April 29, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Cleaner themes - A Persil.co.uk Case Study
by Adam Onishi (@onishiweb)
Persil may say “Dirt is Good”, but when it comes to WordPress themes you want to make sure they're as clean as possible, especially when you're building a global network of websites for one of the world's leading washing detergent brands. This case study will take a close look inside the theme and front end code powering the Persil.co.uk website and it's international counterparts.
Using WordPress Multisite, some select plugins, parent and child theming, as well as custom plugins, Sass, and Compass we were able to tackle problems such as: internationalisation, complex page content, and lots of Ajax interactivity. All the while making sure the sites would be easily updatable and extensible by the local content teams, good for SEO, and easily customised for each market.
Handling User Generated Content
by Graham Armfield (@coolfields)
Getting lots of content into a site can increase the scope of the site, user engagement, and maybe ad revenue too. So why not get your visitors to add content for you? This brief talk shows how you can do that without giving everyone a login to the admin area.
Use WordPress To Find Clients
by Robert Cubbon
by Duncan Stuart
The recent HeartBleed vulnerability has brought web security into the mainstream news recently. This talk will cover some aspects of web security from a WordPress perspective and talk about some things you can do to make your sites more secure.