January 16, 2020 — The talk will discuss important items to check off your list after launching a new wp site, including, but not limited to, submitting a site map to search engines webmaster tools, checking every link, ensuring that the robot.txt is readable, google analytics, permalinks, update all relevant plugins and disable those not being used, manually backup site, SEO plugin installed e.g Yoast, disabling comments and using captcha on all forms. The talk will make available a handy checklist that attendees will be able to use for all their WordPress projects.
January 16, 2020 — November 9th, 2017 – This session is meant for anyone who works directly with clients!
Christina will be giving tips and sharing stories on how to keep clients happy by being open (when possible), honest (without hurting feelings :p), and constantly resetting expectations.
Do you feel like you could use a “softer touch” when having to push back to clients? Then attend this talk! Do you get nervous when having to answer pointed questions? Then this talk is for you! Do you wish you had a better process that would set you and your client up for success? See you there! Do you want to work at keeping your clients happy- be there or be square!
January 16, 2020 — November 9th, 2017 – What good is your website if you have no conversions? Let’s discuss how to design your site to be a conversion machine. We will look at common design trends that convert well and even talk about ways to determine what is the best design for your audience. We will cover homepage design, subpages, landing pages and conversion funnels/paths.
January 15, 2020 — November 9th, 2017 – There are hundreds of platforms to use when it comes to building your website. So does it matter which platform you use? The answer is yes- it does matter. So in this presentation I would like to go over key benefits and differences that make WordPress stand apart from other platforms and how does it work when it comes to Search Engine Optimization and setting you site up for success.
January 15, 2020 — November 9th, 2018 – There’s a lot of talk about website security, keeping sites updated and making sure passwords are strong, etc. These techniques might be great for your site itself but aren’t helping your privacy or your users and, in the right circumstances, can leave your fancy new passwords and other data open to anyone who might be listening. We’ll look beyond passwords and updates at ways to protect your privacy, your users’ privacy and the data that is sent to and from our own sites as well as those we use every day.
January 15, 2020 — People are scared of 404 pages, but at times they overlook how important it is to optimize the 404 error page.
Pages get renamed, content changes, links break and the inevitable happens, your visitor lands on a 404 error page.
But, what if we could leverage it to start a conversation instead?
In this talk learn why it is important to create custom 404 pages and how to monitor and analyze your 404 pages.
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.