‘Features’ Videos

  • Michelle Ames: The “Hidden Features” of WordPress

    Michelle Ames: The “Hidden Features” of WordPress

    WordCamp Montreal 2018Speaker: Michelle Ames

    December 14, 2018 — There are WordPress Features You May Not Know. If you are like many, there always seem to be things you wish you could do with WordPress, but maybe can’t figure out. This session will provide you with some great tips and tricks for you to make working with WordPress even easier. From changing the number of posts on the dashboard page, to adding a target to link to on the menu dashboard, there are many things that are easy to accomplish — if only you know where to look. Not only are there screen options on almost every dashboard page, but there are help pulldowns, too, helping to answer questions before you might even need to turn to help in a forum. We will also cover shortcuts for use in the editor window, and a quick and easy way to save your favorite plugins to find at a click to upload to your site.

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  • Vasyl Martyniuk: All You Need To KnowAbout WP Access Management

    Vasyl Martyniuk: All You Need To KnowAbout WP Access Management

    WordCamp Wilmington 2017Speaker: Vasyl Martyniuk

    October 25, 2017 — In this topic I would like to focus on the native WordPress features that are related to the access management and how they work. I will explain the full concept and idea behind users, roles and capabilities. A lot of material is exclusive and you will not be able to find it anywhere online. With this knowledge, the website owner can pick a better strategy on how to manage access to both frontend and backend.

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  • Michelle Ames: Hidden Features of WordPress Revealed

    Michelle Ames: Hidden Features of WordPress Revealed

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2016Speaker: Michelle Ames

    September 29, 2016 — There are WordPress Features You May Not Know.

    If you are like many, there always seem to be things you wish you could do with WordPress, but maybe can’t quite figure out. This session will provide you with some great tips and tricks for you to make working with WordPress even easier.

    From changing the number of posts on the dashboard page, to adding a target to link to on the menu dashboard, there are many things that are easy to accomplish — if only you know where to look. Not only are there screen options on almost every dashboard page, but there are help pulldowns, too, helping to answer questions before you might even need to turn to help in a forum.

    We will also cover shortcuts for use in the editor window, and a quick and easy way to save your favorite plugins to find at a click to upload to your site.

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  • John James Jacoby: Multisite Multinetwork and Free Money

    John James Jacoby: Multisite Multinetwork and Free Money

    WordCamp Providence 2014Speaker: John James Jacoby

    August 3, 2015 — Come hang out with me for a while, and I’ll tell you everything you ever wanted to know about running multiple WordPress sites, multiple networks, and the past, present, and future of these crazy cool hidden WordPress features. If there’s time, I’ll tell you where the free money is.

  • Pascal Birchler: Keynote

    Pascal Birchler: Keynote

    WordCamp Cologne 2015Speaker: Pascal Birchler

    June 19, 2015 — Keynote von Pascal Birchler.
    Keynote from Pascal Birchler.

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  • Richard Archambault : Faites décoller votre site avec Jetpack

    Richard Archambault : Faites décoller votre site avec Jetpack

    WordCamp Paris 2015Speaker: Richard Archambault

    April 6, 2015 — Dans cet atelier, Richard va expliquer l’utilisation de base du plugin Jetpack (comment le connecter à WordPress.com, comment configurer ses modules les plus populaires), et il partagera les meilleures pratiques pour l’utilisation de Jetpack avec les sites de vos clients ainsi que quelques conseils plus avancés. Il va également être disponible pour offrir du soutien technique pour Jetpack en personne pour quiconque en a besoin.