September 16, 2019 — A few years ago I jumped my organization onto Multisite, at first it was fantastic. WordPress, themes and plugins could be updated in a single dashboard. By clicking a few buttons and checking off a to-do list I had another site ready to go. This was fantastic!
June 20, 2019 — Unsurprisingly, last December’s release of WordPress 5.0 made us nervous. Today, some of our themes are in need of extensive upgrades.
While reviewing the oldest of such designs, 2005’s classic default theme Kubrick. We’ll rediscover why it is important to WordPress’ past and discuss new opportunities. In this session, Kubrick’s design will be applied to blocks allowing users to anticipate exactly what to expect before they hit publish.
If we can modernize Kubrick for Gutenberg in 2019, we can do anything.
December 14, 2018 — Dipping into Child Themes is an introduction to theme modification & development for anyone curious about how WordPress themes are built and safely modified.
This talk will provide several simple and practical Child Theme examples and explain the modular nature of the Template Hierarchy. We’ll also touch on how Template Tags and Conditional Tags and how they can be used to enhance a website.