I gave this talk at the Boston WordPress meetup about debugging in WordPress. It’s meant to be an introduction for non-programmers to help decipher and solve issues or errors in…
Ready! Filter! Action!
This talk given at WordCamp Boston 2016 on July 23, 2016. One of the most powerful (and proper) ways to modify WordPress core, themes, or plugins is through the use of action and filter hooks. Come learn what these hooks are, how to find them, and how to use them effectively to alter the default behavior of WordPress core, themes, and plugins to make them do our bidding.
Using CSS to update your WordPress website
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a language used to control the look and feel of your website. This powerful tool controls the spacing, coloring, fonts, and decorative elements (such as…
Basics of Building a Gutenberg Block
Securing your Website with SSL
Best Practices for Security & Backups in WordPress
“Code is Poetry” Rap
The Way to Theme Enlightenment
Slides from my talk entitled “The Way to Theme Enlightenment” Stepping into theme development can be daunting. Sure anyone with a little PHP skill and a basic understanding of the…
Level Up! Taking your WordPress Code up a Notch
Below are the slides for my talk entitled “Level Up! Taking your WordPress Code up a Notch” given at Boston WordCamp 2017. You can also access the slides directly.