April 26, 2015 — Dicentis is a new podcast plugin which has its main focus on CMS based Websites. Most podcast plugin for WordPress are great but have one weakness: They focus on single podcast sites. It is not easy or impossible to create multiple podcast feeds with on installation. This plugin wants to change that.
March 28, 2015 — Although WordPress now allows proper management of the languages at admin and the front, it has problems with the management of multi language content.
Want to know what options to use to manage a site with content in multiple languages?
One is the use of WPML plugin, a system that automates and greatly facilitates the management of languages … but is it for everyone? Does it have to be used at all time?
March 28, 2015 — A look at how Hawaii State Government has been using WordPress to launch over 450 cloud-based, open-source, mobile first websites. In the fall of 2012, we responded to an RFP by our 1st CIO Sonny Bhagowalia to build a common template for all state agencies. We had <6 months to build and implement EVERYTHING! As of January, 2013, 28 sites were launched. As of 2014, we have over 80 WordPress installs hosting almost 450 sites and all state agencies are now using WordPress. Learn how we did it and hear about our custom solutions and unique updating process that allows the State to push out bug fixes and feature requests with ease.
October 10, 2014 — Website security is important to everyone who has a website, as well as everyone who uses a website. Whether it gets five visitors a day or five-thousand, hackers are looking to compromise, break, infect and virtually own every website that they can for monetary and social purposes.
October 7, 2014 — Norcross came over from Tampa to talk plugins, and how he views the ecosystem surrounding them. Check out the video for a freeform talk, without slides or guides, as he shares a lot of great advice for prospective plugin developers.
After his solo talk, Norcross joins Adam Soucie and David Parsons, moderated by David Yarde, for a discussion about plugins. They talk development theory, disruptive industries, suggestions for useful plugins, how to determine if a plugin is good and more.
September 24, 2014 — The purpose of this presentation is to give a very basic introduction to the creation of a new plugin. The audience will learn about using the Codex, actions, filters, shortcodes, custom settings, and some best practices. The resulting custom plugin will be able to add custom css, insert fancy horizontal breaks, link to existing posts, add color to text, and find and replace content in WordPress posts and pages on display. An existing understanding of some PHP is required to get the most value from this presentation.
September 12, 2014 — In this lightning talk, I’ll offer you some tips and tricks to get better looking sites on mobile devices. I’ll also show you how you can use the mobble plugin to get completely different layouts on mobile devices.
March 4, 2014 — A discussion of best practices for when and how to send out updates to plugins. The talk includes a discussion of deploying plugins from git to WordPress.org and how to best to use tags and branches to track stable releases, development releases, and past versions.
December 3, 2013 — In questo intervento verrà presentato il tool WPScan, il principale software per effettuare il security assessment di installazioni di WordPress. Verranno portati come esempio gli attacchi più famosi e si parlerà di cosa è possibile fare perché non si ripetano gli stessi errori.