June 16, 2017 — Multisite is a powerful tool used to expand the capacity of WordPress while still maintaining all the things you know and love. Multisite allows site mangers to share a core codebase of themes and plugins but deliver different experiences to each website. With multisite domain mapper a company can white label their product for multiple clients while still using one main WordPress engine. Learn how a multisite works, how to set up a multisite, how it can benefit your business and how to development a WordPress multisite platform.
What is WordPress Multisite and how I use it
How does WordPress Multisite handle data, themes and users
How to build plugins for a WordPress multisite
May 4, 2017 — Essa palestra/painél será ministrada por Natércia (Coordenadora de Midias Sociais do O POVO), Maria Fernandes ( Gerente de projetos digitais do O POVO) e Arenusa Goulart ( Diretora de Estratégias Digitais do O POVO)
A palestra vai abordar sobre o cenário de blogs nos dias de hoje.
– Blog morreu?
– Qual a importância de ter um blog;
– Qual a importância do O POVO ter parcerias com blogs;
– Como é a parceria do blogueiro com o O POVO ;
– Como é feito o processo de parcerias;
– Blog tem retorno comercial?
April 14, 2017 — The REST API is one of the three major focuses that Matt Mullenweg announced for this year. On the other hand, Multisite has always been a minor focus on the WordPress project, as the number of its users is relatively low. However, those few who maintain larger WordPress setups usually activate Multisite and need its functionality as much as ever.
With WordPress 4.7, the REST API content endpoints were merged into core – however without any proper handling of Multisite. The Multisite team has stepped forward and announced getting the REST API compatible as their primary goal for 2017.
In his session, Felix will talk about the efforts of bringing Multisite endpoints to the REST API and the challenges that arise as a result.
March 29, 2017 — Developing WordPress sites doesn’t have to be painful. But for most of us, it’s a nightmare: we work on our local copy, then we have to set up the staging server, export the content, import it on the staging site (and hope it all works), remember to install all the plugins, and move over the media files. All over FTP.
But we’re developers. Why are we doing all this manual work?
In this talk, we’ll look at the modern WordPress tools from the Roots team — Bedrock and Trellis — to learn how we can set up a local WordPress development environment in minutes using Trellis, then deploy it to production fast with free SSL and two-way database syncing. Migrate everything — theme files, plugins, media uploads, posts, users, and all the rest — with simple commands using free and open-source tools.
This talk will cut your WordPress setup time to 30 minutes and give you hours of your life back.
December 1, 2016 — Umesh Chaudhary is a Senior WordPress Developer & Team Lead at Rigorous Web Services. He has been involved in Web Development industry since 2013. The topic for his presentation is Multisite, Core Concepts.
He will give a throughout concept of what WordPress Multisite is, how it works, when and where to use it and lastly where not to. He will not be sharing codes but the ideas about the WP Multisite.
There are several ways to approach managing your dependencies: You can have a zip folder of them; keep them all in a Git repo; use more advanced Git techniques like submodules or subtrees; or use something like TGM Plugin Activation library. You can also use a Composer — the standard PHP dependency management tool — to manage your WordPress site dependencies.
This session will walk you through managing your WordPress dependencies using modern tools like Git, WP-CLI, and Composer, making maintenance easier and decreasing the amount of third-party code you have to store in your repo or code management tool. You should come away knowing a few different approaches to make dependency management both less work and less prone to problems and mistakes.
November 18, 2016 — WordPress nació siendo un sistema para blogs, pero hoy en dia es mucho más que eso. Se puede crear desde un simple blog a una web corporativa, una intranet, una tienda, una red de sitios o incluso una red de redes y todo ello descargándose una sola vez WordPress desde WordPress.org
>En este ponencia aprenderemos la diferencia entre ellos, como configurarlos o activarlos (una simple y mísera línea en wp-config.php) y las aplicaciones o posibles aplicaciones de cada uno de los diferentes “settings” que podemos tener con WordPress.
>Descubre todo el potencial de WordPress en esta presentación y exprímelo al máximo.
November 11, 2016 — “Building SaaS With WordPress” will cover the process of building a WordPress Software as a Service product. We will discuss the power of WordPress Multisite, existing solutions for leveraging the membership capabilities of a network, handling payments and creating a viable business on top of WordPress. The session will target developers and business owners interested in building a SaaS on top of WordPress.
November 7, 2016 — My wife recently launched a new WordPress Multisite network for the Cherokee County School District in Georgia, which encompasses 40+ schools and serves more than 41,000 K-12 students. For some of the deeper coding, she enlisted my aid to help bend WordPress Multisite to her will.
From adding custom BootStrap CSS column classes to nav menu items, to automagically including a custom stylesheet for each school site, to denying content editor access to specific parts of the dashboard, these and several other code snippets will be covered.
Featured code snippet: the “redirect_naughty_children()” function. Get out of my Dashboard, you darn kids!
November 6, 2016 — Just like doctors make the worst patients, teachers make the worst students when it comes to running WordPress Multisite in a K-12 environment. This talk covers the trials and tribulations of implementing a scalable WP Multisite network on Windows servers (yes, Windows – running on a WIMP stack), and the hardest part of all – managing the content managers!