At WordCamp US in early Dec 2017 I set out a goal to release a Gutenberg Development Course by the end of the year. As of writing it is New Years Eve 2017 and I just made it! One of the important functions I learned about while working on the course is registerBlockType, which is used to register … Continue reading Sneak Peak Video from My Gutenberg Development Course – “An Overview of registerBlockType”
I love the folks at ServerPress, who make DesktopServer. So, I was super excited when they approached me to make a marketing video for their latest product: WPSiteSync. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpeiTMbdj_Y This amazing plugin let's you sync portions of content between WordPress sites without having to migrate entire databases. If you have to migrate WP sites between local, … Continue reading Marketing Video for WPSiteSync
Brad Williams has long been considered a leading person on WordPress security. I've had the opportunity to see him speak a number of times and if you haven't, I would really suggest you check out one his latest talks from WordCamp Phoenix. I will be doing an upcoming course on WordPress security for Treehouse and … Continue reading If You Haven’t Seen Brad Williams Speak in Person on WordPress Security, Watch This!
I'm excited to announce the release of our latest Treehouse WordPress course: How to Make Websites with WordPress. We cover all the basics you need to get up and running with WordPress: How to Install WordPress Working with WordPress Themes Customizing WordPress Themes Working with Custom Post Types and Fields Adding Widget Areas Adding Custom … Continue reading Trailer for New Treehouse Course: How to Build Websites with WordPress
Since hearing Brett Bumeter speak at WordCamp Raleigh on the topic, I have a regained interest in drag and drop theme builders. Here is a pretty nerdy/fun video demo of the Ultimatum WordPress theme, which offers a full suite of options.
As someone who worked for Blackboard for a year and has used a number of different LMS at the middle, high school, college, and University level, I liked watching this video from Maria Erb on the topic. In my opinion, using WordPress and Sensei from WooThemes, you can create a a pretty great LMS replacement.
I remember seeing a WordCamp presentation a couple years back about Pods, testing it out, and finding it kind of unstable. I think they've moved way passed that point at this point. Check out this video for Pods 2: UPDATE: This YouTube video has been removed 😦