Search Results for ‘Customiz

  • Jonny Allbut: Using Customizer for Custom Content

    Jonny Allbut: Using Customizer for Custom Content

    WordCamp Bristol 2017Speaker: Jonny Allbut

    September 24, 2018 — When you need editability in various common (or uncommon!) areas of a website, it can be hard to decide how to deploy this. Do you widgetize it, create a custom options page, add custom fields to a page, use custom post types – there are a-lot of different strategies! When we need this kind of functionality on sites that we build, we’ve tried them all! I’ll demonstrate what I think is the nicest way – by using the Theme Customizer API you can deliver a great user experience, and even a live preview for the client… it’s sexy 😉

  • Anthony Hortin: Developing for the WordPress Customizer

    Anthony Hortin: Developing for the WordPress Customizer

    WordCamp Brisbane 2017Speaker: Anthony Hortin

    August 9, 2018 — Anthony plans to show you how you can add Customizer functionality into your theme (or plugin). He’ll cover creating Customizer Panels, Sections, Settings and Controls, including making use of the default Core Controls, and also creating your own Custom Controls.

    He’ll also show the various ways in which you can update the Live Preview for your Customizer settings, and lastly, how to make use of your Customizer settings in your theme.

  • Csaba Varszegi: Benefit from the WordPress Customizer

    Csaba Varszegi: Benefit from the WordPress Customizer

    WordCamp Antwerp 2018Speaker: Csaba Varszegi

    April 2, 2018 — The Customizer is a great tool to live preview changes to a WordPress site. And it is becoming even more: what about a staging environment or a real WYSIWYG experience for editing content?
    It is time to benefit from what the Customizer has to offer. In this presentation I will try to give some examples of how you as a web developer as well as your client or user can take advantage from well-known and less well-known features of the Customizer. You can offer your users/clients controlled flexibility and ease of use when customizing their site and at the same time benefit from the available features with regard to long-term support and client satisfaction.

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  • Devon DeLapp: Customizing WooCommerce For A Time-Tracking, Service-Based Business

    Devon DeLapp: Customizing WooCommerce For A Time-Tracking, Service-Based Business

    WordCamp Seattle 2017Speaker: Devon DeLapp

    February 25, 2018 — WooCommerce is the most popular e-commerce platform on the most popular CMS, WordPress. It is great for selling discrete products, be them digital, physical, or subscription-based. But what if your “product” is a time-and-materials type service, where clients pay for the time it takes to do something. We love WC, but didn’t find an out-of-the-box solution that fit our need. So over 9-months of testing and refinement we built our own. This talk covers our process, the results, and lessons learned along the way.

  • Weston Ruter: Building with JavaScript in the Customizer

    Weston Ruter: Building with JavaScript in the Customizer

    WordCamp US 2017Speaker: Weston Ruter

    December 10, 2017 — This year’s heavy focus in core has been on WordPress’s next generation Gutenberg editor. With the call to learn JavaScript deeply, it’s no surprise that Gutenberg is written in a JavaScript-first architecture. Once Gutenberg and its building blocks are in core, focus will broaden to then include Customizer. The Customizer was the first JavaScript single-page application in WordPress (added in 3.4). With the focus transition from Editor to Customizer, while keeping a JavaScript-first mindset, it is important for contributors and plugin authors that the Customizer’s JavaScript API be demystified to facilitate the integration of the new block editing interfaces. In my talk I’ll delve into the inner workings of the Customizer JS API, show how to use React to build custom controls in the Customizer, and demonstrate how to use the Customizer to preview changes to sites that use React-based themes—including previewing changes on headless REST API-driven sites.

  • Maciej Swoboda: Customizing WooCommerce Themes for Beginners

    Maciej Swoboda: Customizing WooCommerce Themes for Beginners

    WordCamp Santander 2017Speaker: Maciej Swoboda

    November 22, 2017 — As a founder and moderator of a WooCommerce PL Facebook group I often see questions about customizing WooCommerce themes, texts or simple functions. I think that when you are a beginner developer or a shop owner who wants to make some simple adjustments you do not get a WooCommerce Themes 101.

    CSS, text tweaks, filters hooks. These are the most common things and usually they sound very complex when you do not know what they are or how to use them.

    One of the most common answer to changing some texts in WooCommerce is to customize the translation files. But this is not a good solution and only for a short term – when the translation is updated you lose your customizations.

    Let me introduce how to deal with these situations by showing you simple hacks that can be done to WooCommerce.

    I will cover:
    – Child theme concept,
    – CSS tweaks,
    – Text tweaks,
    – WooCommerce templates,
    – WooCommerce filters and hooks.

    After this workshop you will be able to make these customizations on your own and you will do it the right way.

    The talk is intended for beginner developers and shop owners who want to start working with WooCommerce themes.

  • Ajay Coletta: Moving Beyond The Customizer

    Ajay Coletta: Moving Beyond The Customizer

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2017Speaker: Ajay Coletta

    October 17, 2017 — So you made changes to your WordPress theme using the built-in Customizer, but you would like the ability to make more changes to the look & feel of your theme, well this session is for you.

    I will discuss the benefits of creating & modifying Child themes and show you how you can easily inspect and modify the css styles that control the bulk of overall design.

    And if you want to dig deeper into theme customization, I will discuss the benefits of starter/foundational themes like Genesis.

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  • Paul Barthmaier: Plug In To The Customizer

    Paul Barthmaier: Plug In To The Customizer

    WordCamp Lehigh Valley 2017Speaker: Paul Barthmaier

    October 17, 2017 — I am cultivating a number of classes which use the Customizer API beyond the typical theme settings. I’ve also begun to build custom controls to allow for further customization of the Customizer. In this talk, I’d like to walk thru how to use the API, demonstrate the existing tools available and then show how to expand on them to better suit your specific needs.

  • Andrew Taylor: A Better User Experience With The WordPress Customizer

    Andrew Taylor: A Better User Experience With The WordPress Customizer

    WordCamp Seattle 2016Speaker: Andrew Taylor

    October 12, 2017 — With all the buzz around the REST API maybe it’s been awhile since you took a look at WordPress core’s JavaScript-driven single page application (SPA), the Customizer.

    In this talk we will explore how to use the Customizer to improve the user experience for theme and plugin settings, explore how the Customizer has evolved, and look at the future of the Customizer.

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  • Gary Thayer: Woo for You: Customizing WooCommerce

    Gary Thayer: Woo for You: Customizing WooCommerce

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2017Speaker: Gary Thayer

    October 10, 2017 — WooCommerce now powers over 30% of all online stores, both big and small. While the basic WooCommerce package covers a lot of needs, business use cases often require special attention. This talk with Gary Thayer will look at the best practices for building and customizing themes and plugins for WooCommerce.

    He’ll talk about:

    * Building a streamline customer service experience for your business
    * Keeping template files up to date
    * Useful actions and filters
    * Custom solutions for unique eCommerce situations