August 31, 2016 — Get the scoop on using Google Analytics for your WordPress website. If you’ve never used GA, if you look at your analytics reports but you don’t end up with actionable data, or if it’s been a while and you’d like to know about all the cool new reports, this is the session for you.
We’ll walk through the interface, but bring your questions, too.
How to install Google Analytics
How to set up properties and views
Moving from questions to answers
Major reports: Audience, Acquisition, Behavior, Conversions
Setting up custom dashboards
Identifying and configuring goals
Basic comfort with computers is all the background you need. Stay on for a more advanced session after this one if you like; attend this to be sure you’re ready for the more advanced session.
August 31, 2016 — In this session, the beginning blogger will learn the flexibility and benefits of using WordPress.org. Nancy Kay Grace will teach some first steps into blogging, minimizing the fear factor for tech challenged writers. Topics covered will be -how online writing is different from writing for publications -what you need to create a WordPress blog (domain name, host, theme) -simple guidelines for Search Engine Optimization (keyword stuff) -elements of composing a blog post: written content, photos, links.
No technical background required.
August 30, 2016 — Join Ben Pollock and friends for a panel to finish up the day. Bring us your questions — the ones you couldn’t figure out how to ask in other sessions, the ones you haven’t found a chance to ask, and the ones that have occurred to you during the day.
We’ll do our best to answer, and point you to useful resources if you need more.
August 30, 2016 — Come back from lunch to a 101 session to get your bearings before you go on to more afternoon sessions!
August 30, 2016 — New to WordPress? Join Ben Pollock and friends for an introduction to setting up a WordPress.com website from start to finish. This one-hour session will prepare you for the rest of the presentations you will hear during WordCamp Fayetteville 2016.
Then watch the continuation of our WordPress 101 session for even more help getting your blog or website off the ground.
August 26, 2016 — For new users, “Ten Tips to Make WordPress Your Friend” or “How to Make WordPress Your Friend”, by Kerch McConlogue for WordCamp Lehigh Valley 2016.
July 29, 2016 — WP-REST-APIって最近ちょこちょこ耳にするけど、一体何？どういうもの？何ができるの？というような方のためのセッションです。
July 3, 2016 — Multisite is often treated as a dark corner of WordPress and can be forgotten or managed poorly when developing public plugins or working on client projects.
Let’s pull back the curtain and shed some light.
We’ll cover the history of multisite to give context to some of the early decisions. We’ll walk through the structure and load process to show how straightforward it really is. And to help you work with multisite, we’ll cover some common situations and solutions.
July 3, 2016 — How can you make sure that the themes and plugins do not clash? This talk will be covering the best practices so that your themes and plugins work in harmony. Ulrich will be taking code examples from reviewing themes on WordPress.org and explaining what the adverse effects can be and how to fix them.
July 3, 2016 — Base theme, child theme, framework – These are a few of the options you can use for creating a WordPress Theme. Wether you are developing a theme for your personal blog, a clients website, or a theme to be used by other sites and the WordPress community, it is important to know the different approaches for getting started with theme development.