Here are the slides from my speaker deck on WP Super Cache:
The effort was a collaboration between several of the largest California WordPress Meetup Organizers and respected key Community members, including: Chris Lema who blogs daily at ChrisLema.com, hosts the San Diego (North County) Meetup and helped to organize the last San Diego WordCamp; Jason Tucker of WPMedia.Pro, who live streams and archives the Meetups held at Zeek and created the WPwatercooler show and concept; Continue reading
Original article located at: http://weblog.mediatemple.net/2013/05/27/10-business-growing-ideas-for-10-years-of-wordpress/
Since its release as a blogging platform on May 27, 2003, ten years ago today, the use and applications of WordPress have grown by leaps and bounds, and continues to grow exponentially every year. Before WordPress, advanced functionality programming was difficult, costly, and time-consuming, as well as impossible to manage and maintain. Today, with the contributions of many thousands of different volunteer developers, many really useful plugins are available to transform your WordPress website into an amazing application that can do a myriad of different tasks to help you run and promote your business. In this article, I highlight ten different business-growing ideas that are made easy with the magic of the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) and the extensibility that is provided by plugins. Continue reading
Last Tuesday was the So Cal WordPress User’s group meetup in Chinatown. The night’s format featured four speakers, all of which would explain a different way to migrate WordPress.
Migrating Self-hosted WordPress by Suzette Franck, (mt) Media Temple
I covered Migrating Self-hosted to Self-hosted WordPress and I explained how to do a manual PHPMYAdmin dump and then a search and replace as well as how to use the WP Migrate DB Pro plugin. I also explained how to do thorough testing by changing the hosts file on your local computer before making DNS changes. This deck is all new content that I created specifically for this presentation and can be found below:
This OCWP Developer meetup was chockful of great developer topics, pizza, and beer. What more could anyone want? Below is a breakdown of the presentation, but since Jason Tucker of Tucker.pro is awesome, he records the meetups, you may view the video above:
- Adding Source Control to your Life was presented by Mark Kelnar.
- Gravity Forms Saved Forms Add-on was presented by Steve Zehngut. Gravity Forms Saved Forms Add-on for WordPress lets logged-in users save forms for later. Useful for long forms, etc.
- WP All Import by Louis Reingold of SoFlyy.com, the creator of this awesome plugin, and currently developing an extension for WooCommerce that will import large amounts of products into WordPress.