October 21, 2017 — Did you ever feel like a poseur? Like any minute your clients, or level-10 WP colleagues, are going to find you out?
“I have no idea what I’m doing. Someone much more technical than me would know this. Am I being filmed?”
I do. Every day.
But I learned there are a ton of people in this World of WordPress (WoWP ©Mike Morucci just now) who have different skills, but not all of them. Who struggle with issues but somehow find solutions, often by trial, error & Google search, and share them. You’ve just got to dive in.
In this talk, I will share #FAIL after #FAIL after #FAIL:
Web site?! Let’s start a Private Facebook group.
Just pick a template…from a million choices.
SITE DOWN! SITE DOWN! What did YOU do, Mike?!
I don’t need an expensive host. LOOK, this is only $4.95/month!
When should I launch? It’s not ready… It’s still not ready… It’s ready! Wait…
I can make my own logo. For free!
Why share my mistakes? Because failure is awesome. It brings wisdom one wouldn’t acquire without failing in the first place. I’ll also share a few tips/tools that keep me sane.
This talk is meant for the newbie who wears that badge proudly and is not embarrassed to say: “Hi, my name is Mike, and I don’t know a &*$%ing thing about PHP.” Or for the expert, who just likes to judge. I want you to feel better, too.
October 19, 2017 — Vytvorenie obsahu webovej stránky je samozrejmosťou. Avšak nemali by ste zabúdať aj na SEO, bezpečnosť webu a rýchlosť. O tom, čo treba spraviť pred a po spustení stránky nám príde povedať Martin Macík.
August 14, 2017 — So you have your WordPress site up and running and its awesome. But whats next? Don’t let those pesky Rebels destroy your new site come learn about what you can do to keep your WordPress site in good working order after it is completed.
March 15, 2017 — Are you afraid to keep your WordPress site up to date? Start treating maintenance work seriously. A little time now can save you a lot of time later. Learn some tips and tricks for keeping WordPress up to date and running smoothly.
February 3, 2017 — The Web is an industry that thrives on the new… but what about building sites that last?
In 1996, I used my newly acquired HTML skills to build a fan site for my favourite author.
Twenty years later, the site – roalddahlfans.com – is still alive and kicking.
I’ll trace the development of the site over the years, which mirrors both my own career journey as a developer and the trajectory of the web as a whole.
I’ll also talk about the challenges I faced during my recent 6-month project to convert the whole site – nearly 1500 pages – to WordPress, dragging it into the 21st century at last.
August 17, 2016 — Introduces design, development and blogging app resources that allow WordPress users the freedom to manage a business, team, multiple websites and other assets while on the go.