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14 Views Toni Livesey: One of the Hidden Gems of WooCommerce – Stock Management
My presentation is for beginners of WooCommerce – the importance of setting up stock management in their WooCommerce Shops & the different ways to do this and will include setting up stock quantity control for individual products and variations of their products such as sizes, shapes, colours etc. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/one-of-the-hidden-gems-of-woocommerce-stock-management/
Post date : 2019-10-22 20:41 Posted by : peter88
14 Views Rua Haszard Morris: Cool stuff inside Gutenberg: build the perfect UI with @wordpress/components
A brief dive into the component library built into WordPress / Gutenberg. I’ll use a little demo plugin to demonstrate how useful these components are, and how you can use them to build the perfect authoring interface for your custom content, and more. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/custom-interactivity-with-gutenberg-components/
Post date : 2019-10-23 11:56 Posted by : peter88
13 Views Korryn Haines: How WordPress can Ease your Business Admin by Using 4 Zones of Power
Most business owners are using WordPress websites but have no idea of its potential power. More than a mere vessel where you display what you do to the online world, a well planned and set out WordPress site can help you put business processes in place that will save you tonnes of wasted time on admin. I’ve seen it time and time again. As a Virtual Assistant, I constantly refer clients to website developers and become heavily involved in the process, helping them set up back of house systems to make their business life that little bit smoother. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/how-wordpress-can-ease-your-business-admin-by-using-4-zones-of-power/
Post date : 2019-10-22 20:27 Posted by : peter88
12 Views Phillip Johnson: WordPress, GatsbyJS and Splendour in the Grass
This talk will look at the benefits and challenges of using headless WordPress with ReactJS + GatsbyJS. We will dive into 3 areas of the site development, frontend development, backend development and the end user. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/wordpress-gatsbyjs-and-splendour-in-the-grass/
Post date : 2019-10-22 19:08 Posted by : peter88
11 Views Marthie Talu: Why is Website Maintenance so Important
Marthie will discuss with the audience the top reasons why it is so important to perform maintenance on your website. Whether you do it yourself and you pay someone to do it for you. This is one of the most neglected areas of a website, and just like a car, it requires regular maintenance otherwise it will break down and get viruses etc and cause your business to halt. Prevention has always been better than cure. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/why-is-website-maintenance-so-important/
Post date : 2019-10-22 20:39 Posted by : peter88
11 Views Wil Brown: Generating Leads, Getting Clients and Winning Proposals
You can’t run a business using WordPress if you don’t have a handle on generating qualified leads. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/generating-leads-getting-clients-and-winning-proposals/
Post date : 2019-10-22 20:28 Posted by : peter88
11 Views Cameron Jones: Introduction To Plugin Development
Have you ever wanted to build your own plugin? Or maybe you’re just curious as to how plugins work? We’ll take a look at some popular plugins, learn the WordPress hook system, then walk through building your first custom WordPress plugin from scratch. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/introduction-to-plugin-development/
Post date : 2019-10-22 18:55 Posted by : peter88
11 Views Robert Li: How to create a lean mean lead generating machine using marketing automation and WordPress
WordPress now accounts for over 33% of the web, and so any serious martech SaaS needs to integrate with it. This means there are now 50,000+ plugins to choose from to do practically anything, with WordPress acting as the ultimate integration hub. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/how-to-create-a-lean-mean-lead-generating-machine-using-marketing-automation-and-wordpress/
Post date : 2019-10-22 18:57 Posted by : peter88
11 Views Georgia Mountford: Building a Hybrid JavaScript app for WordPress
At the end of 2018, we launched a custom eLearning platform that is built on the WordPress backend and experienced through our ReactJS frontend. In this talk, I would like to discuss why we chose the hybrid approach and how it’s a viable option for designers/developers looking to modernise their WordPress sites incrementally. I will share the technical challenges we faced throughout the project, including how we overcame them, and what we intend to do next with our web app. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/building-a-hybrid-javascript-app-for-wordpress-how-why-we-embedded-our-spa-without-going-completely-headless/
Post date : 2019-10-23 11:53 Posted by : peter88
10 Views Luke Carbis: Blocks for Beginners
So by now you’ve had a chance to check out the new WordPress editor. You’ve created some posts using Paragraph Blocks, experimented with the Image Block, and maybe installed a plugin that adds some brand new Blocks. Now it’s time to create your very own Custom Blocks. It’s easier than you might think. Using just a little basic HTML, CSS, and a simple helper plugin – Block Lab, we’ll create our very own Hero Block. https://2019.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/blocks-for-beginners/
Post date : 2019-10-22 20:34 Posted by : peter88
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