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 The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.This is an expanded version of the “Not Everyone Is a WordPress Expert” talk that I gave at WordCamp Sacramento in November. In it, I cover the developer-client disconnect about the […]
Fred Meyer of WP Shout joined us remotely to give his presentation “What I Learned about WordPress Development by Interviewing 15 of the Best WordPress Developers.
At the September 2015 East Bay WP Meetup, we discussed three popular WordPress Security plugins: iThemes Security, Wordfence, and All in One WordPress Security and Firewall.
The East Bay WordPress Meetup held its first WordPress Contributor Day on August 23, 2015. It was a great success and we plan to do it again every year.
The focus of the July 2015 meetup was Modern Tribe’s plugin The Events Calendar and its companions, Events Calendar Pro, Community Events, Facebook Events, and Tickets/Eventbrite Tickets.
Database expert Sonja London walked us through the WordPress database–and some tools to help you work with it–in June 2015.
What can you do with Advanced Custom Fields Pro? Some pretty amazing things. It’s a tool for developers that makes content entry easier for users.
Here are the links I found while preparing for the April 2015 Meetup on Advanced Custom Fields and ACF Pro.