Panel Discussion: Plugins

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Published

August 15, 2017

Using ready-made plugins can make your website more effective and efficient. But do you sometimes find it overwhelming to pick a plugin that is right for your situation?

The panelists will address issues about including new functionality in your project using various plugins.

Questions from the audience are encouraged during the plugin panel session.

Examples:

Are there any “best practice tips” to find right plugins?
Can a site ever have too many plugins?
Are premium plugins always better than free plugins?
What is the best way to get support for a plugin?
What happens to a site when an installed plugin is deactivated?
Can the code be changed in plugin files without breaking it?

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Event

WordCamp Boston 2017 45

Speakers

Adam W Warner 13
Christian Nolen 2
Lisa B Snyder 1
Lauren Jeffcoat 11

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Plugins 318

Language

English 6889

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