‘widgets’ Videos

  • Leo Baiano: Utilizando o customizer e widgets para criar home pages vivas

    Leo Baiano: Utilizando o customizer e widgets para criar home pages vivas

    WordCamp Fortaleza 2016Speaker: Leo Baiano

    May 2, 2017 — Home viva é aquela em que o desenho da interface e a gestão do conteúdo são integradas e altamente customizáveis permitindo à equipe de editores ampla liberdade para criar conteúdos com diferentes estruturas visuais.

    Nesta apresentação vamos demonstrar como funciona o processo de criação gráfica e o desenvolvimento do sistema utilizando o customizer e criando de widgets que permitem à equipe de conteúdo atualizar a página inicial em tempo real, e ainda, com a integração do google analytics, avaliar quais estruturas visuais dão os melhores resultados.

  • Jeremy Scott: Making Custom Plugins Is Easy, and Why You Should Already Be Doing It
  • Szymon Kapturkiewicz: Błyskawiczne tworzenie meta boxes, ustawień, widgetów i front-endowych formularzy

    Szymon Kapturkiewicz: Błyskawiczne tworzenie meta boxes, ustawień, widgetów i front-endowych formularzy

    WordCamp Gdynia 2016Speaker: Szymon Kapturkiewicz

    October 5, 2016 — WordPress pozwala na tworzenie własnych pól, meta boxes, widgetów i wielu, wielu innych rzeczy. Bywa to jednak uciążliwe, zwłaszcza, gdy potrzebujemy zrobić to szybko i bezboleśnie. Z pomocą przychodzi Piklist – framework, dzięki któremu za pomocą kilku linijek kodu dodamy własne, w pełni funkcjonalne pola z walidacją zapakowane w elegancki meta box, stworzymy pełnoprawny widget lub stronę ustawień. Dodawanie złożonych, powtarzalnych pól lub ładowanie plików nie stanowi dla niego najmniejszego problemu. Piklist jest rozwiązaniem wartym uwagi każdego developera WordPress – działa z motywami i wtyczkami. Jest bardzo lekki, przez co z powodzeniem może być wykorzystany w projekcie każdej wielkości.

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  • Mary Baum: Wanna End WordPress (design) To Your Will? Register Some Widget Areas!

    Mary Baum: Wanna End WordPress (design) To Your Will? Register Some Widget Areas!

    WordCamp San Diego 2016Speaker: Mary Baum

    May 11, 2016 — Are you tired of cranking out the same old header-content-footer web layouts we see? Wonder if a WP page even needs a header, or a footer? Wanna get seriously crazy with page layout in WP? I have two recommendations: 1. Make lots of thumbnail sketches. Then make some more. 2. Master the fine art of registering widget areas. If you can register a set of widget areas, and load them up with graphics, type and images, you can make a WP page look like ANYTHING. You can even make a phone screen look interesting!

  • Alex Ruaux: There’s A Plugin For That

    Alex Ruaux: There’s A Plugin For That

    WordCamp Montréal 2014Speaker: Alex Ruaux

    May 25, 2015 — Plugins are what make WordPress extra-awesome and enable you to make your website do pretty much anything you want it to. Need to add collapsible sections to a page or make your gallery images circular? There’s a plugin for that! How about making your widget titles into links, or duplicating pages at the click of a mouse? Yep, plugins can help you do that too. Whether you’re just getting started with WordPress or use it everyday, there are over 30,000 plugins to choose from and finding the right one for the job can be tricky. We look at how to choose an appropriate plugin and I’ll introduce you to a few I just couldn’t live without.

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  • Josh Leuze: Building Better Widgets

    Josh Leuze: Building Better Widgets

    WordCamp Milwaukee 2014Speaker: Josh Leuze

    January 15, 2015 — This session talks about how to design interesting and useful WordPress widgets. When creating a mockup or building a theme, it is easy to neglect widgets. You might design or style a few widgets for the mock-up or demo, but what happens when your client adds the Calendar widget? It also covers designing for a wide range of widgets, exploring different widget designs, planning responsive widgets that scale well, thinking about animated and interactive widgets, and upgrading your widgets with plugins.

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  • Kevin Cristiano: Troubleshooting Common WordPress Problems

    Kevin Cristiano: Troubleshooting Common WordPress Problems

    WordCamp NYC 2014Speaker: Kevin Cristiano

    November 7, 2014 — In this session we will go through ‘common’ problems with WordPress and what to do about them. Common is way too vague, but what we will cover is the best way to troubleshoot when your site is not acting the way it is supposed to. We will aim this talk at the beginner, our goal is to stay away from code and error logs to show you what you can do to troubleshoot your site if problems arise.

  • Marc Gratch: Your First WordPress Site

    Marc Gratch: Your First WordPress Site

    WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth 2014Speaker: Marc Gratch

    October 28, 2014 — When many of us take the dive to set up our first WordPress site, whether it’s for yourself or a client it’s easy to lose enormous amounts of time. For many veteran WordPress developers it is very easy to forget that first experience of stumbling through the dashboard, or sifting through countless plugins. Marc walks through the process of getting a domain to launching a basic site.

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  • Dietrich Koch: Pages als Lieferanten für Widgets

    Dietrich Koch: Pages als Lieferanten für Widgets

    WordCamp Hamburg 2014Speaker: Dietrich Koch

    July 24, 2014 — Widgets sind eigentlich gesperrt für Autoren und Redakteure. Eine Lösung des Problem indem man Widgets mit Seiten befüllt.

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  • Josh Leuze: Building Your First Widget

    Josh Leuze: Building Your First Widget

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Josh Leuze

    June 30, 2014 — In this session learn how to build your first WordPress widget. It goes step-by-step through the best practices for building a simple widget, talks about different existing widgets and some possibilities for new custom widgets. It discusses when a widget should be built into a theme or plugin, and when a widget should be its own plugin.

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