‘Custom Post Types’ Videos

  • Adam Bell: Anatomy of a website - CulturePop

    Adam Bell: Anatomy of a website – CulturePop

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2016Speaker: Adam Bell

    October 8, 2016 — Dissection of website development from the ground up for a millennial news website project for Ovation TV. Session will show off wireframes, UI mockups, Custom Post Types, plugins and dare I say it? Code.

  • Dasun Edirisinghe: Extending your WordPress Project with Custom Post Types

    Dasun Edirisinghe: Extending your WordPress Project with Custom Post Types

    WordCamp Singapore 2016Speaker: Dasun Edirisinghe

    September 30, 2016 — WordPress is extremely flexible when it comes to expansion. From small blog to a large social network it can be extend very efficiently and effectively if you use “Custom Post Types”.
    In this topic I would like to discuss how we can extend WordPress Projects to anything, using WordPress Custom Post types, custom taxonomies and custom meta boxes.

    Specifically, I’ll go through –

    Default post types in WordPress
    What is a custom post type and how it works.
    Creating your own custom post types.
    Best practices in creating custom post types.
    Extending further with custom taxonomies and meta boxes.
    Displaying your data.

  • Sal Ferrarello: Best Practices for Creating Custom Post Types

    Sal Ferrarello: Best Practices for Creating Custom Post Types

    WordCamp Lehigh Valley 2016Speaker: Sal Ferrarello

    August 31, 2016 — Custom Post Types allow you to better organize your site. We’ll look at some common use cases for Custom Post Types, what code to add, where to add it, and some of the nuances that go along with creating them. We will do all of these things without any plugins.

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  • Ellen Biewald and Greg Opperman: Building a Large-Scale, Sustainable, and Efficient WordPress Site

    Ellen Biewald and Greg Opperman: Building a Large-Scale, Sustainable, and Efficient WordPress Site

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speakers: Ellen Biewald, Greg Opperman

    August 6, 2016 — The boston.com digital team recently re-wrote and migrated all of boston.com to WordPress. Join us to learn about our experience with the migration, the challenges we faced and how we overcame them, and the great impact it has had for our journalists. We will discuss how to scale a WordPress site as big as ours, and some of the specific needs of a news website and how to meet those using WordPress, including creating custom post types and fields, working with the WP media library, external embeds, and more.

  • Stefan Fröhlich: Eigene Themes from Scratch

    Stefan Fröhlich: Eigene Themes from Scratch

    WordCamp Nuremberg 2016Speaker: Stefan Fröhlich

    April 21, 2016 — Für viele Projekte braucht es lediglich einen Bruchteil der Funktionalität und des Codes sogenannter „Premium“-Themes oder Frameworks – denen dafür andere, wichtige Features oft fehlen. Um Design und Konzept der Kunden sinnvoll umzusetzen, ist ein individuelles Theme häufig die einzige vernünftige Möglichkeit. Die Anwender erhalten ein intuitives und übersichtliches System mit den Optionen, die sie wirklich brauchen. Und der Browser bekommt schlankeren Code ohne unnötigen Ballast. In diesem Talk gibt uns Stefan Informationen zu folgenden Themen: Wozu überhaupt ein Theme selbst entwickeln? Performance, Sicherheit, Usability und Design Anatomie eines Themes, d.h. welche Dateien brauchen wir wirklich? Von einem leeren Verzeichnis ausgehend arbeiten wir uns bis zu einem Theme vor, das von WP erkannt und aktiviert werden kann. Eine Erweiterung durch Custom Post Types, Custom Fields und unsere Lieblings-Plugins ist natürlich ebenfalls möglich. Außerdem zeigt uns Stefan Tools für einen effizienten Workflow bei der Entwicklung: lokale Entwicklungsumgebung, Automatisierung mit grunt, Versionierung und Deployment mit git.

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  • Evan Volgas: Things You Always Wanted To Know About WordPress (but were afraid to ask)

    Evan Volgas: Things You Always Wanted To Know About WordPress (but were afraid to ask)

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Evan Volgas

    December 10, 2015 — This talk will cover a few key “Aha” moments that you should have about the way WordPress works. We’ll talk about things like the template hierarchy, what’s going on in wp-config, where WordPress content is stored (the database vs. the file system), how posts and pages and custom post types are represented in the database, what folks are talking about when they talk about hooks and filters, and just generally review the “behind the scenes” mechanics of how WordPress works. We’ll also touch on a few “tricks of the trade” that you might not realize are out there (version control, staging sites, caching, Vagrant, and other fun tools to make development with WordPress just a little bit easier).

    This talk is aimed at designers and new developers who maybe have a few PHP tricks up their sleeves, but still haven’t figured out some of the details behind the scenes.

    If you’ve never edited functions.php and don’t know what it is, this probably isn’t a good talk for you just yet. If you’ve written a plugin or modified several .php files in your WordPress themes, this talk will probably be a bit too basic for you. If you’ve set up a child theme before and know what functions.php is, even if you haven’t really used it all that much, or even at all…. you’re probably the exact person who will get a lot out of this talk. And if that’s you, you should be able to walk away with a solid mental model of how WordPress works “behind the scenes” and be in a much better position to do development with it

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  • 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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  • Monika Thon-Soun: Inhalte organisieren mit WordPress

    Monika Thon-Soun: Inhalte organisieren mit WordPress

    WordCamp Cologne 2015Speaker: Monika Thon-Soun

    July 13, 2015 — Custom Fields, Post Formate, Custom Post Type, Custom Taxonomie, Standard-Taxonomien (Kategorien, Tags), Seiten und Beiträge. – In ihrem Vortrag erläutert Monika, was diese Organisationsmöglichkeiten unterscheidet, wo ihre Grenzen sind und was deshalb wie eingesetzt werden sollte.

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  • Simon Wheatley: From Web Address to Web Page – the Humble URL in WordPress

    Simon Wheatley: From Web Address to Web Page – the Humble URL in WordPress

    WordCamp London 2015Speaker: Simon Wheatley

    May 31, 2015 — Once upon a time we passed parameters to create web pages, now we use pretty URLs and (hopefully) think through our URLs carefully. URLs are one of the fundamental commands a user can give WordPress, and they can be poetic, powerful and precise all at once. This talk covers how URLs are turned into WP_Query parameters, what URL endpoints are and when to use them, how URLs can be attractive and amusing, and how to use URLs across different post type structures.

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  • John Blackbourn, Kirsty Burgoine, Miles Stewart, Mark Wilkinson, Tom Nowell: Lightning Talks – Development

    John Blackbourn, Kirsty Burgoine, Miles Stewart, Mark Wilkinson, Tom Nowell: Lightning Talks – Development

    WordCamp London 2015Speakers: John Blackbourn, Kirsty Burgoine, Miles Stewart, Mark Wilkinson, Tom Nowell

    May 30, 2015 — WP-CLI
    Tom Nowell
    Tom explains what WP CLI is, introduces three useful commands you can use, and explains how to find out more.

    Catering for WordPress
    Kirsty Burgoine
    This talk is a whistle stop tour of how WordPress was used to create an intranet for businesses in the restaurant / catering industry. Some of the features include help plan and budget dishes and menus, work out costings for bulk recipes down to individual portions and include other factors such as VAT and a variable gross profit.

    Custom Post Type Meta
    Mark Wilkinson
    Over the course of many WordPress site builds, Mark found a constant problem when dealing with custom post types: he wanted to add meta data to a post type like you do a post. In this talk Mark gives a brief overview of why he needed to be able to do this and how he went about it, building a plugin to provide this functionality.

    Cleaner Themes and Plugins
    Miles Stewart
    Miles talks about creating cleaner themes and plugins, moving towards using mvc in plugin and theme creation.

    John Blackbourn
    John talks about why you should treat debugging as a key skill that you should practice and become proficient at. He’ll show you a few tools and processes for modern and efficient debugging of the front end and the back end.