‘admin panel’ Videos

  • Daniel Gordon: Enhancing your WP Admin Panel

    WordCamp Zurich 2019Speaker: Daniel Gordon

    September 19, 2019 — In this talk, we will review a series of code snippets designed to make the WordPress Admin Panel a custom place, powerful and easy to use, and all without using plugins. After this talk, you will want to add it to your toolbox for reuse in each site. Simple tasks, such as adding a logo and customizing the login screen, making the content editor reflect the appearance of your site and adding your company’s contact information on each page and then to the more complex task of adding fields Classifiers and filters to navigate better content in the back-end, as well as the creation of widgets in the WordPress welcome panel.

  • denisco: Краткий обзор админ-панели WordPress

    Speaker: denisco

    November 11, 2017 — Сегодня проведем краткий обзор админ-панели.

    Различия между записями и страницами в WordPress

    Что такое сниппеты и как их использовать в WordPress

    Изменение оформления элементов сайта с помощью Дополнительных стилей в WordPress

    На что обратить внимание при выборе темы для WordPress

  • Monique Dubbelman: Dear WordPress Community: we’ve turned WP Admin into a monster!

    WordCamp Nijmegen 2017Speaker: Monique Dubbelman

    October 14, 2017 — A few events recently occurred: a WordPress developer posted a screenshot on Twitter of the WP Admin of a website he’d just taken over. It was also the day I handed over a site to one of my clients. While I was explaining them where to find what in WP Admin, it struck me: there seemed to be no logic in a lot of the menu-items at all!

    While we’ve all been busy designing websites with a focus on the front end, we seemed to have lost track of usability when developing extra functionality for the back end of WordPress, WP Admin. New menu items created by plugins, seem to be all over the place, not to mention the notifications that come with them.

    Even though most of us are working with WordPress on a daily basis, taking over a website developed by another company isn’t always easy. So imagine what it is like for someone with less experience.

    This talk is a first analyses on the WP admin of a WordPress website, that has the most popular plugins installed. It also presents findings of research done amongst plugin developers, on how they decide how and where the menu of a plugin should appear. Finally, I’m encouraging WP Admin users to participate in an online user test, that will help us to create a foundation for a more user friendly WP Admin.

  • denisco: Как добавить редактируемый из админ-панели текст в подвал сайта в WordPress

    Speaker: denisco

    May 21, 2017 — Сегодня разберемся как добавить редактируемый из админ-панели текст в подвал сайта в WordPress (Customizer).

    Код из видео

    Документация по Customizer

    Как редактировать файлы по FTP

    Как создать дочернюю тему в WordPress

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  • Jesper van Engelen: Customising the WordPress Admin Panel for Your Clients’ Needs

    WordCamp Geneva 2016Speaker: Jesper van Engelen

    December 18, 2016 — In an ever-growing WordPress ecosystem, both the number and scale of companies using WordPress for their online operations are expanding rapidly. Providing your client’s visitors with a usable, accessible and good-looking frontend to their website is usually concern number 1. But should it be? Often, the usability of the WordPress backend is overlooked by developers, and choices pondered on by core developers for months are negated by developers overloading the admin panel with useless menu items, options and data — resulting in a complete lack of insight.

    In this talk, I will discuss with you the need of building WordPress websites and web applications that are not only usable to its visitors, but also to its users — be it administrators, content editors or developers. I will walk you through the why and how of improving your WordPress backend experience using plugins and custom code (specifically, the menu API and the columns API), lead by my experience as a developer for clients and as a former co-author of the Admin Columns plugin.

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  • Kristen Symonds: 15 Cool Things You (Maybe) Didn’t Know WordPress Could Do

    WordCamp Brisbane 2015Speaker: Kristen Symonds

    October 2, 2015 — This talk is aimed at users to get the most out of their WordPress publishing experience.
    Kristen’s talk will include some of the overlooked parts of WordPress admin such as:

    – The Help menu.
    – Screen Options.
    – Drag & drop media.
    – Inserting multiple images at once.
    – Use the Edit Selection section of media dialogue.
    – Page Ordering.
    – Bulk Edit.
    – Emoji.
    – And many more!

  • Cliff Seal: Friendlier, Safer WordPress Admin Areas

    WordCamp Atlanta 2015Speaker: Cliff Seal

    April 15, 2015 — The WordPress Administration area is no walk in the park. Just because it’s, perhaps, the most user-friendly of the big CMSs doesn’t necessary make it objectively easy to use. All sorts of things that can seriously break your site are mixed in with trivial options. And, once you start adding robust plugins, things can get complicated fast.

    There are many ways to make WordPress more palatable for the common user (see: non-developers) and reduce the risk of big-time accidents. In this session, I’ll show you how easy it is to remove things users don’t need from the admin area—all with your own plugin.

    Don’t worry if you haven’t written a plugin before. Not only will I give you the working plugin to start with, but I’ll explain everything along the way.

    Let’s make WordPress just a little easier and safer for everyone!

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  • Konstantin Dankov: Styling the WordPress Admin

    WordCamp Europe 2014Speaker: Konstantin Dankov

    February 12, 2015 — Technical look, from a front ender perspective at the process of tweaking the admin styles or building a completely different look for it. Showcasing a real-world example of the process and application of styles.

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  • Kojiro Fukazawa: ユーザーにやさしい管理画面をつくるために。テーマ制作者ができること 初級編

    WordCamp Kansai 2014Speaker: Kojiro Fukazawa

    August 19, 2014 — はただのテンプレートエンジンではありません。


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  • Chad Warner: WordPress Admin: A Guided Tour

    WordCamp Grand Rapids 2012Speaker: Chad Warner

    October 18, 2013 — This talk takes beginning users on a tour through the admin area, showing them how to navigate the menu and customize with Screen Options.