“Membership” means different things to different people. Make sure you understand what membership means to you before you start searching for a plugin. No one plugin is best for everyone.
The East Bay WP Meetup had a party in honor of #wp15, the 15th Anniversary of the launch of WordPress. In addition to the cake, balloons, and stickers, we grouped together to improve our meetup space by adding felt pads to the feet of the heavy metal chairs in the cafeteria.
Slides, notes, and links from Amanda McCoy’s May 2018 presentation about how to develop a color palette for your website.
WordPress Gutachterin (expert) Karla Leibowitz provided us with an overview of Gutenberg, from why we as WordPress professionals should be paying attention to it to where Gutenberg content is stored in the database to how you create a custom block.
Mattt Kopala, founder of SiteDistrict, explains the factors that affect website page loading time, and how to find out when the problem is your hosting, not your WordPress installation.
Some websites and applications are made to last – to be updated frequently as part of doing work for a business, for years. In this talk, Anca will present best practices that smart developers use when building sites to last.
During our lively Q & A, we talked about backups, security, editorial workflow, memberships, the Genesis theme framework, and the Underpants Gnomes’ three-step profit plan.
Anita Cheng walked us through the use of the Pods framework to create custom post types, custom taxonomies, custom fields, and relationships between post types, as well as the creation of Pods display templates, based on the site she built for the IA Summit.
During our open Q&A in November 2017, we talked about everything from local development environments to SEO sitemapping tools.
Sonja London demonstrates the power and flexibility of Events Manager.