January 15, 2020 — Aku buntu! Perlukan Design Baru Tapi Bagaimana By Muhammad Johar Jaafar. As a designer or developer. You may or you may not encounter design inspiration problem. But it does happen in our daily life as Web Developer who use WordPress.
This sharing session shared on how to get on path and acquire design inspiration, as well copy technique of getting similar website that we want.
January 15, 2020 — 10 First Steps To Secure Your WP Assets By Sanjay Willie. In this talk, i’d like to share what are the essential 10 tips and tricks to secure any WordPress site to ensure you’re ready to share all the WordPress goodness to the world. These are “Do not leave installation without these” kind of nature. It’s simple, straightforward, least geeky and anyone can do them.
January 15, 2020 — WordCamp Kota Kinabalu 2019 Part 4 – The Location Independent Developer By James Hunt. A talk about going remote, digital nomads, and being location independent.
Where to find remote work, how to convince your boss to go remote.What is a digital nomad and why be location independent. Tips tricks and lessons learnt after 5 years of being a digital nomad.
January 14, 2020 — WordCamp Kota Kinabalu 2019 Part 7 – The Future Is Now The Importance Of Upgrading to PHP 7 By Matt Jaworski. In this talk I explain the lifetime of PHP versions and how the recent major events (the end of life of PHP 5.x.x and 7.0.x) are impacting the industry.
It’s a very relevant and important topic nowadays, as PHP is going through major shifts this year (PHP 5.6 and 7.0 lost the official support). Unsupported PHP versions will pose a security risk for all websites still stuck on old systems.
January 14, 2020 — WordCamp Kota Kinabalu 2019 Part 8 – Can I make money with WordPress By Vince Aggrippino.
An in-depth discussion exploring the pros and cons of several options for earning an income with WordPress…
– Blogging with ads & affiliate marketing
– Theme design
– A regular job… What’s that?
– “Traditional” Freelancing
– Upwork et al… Freelancing with help
– Fiverr … a slightly different take
– Other ways… Are there other ways
January 14, 2020 — Whether it is for re-using the same code or deploying a bug fix or just for better document management, one of the most important leaps any site builder will ever take in their path towards becoming a developer is learning a version control system. This talk will briefly explore the need for Git, the history and use cases. Then we will jump into how to get started and the basic organizational concepts. We will also examine Github, the web-based Git hosting service.
January 14, 2020 — When we work with WordPress, we deal with data that we commonly know as posts, pages, media, comments, options etc. However, the REST API has required us to rethink what some of these data structures are and how they should work, particularly in regards to metadata and options, which have historically been an undefined dump of arbitrary data. This session provides an abstract overview of how data in WordPress is structured and gives insight on questions like: How are post types and taxonomies related? What makes metadata different from options? Where does my own data fit in? If you are developing for WordPress, it is crucial to know some of these concepts. In recent years, WordPress has started to make some structure out of its previous data mess, but is still only touching the surface. And we can all contribute to figuring it out together.
January 14, 2020 — WordPress’ default dumping ground for all data related to posts (and custom post types) is in post meta. When there’s a lot of meta data, it starts to strain your server performance and resources in ways you may not have realized.
I’ll go through a real-world example of too much meta-data being stored with a post, some hacks to avoid problems, and some better solutions using the meta data API. I’ll explain how you can easily move data, even if your site has already been designed, developed, and deployed.
Use less memory, handle more concurrent visitors, and speed up page loads by only loading what you need, when you need it.
January 14, 2020 — I’ve been blogging for 8 years and I have learned that when it comes to getting visits to my website, I had to do three things: (1) Narrow my niche, (2) Answer a question, and (3) gain a basic understanding of search engine optimization.
In this presentation, I would like to introduce the audience to 15 (or more) easy tips that they can apply immediately to improve the SEO of their WordPress blog. My tips will include:
• Keyword research
• Topics that answer questions
• Best practices for headers
• Guest posting and link backs
• Digging deep into the analytics of a blog