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  • From Passion to Profit: Navigating the Journey of Launching a Digital Agency

    WordCamp Masaka 2023Speakers: Arthur Kasirye, David M Wampamba, Emmanuel Milimo, Rogers Mukalele, Stephen Dumba

    November 21, 2023 — Discover the secrets of turning your passion into profit. Learn how to transform your love for digital creativity into a thriving business venture.

  • Getting Started with Writing on

    WordCamp Masaka 2023Speaker: Abraham Waita

    November 21, 2023 — Getting Started with Writing on

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  • Recreating in 30 minutes

    Speaker: Jamie Marsland

    November 21, 2023 — In today’s video I recreate the website in just 30 minutes using WordPress, and Block Theme and no plugins.

  • The Creation Of Small Business Websites In WordPress – My Process

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Marija Zaric

    November 21, 2023 — Marija will talk about her process of the creation of small business websites in WordPress from the moment she get the project from the clients to her process of listen, discover, concept with an emphasis of the designing in the browser and testing to the creation of the WordPress files for the website….

  • Getting started with the E2E Playwright test utils for WordPress today (2023)

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Mészáros Róbert

    November 21, 2023 — In 2022, WordPress announced a new End-To-End (E2E) Test Utils package powered by Playwright.

    Even though WordPress Core has yet to adopt it, Gutenberg has already started using it to some extent. We’re still in the early stages of moving to this new tool, but you can already use it in various WordPress-related projects.

    In my presentation, I’ll cover where we stand with this tool right now, what you can do with it immediately, what’s on the horizon, and how to use it, and expand its functionality.

    The faster people get on board and contribute, the quicker this transition can happen.

  • A Comprehensive Guide to Accessibility for Backend Engineers

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Lax Mariappan

    November 21, 2023 — In the dynamic realm of web development, ensuring accessibility has become an integral part of creating a truly inclusive digital experience. While accessibility is often associated with front-end design, it’s equally crucial for the backend of websites to be accessible. This is where developers like Lax Mariappan come into play, breaking barriers with code and paving the way for a more accessible digital landscape.

  • WordPress Playground: The Famous « 5 Second » Install

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Dave Kellam

    November 21, 2023 — WordPress is known for its famous 5-minute install. We’ll explore the WordPress Playground and how you can use it to spin up sites in less than 5 seconds!

    What is WordPress Playground? WordPress Playground makes WordPress instantly accessible for users, learners, extenders, and contributors.

    Topics we’ll explore:
    – Understanding Web Assembly, the technology behind Playground
    – How to use the Playground to test themes, plugins, and PHP versions quickly
    – How to save Playground configurations so other people can use them easily
    – Using the VS Code integration for a local version of the Playground

  • The three things all web professionals need to know about privacy

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Donata Stroink-Skillrud

    November 21, 2023 — Web professionals play a crucial role in building websites that not only perform effectively but also adhere to ethical and legal standards, especially regarding privacy. This presentation aims to equip web professionals with a comprehensive understanding of privacy-related topics so they can guide their clients effectively. We will explore three key subtopics:

    1. The Significance of Privacy in Web Development

    – Discuss the evolving landscape of privacy concerns on the internet.
    – Explore the ethical and legal implications of collecting personal information on websites.
    – Highlight the importance of building trust with users through privacy-conscious practices.

    2. Necessity of Privacy Policies

    – Explain why most websites collecting Personal Information (PI) require a Privacy Policy.
    – Explore the elements and best practices for creating an effective Privacy Policy.
    – Provide insights into staying compliant with various privacy regulations (e.g., GDPR, CCPA).

    3. Web Professionals as Privacy Advocates

    – Empower web professionals to proactively address privacy concerns with their clients.
    – Discuss strategies for integrating privacy considerations into web development projects.
    – Share resources and tools to help web professionals stay up-to-date with evolving privacy regulations.

    By delving into these subtopics, this presentation will enable web professionals to not only answer their clients’ questions about the necessity of a Privacy Policy but also become advocates for privacy and data protection in the digital realm.

  • HELP! I made my dream WordPress site, but I have no traffic. What gives?

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Adrian Tobey

    November 21, 2023 — Build it and they will come is not as an effective marketing strategy as maybe it once was. Outreach and brand awareness are essential to getting eyeballs on your content. You may be tempted to spend thousands on paid ads, or even go to a marketing agency, but there’s a lot of organic unpaid marketing you can do first to get the word out there.

    If you are a product maker, content creator, writer, photographer, or anyone with a unique service offering that deserves more attention, then this is for you.

    In this session, you will get my formula for generating your first traffic organically, without spending a cent on advertising.

  • Choose the PERFECT audience for offering websites as a service to build monthly recurring revenue

    WordCamp Montreal 2023Speaker: Adam McLaughlin

    November 21, 2023 — Start the process of getting off of the roller coaster revenue of custom design and convert you freelance business or agency to building monthly recurring revenue through websites-as-a-service.

    We’ll walk through the fundamentals of building a website service agency and start the process of choosing a target audience for your agency with lots of laughs and opportunities for questions.