7485 readersBoth Andrea & I will be speaking at WordCamp Montreal. Andrea & I have had a fantastic time at every WordCamp we have attended and we enjoy meeting other people who use WordPress. If you have never been to one, this will be a great one for you to attend. Whatever you are doing with
4913 readersIt’s been summer for about a week now. Whether you’re on vacation or burning the midnight oil, attending a local/nearby WordCamp is a great way to spend a weekend. Meet other WordPress users, developers, designers & consultants, learn a little something, maybe share a little of your own experience and knowledge, and break bread (or
4016 readersI forgot to post about Ron & I going to WordCamp Chicago this past weekend, darn it. He’s already posted about his session. The session I spoke about was Domain Mapping on WordPress 3.0 and you can find the slides over here. I have no idea if anyone recorded it, but I was assured by
400 readersLast weekend, Ron and I did a joint session and workshop at WordCamp Toronto. Our first session was a soft intro to multisite highlighting how we got into it, how ti developed, and what we use it for. Then we highlighted how other people use it. You can see the slides below. WordPress and Multisite
4129 readersThe “Everything” package is the Web Designer’s ToolKit - the all-encompassing resource collection including the developer’s license to ALL the themes at iThemes (including iThemes Builder), the developer’s license to ALL the plugins at PluginBuddy - including the best-selling BackupBuddy) and the Premium Annual License at WebDesign.com. This huge 44% discount is the best deal of
2038 readersIn honor of Cinco de Mayo, WebDesign.com is hosting a free webinar on May 5 to talk about the five most important plugins every WordPress user should be using. WebDesign.com instructor Benjamin Bradley, who just completed teaching the Advanced WordPress Developers course, will be sharing his insights on what plugins are a must. FREE! Cinco de WordPress Wednesday,
5065 readersWhen you created a network of multiple sites in WordPress 3.0, you (the main blog admin) because a Super Admin with all kinds of fun powers. In some situations, you may desire to have additional Super Admins who can do things like install plugins & themes, perform upgrades, and manage global users and sites. If
8403 readersWordCamp San Francisco 2012 is set for August 4 this year at the Mission Bay Conference Center. A developer hack day is scheduled for August 5th, and a survey looking for the best WordCamp speakers is open for recommendations. I know it’s me, but who’s counting. Honestly, if you have attended a WordCamp in the
4644 readersRyan had the idea, I mused aloud it seemed like it made sense to me, and coming up in the next version of WordPress, everyone who has set up multisite will have the Super admin menu shuffled off into its own area called Network Admin. In terms of usability, this makes more sense than just
16846 readersThe development version of Domain Mapping is ready for testing with installs where WordPress is installed in its own folder. The development version also has a number of warnings fixed in it. The required WP version has been updated to 3.1. The development version above has had no feature changes. © Ron for WordPress "Must-Use" Tutorials, 2013.
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