August 9, 2019 — Initially trained as a mechanical engineer, I spent 20 years in a non-IT industry. I then started some web projects, mostly PHP and various CMS, and mostly centered around SEO. This was a hobby in 2006, but 3 years later, and to this date, it became my full time job. I run a small company handling development and support for our open source CMS plugins.
Seeing how important Accelerated Mobile Pages was to become we developed an advanced WordPress AMP plugin at the end of 2016 to enable AMP pages on sites with both a lot of ease and high degree of customization.
The topic of Yannick’s presentation is “AMP: it’s getting faster!“.
– Pretty much any type of site can benefit from enabling AMP pages: blogs, news site, recipes, e-commerce, directories, etc
– Having AMP on your site is probably an SEO must in 2017
– AMP opens the door to Progressive Web Apps
– Although adding AMP pages to your site can be as simple as activating a single plugin, this is unlikely to give good results and can even have negative effects.
During this talk, we will go quickly through how AMP works, why and if you should add it to your site, and very importantly the dos and don’ts of a successful AMP implementation.
October 7, 2017 — For many WordPress users, even seasoned PHP developers, creating new plugins for WordPress seems like a daunting task. This presentation aims to show attendees how simple creating plugins for WordPress from the ground up can be by looking at the architecture of a WordPress plugin, from the basic concepts of registering actions and filters to more advanced concepts such as the creation of admin pages and registering shortcodes.
September 26, 2017 — Did you know WordPress is made of people? It’s true – and you can be one of them too! Join us for an open discussion about how to get started contributing to open source software. We’ll cover the different teams found on WordPress.org, share our tips on how we got started, and hopefully inspire you to consider starting too.
May 18, 2017 — Google a activé les pages Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) dans ses résultats de recherche le 24 février 2016. Les pages AMP utilisent un ensemble de techniques visant à rendre l’affichage des pages sur appareils mobiles ultra-rapides. D’abord limitées en pratique aux pages de type Nouvelles, ou Blog, visant un affichage dans les « Top stories » des résultats de recherche, les pages AMP sont depuis novembre 2016 affichées en priorité quand elles existent dans les résultats de recherche Google sur mobile, ce qui en fait déjà un élément majeur de toute stratégie SEO. Dans le même temps, Google a annoncé que les résultats de toutes les recherches en général seront dorénavant basés sur son nouvel index mobile, ce qui rend AMP encore plus incontournable.
August 16, 2011