‘CMS’ Videos

  • Allison Levine: Combining Custom Post Types, Fields, and Meta Boxes to Do the Impossible with WordPress

    Allison Levine: Combining Custom Post Types, Fields, and Meta Boxes to Do the Impossible with WordPress

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speaker: Allison Levine

    September 15, 2015 — Custom post types, fields, and meta boxes all offer powerful ways to transform WordPress sites, but when you use all three together, the impossible becomes possible. In this talk I explore just how custom you can go by combining WordPress’ custom functions to solve a real-world problem. I also cover custom taxonomies, custom templates, and leveraging some basic PHP, featured images, and existing plugin functionality to take your custom post type even further.

    Attendees should be comfortable with making changes to WordPress theme and/or plugin files.

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  • Bill Gadless: Moving Up The Food Chain – Finding, Pitching and Executing on 5 and 6-Figure Projects

    Bill Gadless: Moving Up The Food Chain – Finding, Pitching and Executing on 5 and 6-Figure Projects

    WordCamp Asheville 2015Speaker: Bill Gadless

    September 5, 2015 — Once perceived as a mere blogging or small website tool, WordPress is an enterprise-grade CMS… stable, secure and scalable enough to be used on large websites. emagine is a leader in at acquiring large, lucrative WordPress projects and would like to provide insights and considerations for doing so.


    – How to identify the most lucrative prospects
    – How to pitch large projects (value proposition, differentiation, overcoming objections
    – How to execute (IA, Project Management, Resources, post-launch support)

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  • Cameron Barrett: WordPress for Schools

    Cameron Barrett: WordPress for Schools

    WordCamp Scranton 2015Speaker: Cameron Barrett

    August 3, 2015 — I recently replaced a proprietary SaaS CMS for the largest school district in the state (Newark, NJ). We launched our 70+ schools sites on Aug 29, 2014 on top of WordPress. Our district site is 30,000 pages and 300,000+ media assets. In the end, we cut our annual web site management budget in half and have beautiful new web sites powered by WordPress that ease the pain points our content owners, administrators and technology coordinators have when managing their school websites. This presentation covers how this was achieved using WordPress, how it has solved many of the problems we were facing with our vendor-controlled proprietary system, and how we have embraced the concept of WordPress as an Application Framework, allowing us to create all kinds of sites, applications, and mobile apps directly from WordPress.

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  • Andrew Duthie: WordPress as a Backend

    Andrew Duthie: WordPress as a Backend

    WordCamp Dayton 2015Speaker: Andrew Duthie

    July 19, 2015 — With the release of the WordPress JSON API expected later this year, WordPress is primed to serve as a viable backend for single-page web applications of the future. The presentation will explain the benefits of using WordPress in this context and include a short demonstration to show how WordPress can be integrated in a typical single-page application technology stack.

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  • Prasad Ajinkya: WordPress for the Enterprise

    Prasad Ajinkya: WordPress for the Enterprise

    WordCamp Mumbai 2015Speaker: Prasad Ajinkya

    July 15, 2015 — As WordPress gains more market share as the Content Management System of choice, how can large organizations start adopting this platform for their internal requirements? A discussion on the concerns and challenges that each organization would face while adopting to the platform and how enablers can help overcome those challenges.

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  • David Jardin: Der CMS Garden

    David Jardin: Der CMS Garden

    WordCamp Cologne 2015Speaker: David Jardin

    July 14, 2015 — Passend zu unserem Motto “Erweitere Deinen Horizont · Teile Dein Wissen · Erlebe die Gemeinschaft” gibt uns David einen Einblick in den CMS-Garden.
    Der CMS-Garden ist ein Zusammenschluss von ca. einem Dutzend der bekanntesten OpenSource Content Management Systeme, darunter die “großen Namen” wie WordPress, Joomla!, TYPO3, Drupal und Contao.
    All diese System haben sich im Garden-Projekt zusammengeschlossen, um gemeinsam Marketing- und Lobbyarbeit zu betreiben, voneinander zu lernen und Wissen zu teilen.
    David möchte das Projekt vorstellen, zeigen, welche Erfolge sie erreicht haben, wo man sich engagieren kann und gleichzeitig ein wenig Schleichwerbung für die anstehende CMS-Garden Konferenz im Oktober machen.

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  • Rachel Papst: Why WordPress?

    Rachel Papst: Why WordPress?

    WordCamp Winnipeg 2015Speaker: Rachel Papst

    July 12, 2015 — With so many content management systems out there, why are so many people going to WordPress? What are the benefits and why is it better? We will be going through all these questions and outlining the main reasons why WordPress is so AWESOME, and how it compares to the other popular systems out there.

  • Perttu Tolvanen: WordPress vs. Drupal and EPiServer

    Perttu Tolvanen: WordPress vs. Drupal and EPiServer

    WordCamp Finland 2015Speaker: Perttu Tolvanen

    July 9, 2015 — In his flash talk Perttu analyzed the differences between WordPress and other CMS’s like EPiServer and Drupal from a client perspective.

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  • Chris Van Patten: WordPress for Web Apps - Using Your Favourite CMS to Build the Next Big Startup

    Chris Van Patten: WordPress for Web Apps – Using Your Favourite CMS to Build the Next Big Startup

    WordCamp Hamilton 2015Speaker: Chris Van Patten

    June 22, 2015 — Developing a startup software product/app with WordPress. Not necessarily the right long-term solution, but makes it easy to get your minimum-viable product up and running without hiring a dev team.

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  • Maxime Bernard-Jacquet : Cas concrets d’utilisation d’ACF dans des projets de toute envergure

    Maxime Bernard-Jacquet : Cas concrets d’utilisation d’ACF dans des projets de toute envergure

    WordCamp Paris 2015Speaker: Maxime Bernard-Jacquet

    February 28, 2015 — ACF est-il un outil d’appoint ou une réelle technologie permettant de transformer WordPress en CMS ? Nous le découvrirons via une étude de différents cas, sur des projets de petites à grande envergure tout en gardant à l’esprit l’objectif principal : augmenter les possibilités de WordPress sans complexifier l’interface d’administration. Bonnes pratiques, bonnes idées. Utilisation des champs avancés (Répéteur, Flexible, Relationnels) pour faire face à tous vos besoins et ceux des clients.

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