A lot of folks have asked me content related questions about the course, but this is the first time I really go in depth about actually building the course, from researching content, to building a team, to picking an LMS, all the plugins I used and several of the snags I hit.
It was really fun to talk about all of this and I share a lot of information. If you’re interested in how things are built and the behind the scenes technologies, I would definitely recommend listening to this episode.
Students may particularly appreciate what has gone into the course.
Big shout out to Otto for his article on Child Themes. I was recently trying to overwrite parent theme functions and came across this article. Scroll down a bit to Overriding Functions to see how it’s done.
I wasn’t able to WordCamp Orange County in 2013, but if I had, I would have enjoyed checking out this cool talk in person. The presenter, Alex Vasquez, does a good job explaining the differences and similarities between frameworks, parent/child themes, and starter themes.