress Community.
January 6, 2015 — There are literally thousands of themes and plugins available to help you customize your WordPress website to do almost anything you need it to do. However, navigating this sea of plugins can often be a daunting task. During this session, we go over the best practices for finding the right plugin for your needs, and talk about the 7 WordPress plugins I believe are essential to every WordPress-powered site.
January 6, 2015 — The idea of having a membership site is exciting at the least. Who wouldn’t be excited? The idea of having a community you’re passionate about or creating a steady stream of income, to name a couple good reasons. You may have even seen wonderful existing membership sites and have thought, “Hey, I could do something like this, but for [niche].” That is great and all, but how are you going to make it happen? You need a plan. You need to know what tools are at your disposal. You need to start on the right foot.
January 5, 2015 — This presentation explores the technical aspects of running a WordPress multisite network, such as scalability, security, user experience, and administrative challenges. We’ll share tips, lessons learned, and ongoing challenges.