January 9, 2016 — Take charge of your mobile web experience. Dave will demonstrate several plugins to help webmasters create better mobile sites. Including mobile menus and custom content for mobile users.
January 7, 2016 — The classic contest. Themes against plugins. Which are better? Which can solve your problems, fix your site and grow your business? In this epic showdown we’ll explore the purposes and use cases, pros and cons, strengths and weaknesses of these two critical components of any WordPress website.
January 7, 2016 — A tongue in cheek review of the things you can do to make your plugin submission make the review team cry, from pestering everyone and their mother about the speed of a review to simple mistakes that make the process take longer than it should.
January 6, 2016 — Prevention is the key to plugin vulnerabilities! Learn what to look for in your own code to help safeguard from potential issues. A step-by-step guide will be provided on how to avoid vulnerabilities and make your code more secure. With the generosity of popular plugin authors, we will review some recent vulnerabilities found, share how they fixed the problems and discuss the best methods for getting the word out about your plugin once it’s been securely updated. Yes, there will be code.
December 30, 2015 — Raushan Jaiswal the founder of Codewing Solutions, a web service and digital marketing company. He talked about 10 different WordPress plugins that are useful for bloggers. His talk was from his personal experience with the plugins.
December 24, 2015 — Contact forms are a huge part of the online world. Contact forms provide a way for your potential clients and customers to reach out to you without displaying your email address publicly. So which contact form plugin is the best? We’re going to put the popular contact form plugins through a series of challenges. In the end, you will be able to determine which contact form plugin is the right one for you and your business or blog. We’ll be testing Gravity Forms, Formidable Forms, Contact Form 7 and Ninja Forms.
December 12, 2015 — It’s 2020 and the majority of Internet traffic is mobile. Billions of the world Internet users have never owned, touched, or seen a computer larger than their pocket. Just as we were inquisitive kids, tinkering with Kid Pix and Geocities themes, the digital natives of today will be builders on the same platforms they use for consumption. Can you install and configure WordPress via your phone? Theme it? Create custom plugins? Launch it? Spoiler: I did, and I’ll show you how.
This talk is both a trend forecast thought piece and a proof-of-concept demo. I’ll share some technical learnings, discuss why they matter to our profession, and hopefully inspire you to attempt something just as crazy.
December 2, 2015 — MailPoet Newsletters es un plugin para crear tus propias campañas de marketing online, boletines de noticias, respuestas automáticas… y todo esto sin salir del panel de administración de tu sitio web en WordPress. Rocío nos mostrará algunas de las funcionalidades más destacadas de este plugin, y nos contará algunas de las preguntas/problemas más frecuentes de nuestros usuarios y sus soluciones. Por último, dejará el final para hablar de la nueva versión de MailPoet 3 y del nuevo servicio de envío de emails de MailPoet. El cual será el primer servicio de mailing 100% integrado en WordPress
December 2, 2015 — WPML は、個人のサイト、コーポレートのサイトを多言語化するための WordPress プラグインです。
WooCommerce は大小の EC サイト制作のための、最も人気のあるプラグインのひとつです。
WPML is a WordPress Multilingual Plugin powering personal and corporate sites alike. WooCommerce is one of the most popular open source e-commerce plugins for small to large-scale online merchants using WordPress.
In my presentation, I will share tips on how to easily and quickly create multilingual stores using WordPress, WooCommerce, WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual plugin.
Part of the talk will include the benefits of going global, its impact to your online shops, web services and how you can globalize your business in minutes.
November 28, 2015 — Currently there are a lot of different front end development tools with lots of interfaces available. As developers and designers, spending time doing repetitive tasks such as database search and replace, plugin scaffolding, asset minificaiton is cognitively expensive and cumbersome. I will be showing how you can use these tools to make the computer do the boring and repetitive tasks, thus automating parts of the WordPress development workflow and saving yourselves time and energy.