Want to know more about web accessibility? Here are some resources.
Adam LaBarge from Hyperarts introduced us to Git and GitHub: installing Git on Windows and Mac, cross-platform GUI clients for Git, repositories like GitHub, GitLab, and BitBucket, deploying from Git to WP Engine, and other useful tools for developers.
Things change rapidly in the WordPress world. The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.Here are some of the things that came up during our general discussion at the May 2016 Meetup. What Is a Content Audit? Sallie mentioned being in the middle of a […]
Want to install a free Let’s Encrypt certificate on your WordPress website? This post lists several popular hosting companies and their implementation of Let’s Encrypt as of May 2016.
Things change rapidly in the WordPress world. The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.Here are some links and notes from the open Q & A part of the April 2016 East Bay WordPress Meetup. Analytics for Landing Pages SumoMe provides an awesome suite of […]
Things change rapidly in the WordPress world. The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.Tech Liminal has been the venue for the East Bay WordPress Meetup since late 2009. In 2012, Tech Liminal moved from 14th Street to the Ask.com building at 11th and Clay. […]
Anca Mosoiu explains how to get WordPress to tell you what’s going on with your business.
The March 2016 meetup focused on pricing for WordPress professionals: how to figure out what to charge, what to charge for, avoiding scope creep, and pros and cons of creating fixed-price packages.
Find the WordPress site management tools we discussed at the February 2016 meetup here.
WP Chick Kim Doyal covers content marketing, content promotion, lead generation, and Google Tag Manager.