Speakers: Bet Hannon

  • Bet Hannon: The Business Case for Accessibility

    Bet Hannon: The Business Case for Accessibility

    WordCamp Phoenix 2020Speaker: Bet Hannon

    June 18, 2020 — This talk will not deal with technical aspects of making sites accessible, but will focus on why building in accessibility on websites is good for business. Business owners will find this information helpful, and anyone who develops sites for businesses (and nonprofits!) will also find tips for “”selling”” accessibility to clients who may be unfamiliar with the concept, and how to get them to fully embrace it.”

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  • WordPress Community Interview With Bet Hannon

    WordPress Community Interview With Bet Hannon

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Bet Hannon

    May 2, 2018 — Bet and I talk about how she started using WordPress, WordCamps and the Support Forums.

    Bet is a moderator on the Support Forums. The group recently held a volunteer orientation on April 27th.

    Anybody is welcome to drop in the forums and give a helping hand to people needing advice.

    There is a lot of information, documentation and tools available here: https://wordpress.org/support/

    Also, check out the team page here: https://make.wordpress.org/support/

  • Bet Hannon: Complex Registration Forms

    Bet Hannon: Complex Registration Forms

    WordCamp Las Vegas 2015Speaker: Bet Hannon

    February 20, 2016 — Nonprofits take registration forms for all kinds of things from fundraisers to summer camps (and small businesses can have registration needs too!). Gravity Forms, with addons and plugins can help you create complex registration forms, with early & late payments, questions that display only when certain boxes are ticked, signatures for releases, pretty PDFs of the submission created and emailed to a registrar, CSV (Excel-readable) exports of the registrations emailed to anyone automatically, and more! I will outline the possibilities for what can be done with WP to create complex registration forms, with screenshots from client forms (who have given permission, of course).

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