September 24, 2019
December 20, 2015 — Your added functionality usually means additional Settings, Post Types, Taxonomies, Custom Fields and overall Workflow. Don’t make users struggle to look for your settings page, or become confused and frustrated when trying to fill in fields for a custom post type. Provide them with inline help, where and when they need it
In this session you will learn how to limit support tickets, emails and general user frustration, by creating
March 23, 2015 — Steve Bruner conducts an open discussion of preferred WordPress plugins including:
(Yoast SEO: Melissa Cahill) (OptimizePress: Victor Ramirez) (JSON Rest API: Dr. Ron Suarez and Margaret Koenen) (WP Helpers: Steve Bruner)
March 10, 2015 — When there is an issue with your database, WordPress shows a very simple message, on a simple white screen: “Error establishing a database connection”. In this presentation, Steve Bruner shows how you can easily theme this page, using the db-error.php file, so your visitors are not shocked when they see this message.
November 16, 2014 — This presentation shows you how to customize the WordPress admin with the Piklist framework. You will be able to add common features quicker than ever before, and advanced features you might not have known existed–saving you hundreds of hours of coding each year. Whether you are a beginner or advanced developer, you can do more with Piklist.
May 28, 2010 — Steve Bruner showcases new aspects of customization available in the upcoming WordPress 3.0 release, including custom post types and the new menu management feature, using the new default Twenty Ten theme as an example.
Video provided by Punkcast.
November 14, 2009 — Jane Wells and Steve Bruner welcome participants to WordCamp New York City 2009.
Video courtesy ISOC-NY.