Search Results for ‘html

  • Vincent Dubroeucq: Développer son premier thème WordPress à partir d’une maquette HTML/CSS

    Vincent Dubroeucq: Développer son premier thème WordPress à partir d’une maquette HTML/CSS

    WordCamp Paris 2018Speaker: Vincent Dubroeucq

    April 27, 2018 — Apprenez comment développer un thème WordPress simple en partant d’un template HTML/CSS.

    L’objectif est de comprendre les fondamentaux et les bonnes pratiques de développement de thèmes WordPress :

    Faire apparaître son thème dans l’administration de WordPress
    Organiser les fichiers du thème de façon claire et lisible.
    Comment WordPress choisit les templates (modèles de pages) à utiliser
    Charger les ressources CSS/JS correctement
    Mettre en place la boucle de WordPress (responsable de l’affichage du contenu), les menus, les zones de widgets.
    Utiliser les templates tags de WordPress pour afficher les informations nécessaires, et créer ses propres templates tags.
    S’assurer que le thème est sécurisé, traduisible et accessible.
    Si le temps le permet, on pourra plonger dans des sujets plus avancés, comme :

    Mettre en place les fonctionnalités comme l’image d’entête personnalisée, le logo personnalisé, etc…
    Comment intégrer le thème à l’outil de personnalisation de WordPress.
    Le but est que les utilisateurs/développeurs voulant développer un thème repartent avec une méthode simple, pas à pas et une bonne appréhension des spécificités de développement de thème pour WordPress.

    Le thème développé ne sera donc pas d’une complexité élevée, au contraire, mais permettra d’avoir la vue d’ensemble la plus complète possible du process et des bonnes pratiques de développement.

    Le code source du prototype HTML/CSS ainsi que le thème à différentes étapes de son développement seront disponibles sur GitHub.

    Prérequis pour tirer le maximum de l’atelier :

    Des connaissances de base en HTML/CSS/PHP. JavaScript pas forcément nécessaire.
    Un environnement de développement WordPress local (MAMP / Local by Flywheel / Bitnami, etc…)
    Un éditeur de code (VS Code, Atom, etc…)

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  • Matt Graham: HTML in Functions Kills Kittens: MVC in WordPress Plugins and Themes

    Matt Graham: HTML in Functions Kills Kittens: MVC in WordPress Plugins and Themes

    WordCamp Rochester 2017Speaker: Matt Graham

    December 1, 2017 — You’ve seen it before, one big file of PHP code and HTML all mangled together like a coughed up furball. There’s another, dare I say, a better way of structuring your code so that not only you as the developer can go back and make updates with ease, but others can as well.
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  • Lucas Cherkewski: Demystifying HTML: An Introduction For Bloggers

    Lucas Cherkewski: Demystifying HTML: An Introduction For Bloggers

    WordCamp Montreal 2017Speaker: Lucas Cherkewski

    October 17, 2017 — HTML: for those of us who aren’t comfortable with code, we may have shied away from it in the past. Maybe you’ve seen it when you click the text/HTML tab in the WordPress editor, but quickly clicked back to the visual mode. Whatever your familiarity with HTML, we’ll use this talk to break down some of your fears. You’ll learn what HTML is, how it’s used, and why it’s worth learning. Together, we’ll see that HTML isn’t too bad at all—that it’s actually a powerful tool to help us better our websites. By the end, you’ll be familiar with HTML and know where to go to learn more.

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  • Lacy Paschal: Coding from 1999 - HTML Email and WordPress

    Lacy Paschal: Coding from 1999 – HTML Email and WordPress

    WordCamp Nashville 2016Speaker: Lacy Paschal

    March 18, 2017 — Does your organization send a lot of HTML Emails? Are you tired of getting in your Delorean every time and coding tables and inline styles, oh my? Let WordPress do the heavy lifting. At Vanderbilt, we’ve built out an Email Creator WordPress theme that allows our users to easily create HTML emails, using various template options. Come to this session to learn more about how to reduce the effort you’re putting into HTML marketing, and putting more control in the hands of your users.

  • Jose Fremaint: How to Convert HTML to WordPress

    Jose Fremaint: How to Convert HTML to WordPress

    Speaker: Jose Fremaint

    April 18, 2016 — In this video you will learn how to convert your own HTML to WordPress. You don’t need to know PHP for this video, just HTML/CSS and how to install WordPress.

  • Andrew Woods: HTML is for Everyone

    Andrew Woods: HTML is for Everyone

    WordCamp Seattle 2015: Beginner EditionSpeaker: Andrew Woods

    December 7, 2015 — HTML is the language of the web. Designers and Developers use it to create your website. They use it everyday. However, they aren’t the only ones who need to know HTML – writers, editors, marketers, evangelists, and content strategists, also need to know HTML. HTML is for everyone. When starting out, most people feel intimidated by HTML, because it’s code. Fortunately, it is designed to be easy to write. I’ll explain how HTML works, which parts of it you need to know, and provide you with some reference material to assist you with your writing.

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  • Jussi Tuoma: Creating a HTML Presentation with Reveal.js and ACF

    Jussi Tuoma: Creating a HTML Presentation with Reveal.js and ACF

    WordCamp Finland 2015Speaker: Jussi Tuoma

    July 8, 2015 — Jussi gaves a lightning talk about creating a HTML Presentation using the Reveal.js framework and Advanced Custom Fields.

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  • Bruce Lawson:  (Picture) and Friends – HTML Responsive Images

    Bruce Lawson: (Picture) and Friends – HTML Responsive Images

    WordCamp London 2015Speaker: Bruce Lawson

    May 30, 2015 — Amaze your friends, confound your enemies! Oh, and save bandwidth and speed up your site by sending the correctly-sized images for the device with HTML’s new responsive images capabilities.

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  • Torsten Landsiedel: Die Validierung in den Zeiten von HTML5

    Torsten Landsiedel: Die Validierung in den Zeiten von HTML5

    WordCamp Berlin 2013Speaker: Torsten Landsiedel

    February 27, 2015 — Warum Validieren nicht vorm eigenen Denken schützt und wieso wir unseren Kunden erklären müssen, dass ein Validator nur ein Werkzeug ist, dessen Ausgabe zu interpretieren ist. Mit ein bisschen HTML5 und WordPress-Infos anbei …

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  • Michael C. Breuer & David Luecke: Advanced Theming with HTML5

    Michael C. Breuer & David Luecke: Advanced Theming with HTML5

    WordCamp Calgary 2014Speaker: David Luecke

    October 5, 2014 — David and Michael delve into some advance concepts surrounding WordPress themes and development. Showing attendees how to craft custom WordPress Child Themes and even walk you through how to add HTML Video elements straight into a custom comments section.