Search Results for ‘Plugins

  • Fernando Puente: Taller WPO - Carga condicional de plugins

    Fernando Puente: Taller WPO – Carga condicional de plugins

    WordCamp Zaragoza 2019Speaker: Fernando Puente

    January 27, 2019 — Uno de los factores más desconocidos y que más beneficio aporta en las estrategias de WPO es la carga condicional de plugins, dependiendo del entorno, página, tipo de llamada, usuario…. y que es distinto de cada proyecto.

    Aprende a desarrollar un plugin que controle la carga condicional de los plugins instalados y activos, cómo manejarlo en multitud de escenarios posibles y mejorar el rendimiento de tu sitio reduciendo notablemente la carga en el servidor.

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  • Steve Schwartz: WordPress Security- beyond the plugins!

    Steve Schwartz: WordPress Security- beyond the plugins!

    WordCamp Atlanta 2018Speaker: Steve Schwartz

    January 24, 2019 — “You can’t just install a couple of security plugins and call it a day when it comes to safeguarding your WordPress website. Plugins are a great start. The door to your website now has a lock on it. But how about adding a dead bolt? A door chain? A peep hole? Titanium reinforcement? A pet dragon hiding inside?

    Just as you would add layers of security to protect your home and family, your WordPress security needs a multi layered approach. Come learn how to build a wall, a moat, and some additional lookout towers to keep the bad guys away from your castle. Oh, and dragons? We’ll talk about them too, if we have time.”

  • Tara Claeys: How To Add Bells And Whistles To Your WordPress Site With Plugins

    Tara Claeys: How To Add Bells And Whistles To Your WordPress Site With Plugins

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Tara Claeys

    January 23, 2019 — How To Add Bells And Whistles To Your WordPress Site With Plugins

    If you are new to WordPress or have just been using it “out of the box,” you may want to learn about some easy ways to add useful functionality to your website using popular WordPress Plugins. This talk will briefly review what plugins are, and how to select and install them. Tara will share the top plugins for adding things like forms, events, and image galleries to your WordPress site, as well as go over plugins which will help your website perform better.

    This talk is designed for WordPress Beginners.

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  • Naomi C. Bush: Simple E-Commerce With Form Plugins

    Naomi C. Bush: Simple E-Commerce With Form Plugins

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Naomi C. Bush

    January 23, 2019 — Sometimes you don’t need an e-commerce plugin to sell items on your WordPress site. While the workshop has been focused on WooCommerce, Naomi will be briefly exploring other ways you can sell simple products and services. Some of these solutions are in the form of inexpensive or even free WordPress plugins.

  • Sze Liu: Enhance Your WooCommerce Store With Plugins and Other Things

    Sze Liu: Enhance Your WooCommerce Store With Plugins and Other Things

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Sze Liu

    January 22, 2019 — Enhance Your WooCommerce Store With Plugins and Other Things

  • Thiago Loureiro: Our Beloved Plugins and Gutenberg

    Thiago Loureiro: Our Beloved Plugins and Gutenberg

    WordCamp Toronto 2018Speaker: Thiago Loureiro

    December 28, 2018 — The goal of this session is to show how some of the most popular WordPress plugins are responding to, interacting with and supporting Gutenberg as well as what’s in their roadmaps. The plugins discussed include SEO (YOAST), page builders (Beaver Builder / Elementor / Divi), custom fields (Advanced Custom Fields), gallery sliders (NextGEN Gallery), forms (Ninja Forms) and others (TinyMCE Advanced, WooCommerce, etc.).
    – Although it’s release is scheduled for 2018-11-19, the Gutenberg beta is supported by some major plugins – New features that Gutenberg enables in these plugins – Ideas on how Gutenberg can be used to enhance the editing experience

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  • Evan Stanton: Beginner's Day - Choosing and Using Plugins

    Evan Stanton: Beginner’s Day – Choosing and Using Plugins

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2018Speaker: Evan Stanton

    December 6, 2018 — Once you have a theme chosen and have used customizer to customize it, how do you add functionality? WordPress plugins are an easy way to add functionality to your or your client’s site. How do you know which one is the best one for the feature you want? How do you know if it is good code and will stand the test of time and deal with the demands of the business? You will learn how to pick out, install, and use WordPress plugins.

  • Beka Rice: Understanding Merchants - Building Plugins for the E-Commerce User

    Beka Rice: Understanding Merchants – Building Plugins for the E-Commerce User

    WordCamp Philadelphia 2018Speaker: Beka Rice

    December 5, 2018 — Most of the battle in building a great software product is understanding your user’s job stories: how will your software be used, and who will be using it? This session will look at best practices in building plugins for eCommerce users, from great code foundations to excellent user experience.

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  • Scott Huntley: Your First Twelve Plugins

    Scott Huntley: Your First Twelve Plugins

    WordCamp Brisbane 2018Speaker: Scott Huntley

    November 26, 2018 — In this talk, Scott draws upon inspiration from his WordPress classes at the local community college and his most asked question: “Which WordPress plugins do you think are essential?” Scott will run through twelve plugins you should install when starting off your new site, how to use them, and why. Scott will also give some good advice for how to find that one plugin needle you need from the 56,000 plugin haystack on the WordPress.org website.

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  • Julio de la Iglesia Trinidad: Creación de cursos online en WordPress. Plugins y mejores prácticas.

    Julio de la Iglesia Trinidad: Creación de cursos online en WordPress. Plugins y mejores prácticas.

    WordCamp Barcelona 2018Speaker: Julio de la Iglesia Trinidad

    October 23, 2018 — Gracias a plugins tan potentes como Sensei, MemberPress, LearnDash o Restrict Content Pro prácticamente cualquiera puede crear academias online en las que volcar sus conocimientos y generar negocio.

    Haremos primero un análisis de los plugins de LMS (sistemas de aprendizaje online) más adecuados y sus pros y contras.

    También hablaremos de buenas prácticas a la hora de crear un curso (duración, guión, evaluaciones…) y muy especialmente cómo utilizar el vídeo para incrementar el interés y la retención del alumno, además de potenciar el valor percibido del curso.