WordPress.tv is continuing to crank out great presentations from all over the web and even more specifically from a number of the great WordCamps that have been completed in the last few weeks.
There have been a handful of new presentations that you might want to check out – we’ve provided them here for quick viewing as well as their slides.
Cody Landefeld: WordPress Design for the Real World
Understanding how to think forward about user experience and how to continue to shape the present and future of the web through WordPress.
Ruth Carter: Legal Side of Blogging
As a blogger, Ruth Carter has learnt that most of the mistakes people make with their blogs are misstatements or inadvertent mistakes. Unfortunately, these mistakes can be costly if it results in a lawsuit. She explains the most common mistakes people make with their blogs and give them these 10 questions that they can review before they publish any post to help them stay out of trouble.
Taylor Dewey: Child Themes, Hooks and Filters
Tiffany France: Import, Export, Migrate
Import, Export and Migrate your WordPress Blog. Tiffany shows step by step process on how you can export your old blog, can be any other platforms than WordPress and import that to your new WordPress blog.
Dre Armeda: How Anyone Can Hack Your WordPress Site In Less Than 5 Minutes and What You Can Do…
Ever wonder if your WordPress site, your visitors, or business is safe on the internet? This session by Dre Armeda will show a demo on how quickly your site can be hacked, and your reputation put on the line. Dre will cover various scenarios that can affect your website like Pharma Hack, SEO Poisoning, and malicious redirects. He will then aid you by providing some tips to help reduce risk now and forever. Information Security is everyone’s responsibility, and should be a consideration on any web project, beginning to end.
John Gough: Conversion Optimization in WordPress
Not every site needs a redesign, but every site can benefit from some careful observation and reaction to users. This session would introduce the idea of Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO), give examples of it’s usefulness, and provide some getting started tips. The topic is an essential element of effective ongoing site marketing: people think about optimizing their sites for the search engines… how about the users?
Brad Parbs: Intro to Responsive Design
Attendees will learn the basic history of web design, what Responsive Design is, why you should care, how you can get started using it, and some great tips for anyone who uses WordPress. People will be inspired to make their sites responsive, as well realizing it is quite simple and easy to do so.