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157 Views Fellyph Cintra, James Osborne: AMP Workshop
This one hour workshop explains why AMP is an interesting option for creating web applications. It includes some practical examples for learning more about how to use AMP.
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:45 Posted by : peter88
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100 Views Ivan Yordanov: Getting More Done in Less Time – Introducing WP Automation Using Ansible
Use Ansible for task automation to manage WordPress sites. This includes automating plugin and theme updates/installs/uninstalls; deployments, manipulating files, and running WP-CLI.
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:44 Posted by : peter88
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77 Views David Wolfpaw: Let’s Build Our First Plugin!
If you’ve ever wanted to build your own plugin for WordPress, this is the session for you. We’re going to start from scratch and work our way up. First, we’ll take a look at the basic requirements of a plugin. Next we’ll take our example plugin idea and break it into the various components and steps that we’ll need. We’ll code up the plugin together and install it on our sites, debugging any problems that arise. Finally, we’ll look at ways that we could further extend our plugin. This tutorial assumes some HTML and CSS knowledge, but you don’t already need to be familiar with writing PHP or JavaScript.
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:41 Posted by : peter88
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70 Views Mauricio Dinarte: Understanding React.js
React.js has become one of the top players in the JavaScript libraries world. WordPress has rebuilt its WYSIWYG editor using React. Drupal has recently adopted the library to create admin interfaces. This session aims to explain the basic concepts of React outside of the context of any particular CMS implementation. Many examples will be presented to help you understand it and why it is so powerful. Full presentation slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L71658TjDp9epjAYuYZhYTfp1sZg1GgR/view?usp=sharing
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:39 Posted by : peter88
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69 Views Meeky Hwang: Optimize SEO with Serverless Sitemaps
Sitemaps are the key ingredients for the site SEO optimization. There are many plugins to generate sitemaps but for enterprise level sites with massive content these plugins do not work as intended; as they are designed to dynamically generate the sitemaps on a fly. Serverless sitemaps alleviate these issues. In this talk I will go over how the serverless sitemaps work. The Pitch I’ve taken over support for sites with over 10,000 articles, galleries, videos, and other content types. The sitemaps generated by the community plugins have various issues including, slow sitemaps generation, no cleanups, incorrectly handling the specific types of content such as media, and more. The Focus I will go over how the serverless sitemap works and underlying logic on how it’s built as well as how the serverless sitemaps fixes the issues with the legacy sitemaps. Full presentation slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1alE_ND6f2nxENLyPI4Vxy7NlANAP4rYo/view?usp=sharing
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:37 Posted by : peter88
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65 Views Akshat Choudhary: An Analysis of 100+ Hacked Sites
In this talk, I will be sharing the best strategies to secure a site based on my analysis of 100+ hacked sites. I’d give the audience a walkthrough of the logs of the hacked sites and decode the weak points and the method used to hack the sites. I will then explain the different ways one can protect a WordPress site from hacks. This would range from using existing firewall and security plugins to adding custom rules on the backend. WordPress Security at its very core is constantly evolving. As hackers constantly find new ways to exploit, it’s imperative to stay dynamic and be prepared for the worst. I believe that understanding how hackers are hacking a site can go a long way in protecting it. Over the last 10 years, I’ve dealt with more than 200,000 hacked sites. I’d like to use my learning from them to push people to identify their site’s weak points and hopefully be a catalyst to them taking security more seriously.
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:35 Posted by : peter88
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67 Views Micah Wood: Email Security
In this talk, we’ll discuss the importance of the SPF, DKIM, and DMARC email security protocols and how to use them to help prevent phishing and spam email. Without these protocols in place, other people may be sending emails under your domain name or even manipulating the content of your emails. Full presentation slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fUsupaMTezYs_DD5ejH5W8vlgzMdubww/view?usp=sharing
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:34 Posted by : peter88
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65 Views Craig West: [Workshop] WordPress REST API – AJAX Forms & SPA Pages (part 3)
Are you creating content that you believe is under-performing? Or are you looking to start a website and aren’t sure what content to create? Regardless of your situation, this session will help you step back and create a content strategy that will ensure you have a purpose and audience in mind for every piece of content you publish. You’ll pick up tips that will help you narrow your content focus, identify your unique content angle, match the language of your prospective customers for SEO, and better understand what content to create and why. Full presentation slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QsnGX2y8dBxydiR83CR5SoZgSc9p7aIY/view?usp=sharing
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:32 Posted by : peter88
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68 Views Craig West: [Workshop] WordPress REST API – AJAX Forms & SPA Pages (part 2)
What is the WP REST API and how can I use it to make forms and pages that don’t need to do be reloaded? In this talk, we will look at what the WP REST API is, how to modify existing ‘endpoint’s as well as creating our own custom endpoints. We will also make a small WP REST API site that carries out GET and POST requests for forms and pages as well as use the WP-Nonce security mechanism. All code files will be available so that you can start to use the WP REST API right away! Full presentation slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QsnGX2y8dBxydiR83CR5SoZgSc9p7aIY/view?usp=sharing
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:31 Posted by : peter88
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70 Views Craig West: [Workshop] WordPress REST API – AJAX Forms & SPA Pages (part 1)
What is the WP REST API and how can I use it to make forms and pages that don’t need to do be reloaded? In this talk, we will look at what the WP REST API is, how to modify existing ‘endpoint’s as well as creating our own custom endpoints. We will also make a small WP REST API site that carries out GET and POST requests for forms and pages as well as use the WP-Nonce security mechanism. All code files will be available so that you can start to use the WP REST API right away! Full presentation slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QsnGX2y8dBxydiR83CR5SoZgSc9p7aIY/view?usp=sharing
Post date : 2020-08-30 14:30 Posted by : peter88
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