November 11, 2021 — Learn more about the many possible uses of web components for WordPress pages, blocks and plugins.
Learn how to create your own HTML tags to use in WordPress pages, Gutenberg blocks, or even create HTML/JS/CSS ‘plugins’ to deploy in any HTML site.
October 31, 2019 — Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, handling more than three billion searches each day. In this session, you will learn how you can optimize your websites for users and to be compatible with Google search engine. You will learn how search works and tips on how to do well on search and explore tools that Google offers which you can use to manage your online presence on Google Search. You will also learn about structured data, HTTPs, and best practices for securing your site.
December 1, 2017 — You’ve seen it before, one big file of PHP code and HTML all mangled together like a coughed up furball. There’s another, dare I say, a better way of structuring your code so that not only you as the developer can go back and make updates with ease, but others can as well.
November 12, 2017 — So you want to become a WooCommerce Expert?
Great, let’s get you started today. Learn advanced WooCommerce, and turn yourself into a WooCommerce superstar!
If you’re a Web Designer or a WooCommerce store owner, this workshop will teach you how to handle WooCommerce customization with PHP coding (via your child theme by using hooks). Minimum requirements: basic HTML 🙂
My goal is to make you master WooCommerce and – finally – stop wasting precious development and customisation time.
October 17, 2017 — HTML: for those of us who aren’t comfortable with code, we may have shied away from it in the past. Maybe you’ve seen it when you click the text/HTML tab in the WordPress editor, but quickly clicked back to the visual mode. Whatever your familiarity with HTML, we’ll use this talk to break down some of your fears. You’ll learn what HTML is, how it’s used, and why it’s worth learning. Together, we’ll see that HTML isn’t too bad at all—that it’s actually a powerful tool to help us better our websites. By the end, you’ll be familiar with HTML and know where to go to learn more.
September 30, 2016 — We’re going to step into the process of starting your own WordPress theme by taking a basic html and css site. The main goal is to show folks that making your own isn’t difficult with a little knowledge of HTML & CSS, and diving in is the scariest part, and shouldn’t be. If you’ve ever developed a website from wireframes or mockups to html, turning it into a WordPress theme is just a few extra steps. Watch how Andy and Ben do it, and take your web skills to the next level with your own custom theme. Even if building custom themes isn’t a future goal, getting in and doing this can help when editing other themes and understanding the inner workings of WordPress.
December 7, 2015 — HTML is the language of the web. Designers and Developers use it to create your website. They use it everyday. However, they aren’t the only ones who need to know HTML – writers, editors, marketers, evangelists, and content strategists, also need to know HTML. HTML is for everyone. When starting out, most people feel intimidated by HTML, because it’s code. Fortunately, it is designed to be easy to write. I’ll explain how HTML works, which parts of it you need to know, and provide you with some reference material to assist you with your writing.
November 17, 2015 — It’s easy to get caught up adding HTML classes (and IDs) to each and every element we want to style, but the fact is, WordPress helps us out with specific targeting by adding its own classes and IDs to certain elements on every page and post. Cleverly utilizing WordPress’s default page build along with CSS’s pseudo classes and combinators makes it possible to be highly specific with our targeted styles while leaving the original HTML completely alone. In short, if we look for ways, we can often avoid adding more classes and wrapping text in spans to have WordPress and CSS do the work for us.
May 30, 2015 — Amaze your friends, confound your enemies! Oh, and save bandwidth and speed up your site by sending the correctly-sized images for the device with HTML’s new responsive images capabilities.