June 2, 2019 — WordPress is probably the easiest CMS you can develop for. Its simplest plugins consist of a single function and some header data, and anyone with determination and a grasp of programming basics can create their own.
But there’s a gap between mastering technical essentials and acquiring a degree of wisdom about what makes for a successful plugin or theme. This talk offers advice to developers about pitfalls to avoid and ways they can create better plugins or themes.
July 29, 2016 — WP-REST-APIって最近ちょこちょこ耳にするけど、一体何？どういうもの？何ができるの？というような方のためのセッションです。
April 20, 2016 — After your site is set up and you figured out how to add content, the next steps are sometimes less obvious.
In this session we’ll talk to new WordPress users about
• how to evaluate plugins and themes you think you like or need,
• how to manage all kinds of media so it shows up the way you want,
• how to get the word out about your content through RSS feeds, social media and a little bit of SEO,
• and perhaps, most importantly, how to find help when you’re stuck.
December 12, 2015 — Posts & Pages might have some obvious differences to you but to new users, they seem exactly the same. When teaching WordPress, the goal is to make sure the user feels comfortable, so never assume! In this talk I’ll go over some of my tried and true methods for introducing and training people on WordPress
September 29, 2015 — Somebody built you a WordPress site and then left you in the lurch to fend for yourself. Maybe they told you how to add content, use headings, and add images. But you forgot pretty quickly. Get past the fear of breaking the internet. You CAN do this! This session will help you figure out what you think you can’t.
Kerch McConlogue, retired ADHD coach and front end developer, has been writing code by hand for 16 years and using WordPress since version 1.5. Her passion is helping WordPress novices to understand the basics of care and feeding of their own sites and to get past their fears of breaking the internet.