The March 2015 East Bay WordPress Meetup focused on premium plugins, with several demos. We could have spent at least another hour doing and watching demos of premium plugins.
This month, when we did our introductions, we asked everyone to mention a few favorite premium plugins. Here is the list we compiled, complete with links.
Lisa LaMagna shares content development strategies for building websites that support the client’s business goals. Q & A ranges over event management, searchable PDFs, setting expires, and email marketing. Plus, the Oasis Workflow plugin for editorial oversight on multi-author sites.
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 The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.Slides: Onboarding New Clients and Setting Expectations Jennifer wrote a great post about her talk, including all her slides and her talking points, and saving me the need to do so. […]
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 The content in this post is more than a year old and may no longer represent best practices.We had some great demos at our “Show Off Your WordPress Site” meetup this year. Here are the screenshots, links, and some notes on the themes and plugins that make the […]
We looked at 3 WordPress LMS plugins (LearnDash, CoursePress, and Sensei) and compared them to dedicated LMS tools like Moodle and Sakai.
Drag-and-drop themes have come a long way since we last examined them in August 2013! Divi, Make, Ultimatum, and Headway each have interesting features. And for those who want to stick with their preferred frameworks, there are the Pixgridder Pro and Visual Composer plugins.
Extensive notes on Lou Anne’s presentation are in the “Slides” post; these are notes about the rest of the discussion. Meetup members asked about post thumbnail galleries, marking external links “nofollow,” and more.
Slides and notes from Lou Anne McKeefery’s June 20th presentation on SEO for WordPress websites.
Notes and links about Go Daddy Managed WordPress Hosting, WordPress SEO by Yoast, Google Authorship, Webmaster Tools tricks, anonymous searching, and more.