March 24, 2014 — The WordPress theme market has grown and grown over the past few years. There are many great themes out there, but many customers find themselves disappointed, because they didn’t know what to expect, or get what they thought they were getting. This presentation gives you a roadmap to follow, to help you make better decisions, saving you time, money, and frustration.
March 24, 2014 — Frustrated with building WordPress sites? I’ve been there. Travelling, I often find myself with unreliable internet, and I realized that my development process needed an overhaul. So, late one night working with the geckos in Cambodia, I set about optimizing the process. After a great deal of trial and error, I developed a series of tools that will allow anyone to better manage their WordPress development practices.
March 24, 2014 — This presentation is about understanding different caching tools and techniques available to WordPress developers such as the Transient and Object Caching APIs and how/why they can make or break your site.
March 23, 2014 — This session looks at a couple of different options as to how you can handle multiple authors, whether they be guest bloggers or regular contributors. It also looks at options for creating a full blown editorial workflow with WordPress — one that will allow you to establish clear guidelines and processes for any team, whether it be a one person shop to multiple writers and editors.
March 23, 2014 — This presentation is about how to make a WordPress installation super secure. There are lots of steps that can be taken to turn WordPress into a veritable fortress, security is not a one trick pony. There are many layers that help make WordPress more secure and even doing one or two of them is worth the effort. If you have the inclination to do them all then you can rest assured knowing your site probably won’t be the one getting hacked.
March 22, 2014 — This presentation introduces PressBooks.com, and the PressBooks GPL plugin, and describes how we have repurposed WordPress to turn it into a professional book publishing tool that anyone can use (for free!).
March 22, 2014 — HTML is one of the core languages of the Internet. You don’t HAVE to know HTML to build and maintain a WordPress website – but knowing the basic tags gives you more control over the content, presentation, and impact of your message. This presentation covers the basic HTML tags commonly used in WordPress. You’ll learn how to insert a link, format text size/style/position, load an image, and more, all through the WordPress HTML editor.
March 22, 2014 — Responsive design is becoming an expected standard for web developers. In this session learn how easy it is to integrate foundation.css into your WordPress theme and how to get added functionality from their jQuery and zepto libraries. It also dives into the css to understand how “responsivity” works.
March 21, 2014 — 10 ans déjà que la première version de WordPress est sortie. Hériter du projet b2, il s’est enrichi au fur à et mesure des années de milliers de lignes de code pour donner naissance à toutes les super fonctionnalités que nous connaissons aujourd’hui.
Cette présentation portera sur le code source originel de 2003, toutes ses évolutions majeures depuis et sur comment WordPress en est venu à équiper près de 20% du web tout en continuant d’intégrer de nouvelles fonctionnalités. Tout ça pour en faire le meilleur outil de gestion de contenu qui existe.